A public announcement – organising a top-drawer conference is hard work. Now it falls to you – which sessions do you attend?
Once you’ve made one Hadoop announcement, they then come in droves. Welcome Project Serengeti to ease Hadoop transition and Spring for Apache Hadoop 1.0 M2, bringing in enterprise-looking features
Minor improvements have been made to Spring’s rapid application development tool, mostly towards keeping it up to do with JDK 7.
Gerhard Petracek and Jason Porter tell us about CDI portable extension project Apache Deltaspike, from its inception to its current state on the road towards a first stable version
Pete Muir and Mark Struberg offer us an introduction to CDI: Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE, delving into the history of the two year project and its implementations
Apache Wicket guru Jeremy Thomerson takes us on a tour of component-oriented Java UI web framework and when best to use it.
A raft of new releases come fresh out of SpringSource for the wider Spring community
Business Intelligence experts Jaspersoft continue open source drive – this time with their linkup with vibrant PaaS Cloud Foundry
Long overdue a makeover, Java Message Service (JSR 343) is getting some serious renovation to bring it up to the level of other features for Java EE 7.
Great news everyone – JAX London is back this October and you can submit your proposals right now…
Heated debate over Java evangelist Arun Gupta’s post ‘Why is Java EE 6 better than Spring’. Whose side do you sit on?
JBoss have been busy. Public betas available for EAP 6, Tools and Developer Studio 5
VMware announce the availability of the entire Spring 3.1 Release Train plus announce some interesting stats too…
This talk from Mik Kersten of Tasktop Technologies will explore connecting enterprise Java stacks with cloud deployment via a task-focused continuous integration loop. The SCM, code review, and Agile ALM technologies, based on the Eclipse Mylyn ALM interoperability platform, will be used to demonstrate how to achieve this new level of connectivity and automation between the team and the application. The talk will conclude with a roadmap of how we can apply these new lessons to define the next decade of enterprise Java productivity.