On this day of turkey and pie, JAXenter takes a moment to think about the things in Java Land that make our jobs great.
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Continuing our new series, we chat to jClarity’s CEO Ben Evans about their nine month-old startup devoted to helping Java technologists get the performance tools they deserve.
As London Java Community and CloudBees assume their role on the JCP EC, Java EE/SE and ME join forces
London Java Community co-leader Martijn Verburg talks to Java Magazin Editor Claudia Fröhling about jClarity, the changes in the JCP and just Java.
London Java Community are re-elected, while PaaS provider CloudBees picks up the second open seat.
On the first stop of his European road tour, Chin dropped by the London Java Community to show off JavaFX running on a Raspberry Pi.
As the JCP undergoes renovation, theres seats to be filled in this years election. We talked to the runners and riders.
As well as the big-name keynotes, there were tens of other sessions going on during the first day of JAX London.
With JAX London just around the corner, we caught up with the Keynoters. Our second chat is with Java performance masters Kirk Pepperdine and the Diabolic Developer, Martijn Verburg.
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London Java Community founder Barry Cranford talks about setting up the Graduate Developer Community, trying to instill change within the current developer job market by recruiting mentors for graduates
JSR 357 – Social Media API proposed by Werner Keil isn’t approved by JCP after raising concerns over scope of project. Java isn’t jumping on a standardised social media bandwagon yet.
John Stevenson reflects on the year that was for the Java community – focusing on the rise of certain languages, the best events and conferences of the year and his own personal highlights.
The co-leader of the London Java Community and general open source aficionado offers his thoughts for the year ahead