This article was originally published over at the Codurance blog In this post I will attempt to cover fundamentals of Bare Metal Systems, Virtual Systems and Container Systems. And the purpose for doing so is to learn about these systems as they stand and also the differences between them, focusing on how they execute programs […]

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Introduction I want to take the opportunity to show what we have been doing in last year, and also what we have done so far as members of the community. Unlike other years, and compared to the other posts on Java Advent this year, I have decided to keep this post less technical. This year marks the fourth year since […]

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Continued from Build OpenJDK 9 Using Docker – Part 1. I ran into a number of issues, as you can see from my commits. I pulled myself out of it, but to run this Dockerfile from the command-line I used this instruction: $ docker build -t neomatrix369/openjdk9 . you can also do it using the below […]

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Introduction I think I have joined the Docker [1] party a bit late – but that means that by now, everyone is likely familiar with what Docker is and all the other basic fundamentals. However, if you are still interested, please check these posts Get into Docker – A Guide for Total Newbies [2] and […]

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TL;DR future of the Java ecosystem JavaSE, Java EE workshops at Devoxx UK 2015 OpenJDK and JSRs extraordinary developers hands-on sessions, hackdays and panel learn, collaborate and share developer communities, JUG leaders, and corporate participations thought leaders and tomorrow’s leaders of Java related topics agenda, costs, tickets and discount codes The Adopt team are running […]

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Introduction & history As some of you may already know, starting with Java 7, OpenJDK is the Reference Implementation (RI) to Java. The below timeline gives you an idea about the history of OpenJDK: OpenJDK history (2006 till date) See Adopt OpenJDK – the past present and future [1] for some more details. If you […]

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