A lot has happened lately in the Eclipse MicroProfile world: they revamped the logo, released 1.2 and welcomed Oracle to its community. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc caught up with Graham Charters and Katherine Stanley at JAX London 2017 to talk about the benefits Java EE brings to a microservices architecture, Java EE 8 and the future of both EE4J and Eclipse MicroProfile.
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Oracle will increase the release cadence of Java SE to every six months. However, it seems that the six-month cadence will impact more than just Oracle’s plans. JAXenter editor Hartmut Schlosser talked with Stephen Colebourne about all this and more.
There’s a definite chill in the air as the days grow shorter and shorter. October is over, so let’s check in and see what happened. Last month, we read everything there is to read on Angular in anticipation of the release of 5.0. Also, the latest JDK 9 news, code repositories, and more!
Oracle has proposed to increase the release cadence of Java SE to every six months and indicated they will begin distributing builds of OpenJDK under the GPLv2+CPE license. However, the six-month cadence will impact more than just Oracle’s plans. JAXenter editor Gabriela Motroc talked with Daniel Bryant about all this and more.
WildFly 11 is now available for download. Read on to find out more about its features and how to take advantage of them.
Open source skills are a boost for career prospects — if you don’t believe it, it’s time to bring out the big guns. We invited the Eclipse Foundation, The Apache Software Foundation, Cloud Foundry, Red Hat, Hyperledger and more to show you why open source is important. Open the magazine and allow their passion to “infect” you.
Java SE 9 was released almost a month ago and we already have Java 9 support in Eclipse Oxygen, Spring Framework 5.0, IntelliJ IDEA and more. Now Gradle has joined the club. Let’s see what this means.
Come and see: DevOpsCon will take place in Munich from November 20th – 23rd. Get your tickets now to the conference for continuous delivery, microservices, Docker, cloud computing, lean business, and more. Save up to € 375 and get a free Raspberry Pi if you buy your tickets now!
Oxygen.1a update release is now available for download. The most noteworthy things available in the Oxygen.1a are definitely the Java 9 and JUnit 5 support. If you want to know more about the IDE improvements, you’re in luck: Holger Voormann has created a video to help you navigate easily through all the changes.
JAX London 2017 started with a bang yesterday. But if you couldn’t come to the conference, we’ve got you covered on what happened! Here’s our wrap-up report from JAX London 2017. We’ve got the details on keynotes, sessions, and more!
You voted, we listened. The winners of the JAX Innovation Awards 2017 have been announced this evening at the JAX London conference. So, let’s take a look at the celebration of this year’s winners!
Fall is in full swing with leaves changing colors and crackling delightfully underfoot. Now it’s time to check in with what’s going on in the Java world. What did we read in September? Turns out, we were very interested in the long-awaited Java 9 release, energy-efficient programming languages, and the latest Angular updates.
This release is *not* about introducing new features — instead, its aim is to strengthen existing ones. In short, Kubernetes 1.8 “represents a snapshot of many exciting enhancements and refinements underway.” Let’s see some of the highlights.
In this presentation, JAX London speaker Monica Beckwith talks about GC Performance Engineering while providing GC facts and examples. She also discusses various OpenJDK HotSpot GC algorithms and provides advice on this topic.