Friday, Jan 18, 2019
JNoSQL is an Eclipse project which, according to its definition: “is a Java framework that streamlines the integration of Java applications with NoSQL databases. It defines a set of APIs to interact with NoSQL databases and provides a standard implementation for most NoSQL databases.”
Tuesday, Jan 1, 2019
It’s this time of the year again. Time for the yearly summary of conferences, travels, community activities, open source projects, amazing people!
Thursday, Dec 13, 2018
The Eclipse EE4J project has reached a milestone of having all of it’s sub-projects available in Eclipse EE4J github organization with nightly and release builds run under the Eclipse CI environment.
Thursday, Nov 8, 2018
Eclipse will govern the future direction of enterprise Java for developers through the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process, and it pledges vendor-neutral support and IP protection.
Watch the recorded panel discussion from Oracle CodeOne’s 2018 technical session.
Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018
The time has come! The Eclipse Foundation has announced the draft of the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process and invites the community to read it, review it and give feedback.
Thursday, Sep 27, 2018
Java EE is mature technology, but it will continue to evolve in ways that can fit nicely into a microservices architecture.
Monday, Sep 24, 2018
The Enterprise Java platform has been evolving steadily since 1999 when it was first introduced as Java 2, Enterprise Edition. Today, Enterprise Java is being standardized under the Eclipse Foundation with the new brand, Jakarta EE. Jakarta EE picks up where Java EE 8 left off, but the roadmap going forward will be focused on modern innovations such as microservices, modularity, and, now, NoSQL databases.
Friday, Sep 14, 2018
Ondrej Mihalyi (Payara Engineer) will be doing not one, not two, but THREE talks at the upcoming Oracle Code One (recently changed from Java One).
Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018
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 fourth guest is Werner Keil. Let’s dive deeper into the Jakarta EE universe!
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