Category Archives: Programming

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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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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JSF 2017: Slides and Source Code “JAX-RS 2.1 Reloaded”

The source code and updated slides for my talk “JAX-RS 2.1 Reloaded” #jfs2017 can be found online on Gitlab and Speakerdeck.

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JAX-RS 2.1 @ Java Forum Stuttgart 2017

If you are interested in the final result of JSR 370 “JAX-RS 2.1” directly from an EG member, then you shouldn’t miss Java Forum Stuttgart #jfs2017. I will present what Oracle came up with finally, just around the final release of … Continue reading

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Oracle migrates from java.net to GitHub

Today I was officially notified by Oracle that they started to move several projects from their own (failed) java.net platform to GitHub. This is really great news as it paves the way for simpler contribution, including usage of GIT and … Continue reading

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JavaForum Stuttgart 2016 Slides Are Online

The slides of my talk “JavaFX in professionellen Anwendungen” (JavaForum Stuttgart 2016) can be found on Speaker Deck.

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Toolchains + Exec Maven Plugin = Swiss Army Knife

I am pretty excited about Karl Heinz Marbaise this week kindly releasing version 1.5.0 of Exec Maven Plugin, because it contains three additions which are really awesome (not only because I authored them, but because of their combined effect): Support for … Continue reading

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