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|Please note that PowerMock is mainly intended for people with expert knowledge in unit testing. Putting it in the hands of junior developers may cause more harm than good.|
|* 2018-10-24: PowerMock 2.0.0-RC.1 has been released. Main changes: offical supporting Mockito 2.x and dropping supporting Mockito 1.x. This release also supports Java 9. Other change read in [release notes](https://github.com/powermock/powermock/releases/tag/powermock-2.0.0-RC.1).|
|* 2017-08-12: PowerMock 1.7.1 has been released with one, but significant change: the old API for verifying static mock has been deprecated and a new one has been added. Old API will be removed in version PowerMock 2.0 due to incompatibility with Mockito Public API.|
|* 2017-06-16: PowerMock 1.7.0 has been released with support for Mockito 2 (not only beta versions) and new features such as global `@PowerMockIgnore` as well as bug fixes and other improvements. See [release notes](https://github.com/powermock/powermock/releases/tag/powermock-1.7.0) and [change log](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/powermock/powermock/master/docs/changelog.txt) for details.|
|* 2017-02-03: Johan blogs about how to mock slf4j with PowerMock at his [blog](http://code.haleby.se/2017/02/03/a-case-for-powermock/)|