In September Oracle announced that it would be moving Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation. EE4J is the start of the project which aims to define API specifications, reference implementations, and technology compatibility kits for Java application servers. EE4J is based on Java EE 8. At Java One last week, a panel of experts from Eclipse […]

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At JavaOne 2016, there was a call to arms from Oracle to the community: “Community members – you have to help us.” In 2017, the Java Champions will be helping to help the community. We interviewed the Diabolical Developer and Java Champion Martijn Verburg at Devoxx Belgium 2016. What kind of help can we provide? And how do we […]

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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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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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In the first of our experimental new monthly series, we’ll be publishing a roundup of some of the biggest events for the tech community happening in May. It’s a rolling submission, so please let us know if you’ve got something going on, and we’ll update. Alternatively, share your announcements in the comments section!   7th May: […]

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How has the latest version of Java changed the way developers have to think? And how big an impact will modularity have on the platform? A chat with Oracle Java Evangelist Simon Ritter about Java 8, and beyond.

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