Category Archives: Allgemein

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 … Continue reading

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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 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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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 … Continue reading

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Negotiations Failed: How Oracle killed Java EE.

Today Eclipse Foundation’s president Mike Milinkovic blogged about the final result of the confidential trademark negotiations between Oracle and the Eclipse Foundation. As we remember, Oracle announced that Java EE will be open sourced to that organization and it would … Continue reading

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Oracle still has no clue how to go on with Java EE 8

So here it is, the long awaited JavaOne announcement on the future of Java EE 8, and what it tells us can be summed up quite simply: Oracle still has no clue how to go on with Java EE 8, … Continue reading

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Java EE Guardians Achieve Partial Success

Today The Register reports that Oracle committed itself to sustained maintenance of Java EE. This is clearly (but possibly not uniquely) a partial success to the Java EE Guardians initiative. Hooray! 🙂 Nevertheless, as Oracle employees told me in private, … Continue reading

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