A roundup of the action at JAX 2014, which took place in Mainz, Germany last week, with over 200 speakers and 2000 attendees enjoying a full week of Java, IoT, JVM, Eclipse, and methodology based talks.
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Vaadin just released version 7.2 of their web framework at JAX 2014. We had a chance to talk to Ville Ingman about the new release and the challenge to choose the right web framework for each use case. Filmed at JAX 2014 in Mainz, Germany.
Donald Rumsfeld was right: it’s the unknown unknowns that are the real killers in software development.
An insight into the Frege Language – a project attempting to bridge a lingering gap among JVM languages by providing a type-safe, purely functional programming language.
Xtend is the successor to the Xpand template language, which was a great choice for developing code generators. Although Xtend is not just a template language for code generation it is extremely well suited to the task. In this session, you will learn about the advantages and cool features that make Xtend a great language for building a continuously running, extensible and maintainable code generator. Filmed at JAX 2013.
Featuring a host of luminaries from open tech and the Javasphere, JAX London is back with a bang – dont miss out on our limited offer to save on Blind Bird tickets!
HTTP and reverse proxy server used by over 15% of all sites undergoes a series of SSL updates, as well as a few network protocol tweaks.
Updates pivoted towards Oracle’s platform update, along with a series of feature tweaks.
Continuous Delivery – continuous roll-out of software – is the buzzy topic du jour. Big companies as well as start-ups understand that customers expect services with continuously improved functionality. The question is though: Where and how do we start? This talk by Andrew Phillips discusses basic requirements for Continuous Delivery and presents a step-by-step action plan to help structure and convoy your Continuous Delivery, preparation and implementation. That includes the building of a deployment pipeline, structure of a application package as well as automated deployments, application tests and more. Filmed at JAX 2013, Mainz.
Project Jigsaw AIMS to create a simple, friendly and scalable standard module system for the Java platform. This session by Paul Sandoz explains its key goals and design principles, shows its application to the Java platform, and demonstrates how you can use it to create your own modular libraries and applications. Filmed at JAX 2013, Mainz.
Faster and more compact, this new drop promises to open the door for users who want to tap into the power of Java 8.
Time to douse those internal firewalls and open-source your internal projects – itll make things so much simpler.
With final community survey results all in, Java EE 8 blueprint is slowly coming together.
In this talk, filmed at the inaugural Hazelcast User Group London on March 19th, CEO Talip Ozturk and Senior Solutions Architect David Brimley give an exclusive look at what’s on the cards for the open source in-memory data grid providers in 2014.