Why You Should Attend JakartaOne Livestream!

If you are a server-side Java developer, you should be attending JakartaOne Livestream. As the name implies, it is a virtual conference to cover all things Jakarta EE (in case you weren’t paying attention, Jakarta EE is Java EE transferred to the Eclipse Foundation from Oracle). To boot, the conference is entirely free. It willContinue reading “Why You Should Attend JakartaOne Livestream!”

Help Inform Azure Java EE Migration Guides

The Azure team at Microsoft (myself included) has been strengthening its commitment and outreach to the Java EE community and customers. A few months ago, I ran a study with the community and customers to understand how Java EE developers move to the cloud. One of the interesting findings of the study is that JavaContinue reading “Help Inform Azure Java EE Migration Guides”

TDC Sao Paulo 2018 Trip Report

TDC Brazil/Sao Paulo 2018 was held on July 17-21. For those unaware TDC is the largest conference in Brazil, South America and indeed the entire Southern Hemisphere. I had been to the conference some years ago and this was my second time attending. It is quite remarkable how much the conference has grown. Although theContinue reading “TDC Sao Paulo 2018 Trip Report”

Java2Days Ten Year Anniversary Trip Report

Java2Days was held November 27th-29th in Sofia, Bulgaria. For those unaware, Java2Days is one of the major conferences in the Balkans region. Indeed it may now be one of the most prestigious conferences in Europe. This was a very special year – the conference celebrated its well-earned ten year anniversary. In this blog post I’llContinue reading “Java2Days Ten Year Anniversary Trip Report”

Java EE Adoption Story from Hamed Hatami

One of the most important things to continue to do for Java EE/Jakarta EE is highlight successful adoption stories at a regular cadence. The community has been doing just that for a long time. A number of these stories are curated here. In this vein, Hamed Hatami graciously agreed to share his Java EE adoption story.Continue reading “Java EE Adoption Story from Hamed Hatami”

Does the Spirit of JavaOne Live on Inside Oracle Code One?

In this entry I want to share some high level observations with regards to the renaming of JavaOne to Oracle Code One, mention my accepted sessions at Oracle Code One and highlight important Java EE content at Oracle Code One. Overall ObservationsSome of you may already be aware Oracle has decided to rename JavaOne toContinue reading “Does the Spirit of JavaOne Live on Inside Oracle Code One?”

Using Java EE 7 to Develop Medical Applications in the Czech Republic

One of the most important things to continue to do for Java EE/Jakarta EE is highlight successful adoption stories at a regular cadence. The community has been doing just that for a long time. A number of these stories are curated here. In this vein, Vladimir Herman graciously agreed to share his Java EE adoptionContinue reading “Using Java EE 7 to Develop Medical Applications in the Czech Republic”

Servlet 4 Public Review Starts Now!

Servlet 4 has just posted a public review (this is the last step before the proposed final specification). Servlet 4 is easily one of the most critical components of Java EE 8. The primary aim of Servlet 4 is to bring first-class, core standards based HTTP/2 support to the server-side Java ecosystem. Most of theContinue reading “Servlet 4 Public Review Starts Now!”