Microsoft® Java®: Welcome at OpenJDK!

Microsoft officially is an OpenJDK contributor now, having a cool team on board with names like Bruno Borges, Reza Raman, Ed Burns and Martijn Verburg. That’s amazing, particularly if you know the troublesome history of both! So finally the Java platform found the steward Oracle never had been? Let’s see what happens. Maybe we now have the power to make Java great again?

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WT:Socal – Getting rid of F*book

Say goodbye to F*book, here is the new trend: A social network inspired by open source and powered by Wikipedia. That’s how it should have been done since the beginning! Join now!

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EclipseCon Europe 2018: Video on YouTube

Forgot to tell you… the video recording of my presentation in 2018 at EclipseCon Europe is available on YouTube.

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JAX-RS 2.2: Reworking the Spec

Last week Christian and I committed the initial contribution of the JAX-RS Spec into the official repo on Github. You can find the source code incl. Maven Build in the subfolder jaxrs-spec. At the moment we’re rather busy to bring it in the form requested by the officials. If you like to contribute, pick an issue from our list, and let us know you’re working on that by commenting that issue. If everything works well (there still are open questions to be answered by the EF) we soon have a nightly build of the JAX-RS 2.2-SNAPSHOT specification. This is really exciting, as it is the first time the open source community is working together on new features in a former Oracle-authored spec. Stay tuned! 🙂

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JakartaOne 2019: Slides on Speakerdeck

You can now find the slides of my video contribution to JakartaOne 2019 on Speakerdeck. 🙂

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EclipseCon Europe 2019: Slides available

I just uploaded the slided of my ECE2019 talk here: https://speakerdeck.com/mkarg/lightweight-restful-microservices-with-jax-rs-2-dot-2

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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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