Monthly Archives: October 2014

Good bye, Swing. Welcome, JavaFX 8.

I am rather reluctant to new technologies, as often these are immature and imperfect. Hence, I go long time with established standards. But sometimes, I switch rather quickly, when things make a leap forward. This time it happened with JavaFX. … Continue reading

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Hear my address on JAX-RS at “Alte Scheune Degerloch” (JUG Stuttgart)

I’m giving another free address on the purpose and use of JAX-RS. If you’d missed the one at JUG Karlsruhe back in July, it’s your chance to catch up with latest information about JAX-RS current and future purpose and use. Beyound the usual … Continue reading

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Offering Apprenticeship: Learning Java at a JAX-RS Expert Group member!

My company (a world-wide active ISV, developing and supporting long-term supported off-the-shelf enterprise applications) is frequently offering apprenticeships in software development, also is contributing to lots of open source projects and Java specifications – like JAX-RS. So if you want to gain some … Continue reading

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Want me speaking at Java Land 2015?

From time to time people ask me whether they could attend to a lecture of mine, but for less than regular consulting rates. As I need to bring home the bacon (don’t we all do?) besides having fun with my audience, it is … Continue reading

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