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Jakarta EE interview series: Meet Josh Juneau

Understanding Jakarta EE: “The platform needs to evolve more dynamically than it had done in the past”

Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? This interview series is meant to help you navigate through all the changes and understand where it’s headed, as well as how Jakarta EE plans to become the new home of cloud-native Java. Our third guest is Java Champion Josh Juneau. Let’s dive deeper into the Jakarta EE universe!

Jakarta EE interview series: Meet Markus Eisele

Understanding Jakarta EE: “I strongly believe there is a lot to do to make Jakarta EE ready for the future”

Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? This interview series is meant to help you navigate through all the changes and understand where it’s headed, as well as how Jakarta EE plans to become the new home of cloud-native Java. Our second guest is Markus Eisele, Java Champion and Head of Developer Advocacy at Lightbend. Let’s dive deeper into the Jakarta EE universe!

Clear skies ahead for Jakarta EE

Proprietary to open: A sea change for Jakarta EE

Enterprise Java is undergoing the biggest change in the 20-year history of the platform. In this article, Richard Monson-Haefel explores why the change from Oracle to Eclipse will make a massive difference for Jakarta EE.

Jakarta EE interview series: Meet David Heffelfinger

Understanding Jakarta EE: “I wouldn’t like to see Jakarta EE tied to any specific container orchestration tool”

Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? This interview series is meant to help you navigate through all the changes and understand where it’s headed, as well as how Jakarta EE plans to become the new home of cloud-native Java. Our first guest is Jakarta EE consultant and instructor David Heffelfinger. Let’s dive deeper into the Jakarta EE universe!

Onwards and upwards!

Jakarta EE: No turning back

Jakarta EE is forging a new path forwards for enterprise Java. In this opinion piece, Cesar Saavedra explains why Jakarta EE is a breath of fresh air for enterprise Java.

Transfers take a lot of time

Jakarta EE challenges

What are the current and future challenges of Jakarta EE? In this article, Dmitry Kornilov explains why making sure everything transfers over to the Eclipse Foundation is taking a lot longer than you’d think.

A platform is greater than the sum of its parts

Jakarta EE: The new home for enterprise Java

Jakarta EE is the new name for the overall platform comprised initially of the Java EE technologies that are being contributed to the Eclipse Foundation. Today, Ian Robinson explains why Java EE has moved to the Eclipse Foundation and where it’s going from here.

Making our list, checking it twice

What’s definitely in Jakarta EE?

Confused about what’s going on with Jakarta EE? We take a look at what’s going on now that it’s hanging out at the Eclipse Foundation. Here’s what we know so far.

Keeping track of Jakarta EE

Jakarta EE progress to date

What is Jakarta EE? Why has it moved to the Eclipse Foundation? What has been the progress to date? Mike Milinkovich answers all these questions and more in this progress report for Jakarta EE.

Quick-fire interview round

5 minutes with the PMC Lead of EE4J

What is Jakarta EE? What does it mean for a project to go open source like Java EE? In this interview, Ivar Grimstad, the PMC Lead of EE4J, gave us five minutes of his time to tell us about EE4J and Jakarta EE.

Interview with Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation

“By tying Jakarta EE to cloud-native and microservices, we have an opportunity to make the technology relevant to today’s cloud-first world”

A lot is going on in the Jakarta EE universe at the moment: there’s a new website, new logo and a new (cloud-native) future. JAXenter editor Dominik Mohilo talked with Mike Milinkovich, the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation about Jakarta EE’s goals and roadmap and got a sneak peek into this technology’s new life.

I volunteer as tribute

Jakarta EE is looking for a few good people

Java EE may be gone, but Jakarta EE is just getting started. And part of that is filling all those vacant seats on various steering committees. Do you have what it takes to become a leading voice for Jakarta EE? Nominations are now open!