Vaadin Community Survey Confirms Java EE Used More Broadly Than Alternatives

For those unaware, Vaadin is a popular GWT based RIA Java web framework. You may also be surprised that the Vaadin community is 150,000+ strong. To better understand this community the Vaadin folks fairly recently ran a survey. One of the things the Vaadin folks wanted to know is how often Java EE is used comparedContinue reading “Vaadin Community Survey Confirms Java EE Used More Broadly Than Alternatives”

Java EE Security Early Draft Review Starts Now!

The Java EE Security API 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. Java EE security is one of the most anticipated changes in Java EE 8. This is the caseContinue reading “Java EE Security Early Draft Review Starts Now!”

DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: Standards and Innovation

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: Standards and Innovation”

DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: Security

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: Security”

Java EE Adoption Story from Armen Arzumanyan

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. Armen Arzumanyan recently agreed to share his JavaContinue reading “Java EE Adoption Story from Armen Arzumanyan”

New Java Community Process (JCP) Membership Types and What They Mean

Last year the Java Community Process (JCP) introduced a couple of pretty important new membership types. Ever since Java EE 5 the community has played a larger and larger role certainly in shaping Java EE standards and these new membership types are important enablers in the same direction. In this post I’ll explain the newContinue reading “New Java Community Process (JCP) Membership Types and What They Mean”

DZone/Java EE Guardians Survey Results: Java SE 8 Alignment

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: Java SE 8 Alignment”

Morocco’s First Open Source ERP Uses Java EE 7!

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 at Zeef (Zeef is also written with Java EE).Continue reading “Morocco’s First Open Source ERP Uses Java EE 7!”

RebelLabs Survey Shows Java EE Still Dominant, Solid Java EE 7 Adoption

The RebelLabs Developer Productivity survey is one of the most important ones in the Java ecosystem. It is widely circulated and generally tends to have the most data points. The survey has always asked about Java EE as well as Java SE adoption. The results in the 2016 survey look encouraging for Java EE generally andContinue reading “RebelLabs Survey Shows Java EE Still Dominant, Solid Java EE 7 Adoption”