Jakarta One 2019 Recording now on YouTube

For those who missed to attend the Jakarta One 2019 Livestream: The Eclipse Foundation recorded all sessions and uploaded them separately on their YouTube channel. My session on the current status und future roadmap of Jakarta REST (the technology formerly known as JAX-RS) certainly is found there, too. If you like it, give me a thumbs up! 🙂

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Jakarta One 2019: I’m Speaking!

I’m proud to be one of the first people ever speaking on the brand-new conference “Jakarta One” in 2019. The conference is a free livestream. Attend on September 10 when I’m talking about the Status Quo and Roadmap of JAX-RS!

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EclipseCon Europe 2019: I’m Speaking

If you are interested in writing lightweight RESTful Microservices implemented by just using JAX-RS (Jakarta RESTful Web Service) but no proprietary features or vendor-specific frameworks at all, then you definitively have to visit my seesion at EclipseCon Europ 2019!

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“JAX-RS 3.0” (JFS 2019) Slides and Source Code Now Online

Thank you to the great audience at Java Forum Stuttgart 2019! You asked me to upload my source code and slides. So here it is…:

Slides on Speakerdeck: https://speakerdeck.com/mkarg/jax-rs-3-dot-0-the-next-generation

Source Code on GitLab: https://gitlab.com/mkarg/jfs2019

If you have any questions just drop me a note: markus@headcrashing.eu. 🙂

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JAX-RS 2.2 Nightly Builds Available

I almost forgot to tell you: I have set up nightly buils of JAX-RS 2.2!

All you need to get in touch with the new binaries is to add the Eclipse Foundation’s SNAPSHOT repository to your Maven configuration, e. g.:

<project>
  <repositories>
    <repository>
      <releases>
        <enabled>false</enabled>
      </releases>
      <snapshots>
        <enabled>true</enabled>
      </snapshots>
      <id>repo.eclipse.org</id>
      <name>Eclipse Snapshots</name>
      <url>https://repo.eclipse.org/content/repositories/snapshots</url>
    </repository>
  </repositories>
</project>

Beware of the fact that Oracle forced us to rename a lot of stuff, so you have to refer to the Maven GAV coordinates jakarta.ws.rs:jakarta.ws.rs-api:2.2-SNAPSHOT and all classes are in the jakarta.ws.rs package namespace now! Unfortunately Jersey, the former RI of JAX-RS, is still working on their 2.29 release which is JAX-RS 2.1 still, so you won’t be able to actually run anything using this new names. But I am confident that once 2.29 is out, they will eagerly pick up the changed names, so you can (again) try out all the great stuff we have in JAX-RS 2.2.

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Java Forum Stuttgart 2019: I’m Speaking!


It is kind of a tradition meanwhile: To get the hottest news on JAX-RS 2.2 and 3.0 directly from one of the key committers, come again to Stuttgart on July 4 and visit my talk on “JAX-RS 3.0: The Next Generation”. This is not your dad’s JAX-RS anymore!

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Thanks for 111.000+ views!

Thanks to all the nearly 100.000 readers of my last blog posting for the more than 111.000 views in one week! It seems I am not the only one caring about Java EE! This proofs that Java is everything but dead! 🙂

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