Monday, Mar 18, 2019
It is March already, and excitement for Jakarta EE is growing. The migration to Jakarta EE is almost complete! In the wake of the successful launch of the Java EE 8-compatible Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 in January, we are keeping our sights set firmly forward.
Monday, Mar 4, 2019
The Jakarta EE Working Group is launching the Jakarta EE Developer Survey for 2019. This is an annual survey that delivers valuable insight into enterprise and cloud native programming languages, platforms, and infrastructure. As always, the results will be shared with everyone. You can find the insights and key findings from the survey we did in 2018.
Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019
Just in time for the Eclipse 5.1 GA release January 29, 2019 , we are happy to announce that our new Jakartablogs.ee blog aggregator is live!
Eclipse Foundation completes migration of 13.5 million lines of code in 95,000 files with full testing of open source TCK and proprietary Oracle TCK
Monday, Jan 28, 2019
Eclipse Foundation reaches a key Jakarta EE milestone with the release of its own GlassFish application server
Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
I am very excited to say that Eclipse GlassFish 5.1-RC1 is now released!
Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018
I am very happy to announce that we are publishing a draft of the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process for community review and feedback
Thursday, Sep 27, 2018
Migrating Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation and Jakarta EE is a process not an event. In the past couple of weeks however, several very important milestones have occurred that deserve to be recognized.
A major milestone was achieved this September 2018! The Jakarta EE TCKs are here and finally open sourced! It was long wished for and waited on by many. But what exactly does that mean?
Tuesday, Sep 18, 2018
A major milestone was achieved yesterday! The GlassFish code from Oracle made its home in the Eclipse Foundation’s Git repositories, starting a new era of Eclipse GlassFish. This is another step in making Jakarta EE a vehicle for innovation in cloud-native application development.
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