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Monday, Jun 4, 2018
The first issue of the Jakarta EE quarterly newsletter has been published. Read it now!
Monday, May 28, 2018
Last September Oracle announced, with the support of IBM and Red Hat, that Java EE was going to move to the Eclipse Foundation.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Meet the community at the Unconference and take in the talks on Jakarta EE, MicroServices, Microprofile and EE4J, June 11-13 in Toulouse.
Tuesday, Apr 24, 2018
Future evolution of Java EE, Jakarta EE stack moves to the Eclipse Foundation.
The Eclipse Foundation conducts largest survey to date of Java community on key priorities for future releases of Jakarta EE.
Friday, Jun 22, 2018
One of the most interesting concepts that made Java EE (and Java) appealing for the enterprise is its great backward compatibility, ensuring that years of investment in R&D could be reused in future developments.
Monday, Jun 18, 2018
Take a look at what more than a dozen executives have to say about the Java ecosystem and what’s on the horizon.
Let’s take a look at some suggested design principles that some feel Jakarta EE should follow. What suggestions do you have?
Monday, Jun 11, 2018
In this Lightbend Podcast, we sit down with our CEO, Mark Brewer, to discuss what joining the Eclipse Foundation as a founding member of the Jakarta EE Working Group means for bringing Reactive closer to the traditional Java enterprise landscape.
Friday, Jun 8, 2018
Why I stopped worrying and learned to love changes in governance and branding.
So much has happened in the enterprise Java space over the past few months that it kind of boggles the mind.
Oracle recently freed J2EE, aka Java EE. Now known as Jakarta EE, enterprise Java’s new manager the Eclipse Foundation is revealing its plans for the popular middleware platform.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Although a big part of this is the brand change from Java EE to Jakarta EE as well as a new technical direction (i.e. cloud-native and microservices) the most important change will be the move from a proprietary Java EE to fully open source Jakarta EE platform.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
There has been a recent flurry of EE4J activity as the Eclipse Foundation is positioning Jakarta EE as the new home for cloud native Java.
The Eclipse Foundation outlines the 39 projects that will make up the new cloud-native, microservices-friendly enterprise Java effort, and how GlassFish will evolve.
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