Category Archives: Cons

“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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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JAX-RS 2.2-SNAPSHOT @ JFS 2018

Just back from Java Forum Stuttgart 2018, I want to share the great feedback you all gave me while and after my (and Heiko’s) presentations on JAX-RS (and MicroProfile). In my talk, I (for JAX-RS project, and and my co-host … Continue reading

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jax-rs@Eclipse @ Java Forum Stuttgart 2018

As part of the first batch, Oracle provided JAX-RS to the Eclipse Foundation. And now? What  happened since then? What will come in future? Is Oracle bailing out? Who chimed in? And when will there be JAX-RS 2.2 or 3.0? … Continue reading

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Farewell, Java One.

The Java One Conference does not exist anymore. As Oracle’s Steven Chin announced recently, Oracle replaced the Java-centric conference by another one better covering Oracle’s technological portfolio, named “Oracle Code”. It embraces many other technologies. Or in other words: It … Continue reading

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Contribute to EE4J: Meet me @ Javaland

As you might have heared, the technology formerly known as Java EE, developed by the JCP, meanwhile is developed by the Eclipse Foundation’s EE4J Community under the name Jakarta EE. It is completely open source, and can be forked on … Continue reading

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EE4J BoF @ #ECon2017: Slightly Optimistic

Just back from #ECon2017’s EE4J BoF: Slightly optimistic now. Let’s see if Oracle keeps word.

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