friday, august 03, 2018
Since it’s creation, MicroProfile has gained a lot of traction and produced a variety of specifications.
Originally, it was created to advance enterprise Java for a microservice world, with faster progress, driven by multiple vendors.
Now, with Java EE being transformed to Jakarta EE under the Eclipse Foundation, how does MicroProfile reasonably fit into the picture within the Enterprise Java universe?
monday, july 30, 2018
Jakarta EE is currently being formed under the Eclipse Foundation.
In order to align the future development, directions, and marketing to the industry, many claim that it’s crucial for the Jakarta EE community to share a common vision or mission statement that the technology will follow.
friday, july 06, 2018
I’ve recorded a video how to make Java EE applications more resilient using MicroProfile Fault Tolerance.
wednesday, july 04, 2018
I’ve recorded a video how to apply bulkheads and backpressure to Java EE applications using asynchronous JAX-RS resources and Adam Bien’s Porcupine library.
monday, june 25, 2018
I recorded a video about how to improve your productivity on the Unix command line.
sunday, june 24, 2018
The zsh shell, such as many others, supports aliases to minimize the amount of typing required.
Beside simple command aliases, zsh comes with a multitude of extended alias features.
saturday, june 09, 2018
Jakarta EE is slowly emerging, and with it future enterprise specifications.
In order to align the different standards and technology that are about to be formed it might be valuable that the Enterprise Java community agrees upon design principles for Jakarta EE specifications.
tuesday, may 01, 2018
This year Steve Chin and myself will go on our third edition of a developer engagement motorcycle tour in Japan.
Maybe you remember the wrap-up video that was shown on last year’s JavaOne conference:
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