PHP release cycle

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PHP is a widely-used, open-source scripting language, also known as a server-side scripting language embedded in HTML. This language was originally created in 1994 by Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf, and it is free to download and use. It is a valuable language that is used in managing session tracking, databases, dynamic content, as well as building entire e-commerce sites.
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Microsoft .NET release cycle

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NET is a software development ecosystem and framework created and supported by Microsoft. The goal for creating this framework enables easy engineering of desktop and web applications. This platform has provided an ideal programming ecosystem for most phases of software development. It has also been used for several different application types due to its popular free platform. So, what is .NET release cycle, and how often does it occur? Well, .NET release cycle is a schedule to which a new .NET release framework version is released. This released cycle usually occurs after about every one year unless otherwise stated. The new version may sometimes be released before time if the previous release has a crucial problem that needs to be fixed, thus causing the developers (Microsoft) to release a new minor version outside its roadmap schedule.
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What is PostgreSQL release cycle? How often?

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JPostgreSQL is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) that emphasizes SQL compliance and extensibility. This database is also known as Postgres, and it is this DBMS that relationships between data items are used as the base of organizing and accessing a database.
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What is Java release cycle & how often?

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Java release cycle is a specified time sequence or schedule in which a new Java version is released. Currently, there is six months release cycle which usually occurs in March and September of every year. However, in the past, Java had a 2 or 3-years release cycle where a new Java version would come out. The current release cycle introduced in 2018 has been successful to date, unlike the old release cycle. The release of major versions is currently spread across multiple and regular releases, but the rate of Java development is the same. In fact, the current release cycle features two different types of releases, which includes:
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