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!”

DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: JSON

As some of you are aware, the Java EE Guardians and DZone jointly conducted a community survey to help determine Java EE 8 features prior to JavaOne 2016. You may also be aware that we shared the results of that survey with Oracle before the details of the renewed Java EE 8 scope was announced.Continue reading “DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: JSON”

Java EE Adoption Story from Luqman Saeed

One of the most important things to do at this stage of the life-cycle of Java EE is highlight successful adoption stories at a regular cadence. The community has been doing just that for a long time including at JavaOne. A number of these stories are curated here. Luqman Saeed recently agreed to share his JavaContinue reading “Java EE Adoption Story from Luqman Saeed”

DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: Microservices

As some of you are aware, the Java EE Guardians and DZone jointly conducted a community survey to help determine Java EE 8 features prior to JavaOne 2016. You may also be aware that we shared the results of that survey with Oracle before the details of the renewed Java EE 8 scope was announced. Now is a greatContinue reading “DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: Microservices”

JAX-RS 2.1 Early Draft Review Starts Now!

JAX-RS 2.1 just posted it’s first early draft review. Because of the now accelerated Java EE 8 schedule, the rest of the steps towards finalization of the specification is going to happen very quickly. As the release versioning indicates, this is a relatively minor JAX-RS release. However there are a few very important changes inContinue reading “JAX-RS 2.1 Early Draft Review Starts Now!”