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Arun Gupta Presents a GlassFish Partner Showcase: Logicstyle talking about Java EE 6 and future - in English and Portuguese

At the recently concluded JavaOne Latin America, I had the opportunity to talk with Juliano Viana from Logicstyle about Java EE 6 and their love for GlassFish. Watch the brief interview (in English) below...

[12/12/2011]
Geertjan Wielenga: JavaFX Wows JavaOne Latin America

The scenario that's taken JavaOne Latin America by storm is this JavaFX application, hooked up to MySQL and deployed to GlassFish...It really speaks to the imagination, doesn't it? It's a sales application with lots of JavaFX gadgets...

[12/09/2011]
JetBrains Announces Release of IntelliJ IDEA 11

"JetBrains rolls out its annual IntelliJ IDEA update with a brand new cross-platform UI, Play framework support, Gradle integration, CoffeeScript editor and numerous productivity boosters." See What's New in IntelliJ IDEA 11? for details...

[12/07/2011]
Heather Van Cura: Java User Groups are joining the JCP community

This week we published a news feature discussing why Java User Groups (JUGs) are joining the JCP community. Over the past few years, the PMO has made it a priority to recruit JUGs into the JCP program. JUGS are joining now...

[12/05/2011]
Justin Kestelyn Is Looking for "New" Java Developers for Java Magazine!

Want to be "almost famous"? For the March/April 2012 issue of Java Magazine, we need interview candidates for a cover story tentatively entitled "The New Java Developers". For each candidate selected, we will publish a short bio/profile and photo. What's the catch? You must be between 18 and 25 years of age and, naturally, passionate...

[12/01/2011]
Markus Eisele - The Heroes of Java: Andrew Lee Rubinger

The seventh part in my Java interview series: "The Heroes of Java". Andrew Lee Rubinger is a senior Software Engineer at JBoss by Red Hat. He is primarily tasked with development usability in Enterprise Java. He is the author of "Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1" from O'Reilly Media...

[11/28/2011]
Tori Wieldt: Java Community Process Transparency

As part of the openness and transparency rules the London Java Community (LJC) and SouJava worked for under JSR-348, the JCP Executive Committee now has a public discussion list where anyone in the community can voice their questions, comments and concerns!...

[11/27/2011]
Tori Wieldt - New Java Champion: Michael Levin

Welcome Michael Levin to Java Champion community! Michael is a JUG leader involved with Orlando, FL OrlandoJUG, the Gainesville, FL GatorJUG, the West African JUG SeneJUG and the New Orleans, LA CajunJUG...

[11/21/2011]
Roger Brinkley - Java Spotlight Episode 57: Live From #Devoxx

Live from Devoxx 11, an interview with Ben Evans and Martijn Verburg from the London JUG along with  Yara Senger from the SouJava JUG on the JCP Executive Committee Elections, JSR 248, and Adopt-a-JSR program...

[11/20/2011]
Java Magazine for November/December 2011 Is Now Available

You can subscribe to Java Magazine for free. The November/December 2011 issue feat
ures Java Nation (news, events, happenings), articles by Max Bonbhel, Michael Huettermann, Adam Bien, Alex Buckley, Vikram Goyal, and more...

[11/15/2011]
Markus Eisele - The Heroes of Java: Michael Hüttermann

Michael Hüttermann is a developer and coach on Java/JEE, SCM/ALM, SDLC-Tooling and agile software development. A Java Champion, he is certified as SCJA, SCJP, SCJD and SCWCD, a member of the JCP and Agile Alliance, java.net JUGs Community Leader and founder of the Cologne Java User Group...

 

[11/13/2011]
JFrog Announces Availability of Artifactory 2.4

This major release of Artifactory introduces the following new features and changes: YUM Repositories and RPM Provisioning - Artifactory can now act as a fully-featured YUM repository, including auto-updating repo metadata and RPM detailed view directly from the Artifactory UI...

[11/10/2011]
Stephen Colebourne: The future is in the JEPs

If you want to know the most likely contents of Java 8 and beyond, the JEP process is the best place to look. JDK Enhancement Proposals (JEPs) are the simple descriptions of the tasks that are being considered for Java 8. Here is Brian Goetz's take...

[11/07/2011]
Martijn Verburg: Adopt a JSR Program

This program is intended to encourage members of the LJC to get involved in a JSR and to evangelise that JSR to the wider LJC community in order to increase grass roots participation. We hope to turn this into a worldwide JUG lead program. How to get Started...

[11/02/2011]
Heather Van Cura: JCP 2001 EC Election Results are in...

The 2011 Fall Executive Committee Election process is now complete. The ballot closed on 31 October 2011 at midnight. Congratulations to Ericsson AB, Intel, SAP, Azul Systems, Twitter, Inc., IBM, Nokia, SK Telecom, ARM Limited and Werner Keil...

[11/01/2011]
R. Kusterer: jMonkeyEngine 3 Beta Released

The jMonkeyEngine community is very happy to announce the latest release, jMonkeyEngine3 Beta! jMonkeyEngine.org is an open-source project released under the new BSD license. The goal of the jMonkeyEngine library is to provide a modern 3D game engine for Java developers...

