JAXMag is Now Java Tech Journal!
After six successful issues covering everything from Eclipse Helios, to Build Tools and Scala, the JAXmag PDF magazine is undergoing a name-change, and we are proud to introduce Java Tech Journal! The free, PDF version can still be downloaded from JAXenter.com, but iPad fans can also get all the latest technical tutorials, developer experience stories, and tips and tricks on all the hot technologies, delivered straight to their iPad, with our Java Tech Journal app. The app comes with handy functions, such as bookmarks, global search and a zoom function, and users have the option of cherry-picking which issues of Java Tech Journal they wish to download. Each issue is priced at 99¢. The Java Tech Journal app can be downloaded now, and users can even check out a demo issue for free!
The latest issue of the new-look Java Tech Journal is a follow-up to last month's Java EE 6 issue, which looked at in-container testing for Java EE, Java EE 6 compatible web profile servers and JAX-RS. But, Java EE 6 was such a big step forward for the platform, that there's still plenty to cover! In this issue we deep dive into CDI and web profile, and take developers to the bleeding edge with a case study that experiments with merging Scala and CDI using SBT. And, with GlassFish getting its first major update since the Oracle acquisition, we see how the release stands up to the community roadmap presented by Oracle in March, 2010.
If our two Java EE 6 issues have left you wanting more info on Enterprise Java, be sure to come along to JAX San Jose in June, where Oracle's Arun Gupta will moderate TWO days dedicated to the Java EE platform.