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Do you know Gitpod?

Hey guys! How’s it going? Gitpod is a new and amazing way to hack on your Java code. Just prefix your Gitlab or Github URL (pointing either to a project, branch, MR or commit), with gitpod.io/# and few seconds later you … Continue reading

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I got a Mike!

Hey guys! How’s it going? The setup of the JAX-RS channel (or more formerly: Head Crashing Informatics as a video series on YouTube) is nearly done. Still my cam and lights are stuck in the supply chain, but Thomann today … Continue reading

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The JAX-RS YouTube Channel: Episode Zero

Hey guys! How’s it going? The JAX-RS YouTube Channel ist making great process! The site it set up, it has a preliminary trailer for new visitors, and the first pre-production issue “Episode Zero: The Beta Test” was just published! Check … Continue reading

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The YouTube Photo Shooting

  Hey guys! How’s it going?   Recently I asked you, whether you like me to start a YouTube channel covering my JAX-RS work, as a stand-in for my conference gigs whilst the curfew. Thanks for all the overwhelming feedback … Continue reading

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The JAX-RS Channel On YouTube

People know me mostly from my work on JAX-RS, typically by reading my magazine articles, blogs or attending to one of the German conferences. Thanks to Corona (BTW, did I mention that the Curevac’s vice president was in my graduating … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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