[10/30/2011]
Janice J. Heiss - The Developer Insight Series, Part 6: Perspectives on Garbage Collection

Three leading Java developers, Ron Goldman, Tony Printezis, and Kirk Pepperdine, share their insights about garbage collection. Part of the Developer Insight Series...

[10/25/2011]
Antonio Goncalves: O Java EE 6 Application Servers, Where Art Thou?

Nearly two years ago (time flies), when Java EE 6 came out, I wrote a post about application servers where I did some micro benchmarking (basically, startup time). I had plenty of comments and recently I had many people asking for some updates. Witht Java EE 6 booming, with some cloud vendors moving to Java EE 6, it was time to update this microbenchmark and focus on Java EE 6 application servers...

[10/24/2011]
Java Spotlight Episode 52 features Cameron Purdy, Vice President of Development at Oracle, on JavaEE

Cameron Purdy is the Vice President of Development at Oracle. In this interview he talks about his responsibilities, the product sets, and new investments that Oracle is making along with the community in Java EE development...

[10/21/2011]
Patrick Curran: No more smoke-filled rooms

The Executive Committees of the JCP have been busy for the past several months on some significant revisions to the Process. These changes have been specified through JSR 348: Towards a new version of the Java Community Process...

[10/18/2011]
Markus Eisele - The Heroes of Java: Fabiane Bizinella Nardon

Fabiane Bizinella Nardon is a computer scientist who is passionate about creating software that will positively change the world we live in. She was the architect of the Brazilian Healthcare Information System, considered the largest JavaEE application in the world...

[10/16/2011]
JavaOne Latin America Call for Papers Ends October 17

We invite you to submit a paper to present at the JavaOne Latin America 2011 conference. We are looking for content to present to the Latin American Java developer community within the following tracks. The call for papers will close on Monday, October 17 at 11:59 pm local time...

[10/13/2011]
Tori Wieldt - JavaOne 2011: It's a Wrap

Thanks for being a part of JavaOne 2011! Here are a few more things you can do to keep that Java buzz: Provide Feedback. Take the conference survey and session surveys. Register for Next Year. We know JavaOne 2012 will be bigger and better...

[10/10/2011]
Dustin Marx: JavaOne 2011 - A Tremendous Success: Blogosphere Round-up

The blogosphere is full of accounts of JavaOne 2011 and most of them are extremely positive. Peter Hendriks says of JavaOne 2011, "the Java vibe is back" and "Java is moving forward again." Cameron McKenzie says of JavaOne 2011, "Mark it up as a success." After one day at JavaOne 2011, Sean Landis stated, "There are good things happening" and "good things on the horizon." ...

[10/09/2011]
Terrence Barr - JavaOne 2011: First Wrap-Up

Finally, I get a chance to catch my breath. JavaOne has been extremely busy and while there are still a few hours of good talks to go here is a quick summary so far: General observations: The vibe is very positive. Attendance is significantly up over previous years and the show is well organized. Feedback from attendees has been very excouraging...

[10/07/2011]
John Rose: JSR 292 cited by JCP for excellence

This evening in San Francisco I was deeply touched to be recognized at the 9th Annual Awards Nominations of the Java Community Process. On behalf of the JSR 292 Expert Group, I accepted an award for Most Innovative JSR, and another for leading the Expert Group. These honors arise from a huge amount of teamwork. Together we introduced fundamentally new instructions and data types into the Java Virtual Machine, an undertaking that was both ambitious and complex...

[10/05/2011]
The Java Source: Moving Java Forward -- Java Strategy Keynote JavaOne 2011

Tuesday's Strategy Keynote offered Oracle's long-term vision for investment and innovation in Java. The session offered a broad range of technologies, partners, announcements, and roadmaps -- from mobile and handheld devices, to the desktop, to the Cloud. The morning began with David Ward, CTO and Chief Architect, Platform Systems Division, Juniper Networks. Ward detailed the need...

[10/05/2011]
The Aquarium: JavaOne 2011 Slides (a beginning)

Whether you are attending JavaOne 2011 or not, you'll probably be interested in downloading slides used at the conference. They are starting to show up on the conference content catalog , so here are a few ones that are relevant to Java EE and GlassFish...

[10/05/2011]
Tori Wieldt: Oracle Announcements at JavaOne 2011

There were lots of announcements at today's Java Strategy Keynote at JavaOne. Here are links to the Press Releases: Oracle Continues to Move Java Forward and Details Java SE 8 Roadmap; Oracle Highlights Java EE Momentum at JavaOne Conference; Oracle Releases JavaFX 2.0...

[10/04/2011]
Dustin Marx: JavaOne 2011 Strategy Keynote

It is difficult to say for certain which session of JavaOne 2011 I have most eagerly anticipated, but this JavaOne 2011 Strategy Keynote certainly would be one of the favorites for filling that role. Held in the same Hilton Grand Ballroom A/B that the JavaOne 2011 Technical (Opening) Keynote was held in yesterday morning at the same time, this Strategy Keynote began with an address from David Ward of Juniper Networks...

[10/04/2011]