I meant to mark this anniversary when it came up, but missed doing so. It's been ten years, so what's an additional five weeks going to mean. On 28 June 2004 I announced, with my first entry on this blog, the first part of Java to be released into open-source.
In an earlier blog entry I listed my picks for DevNexus 2014. This blog entry summarizes my notes from this show.
I’m happy to report that the 2014 edition of the Web Framework Smackdown is shaping up to be a good one.
We've been using TDD for Mojarra for nearly a decade now and after all that time, we have decent number of tests.
This entry lists Ed’s picks for the brand new JavaLand conference. Many of the talks are in German, but there is enough English to make it worth your time. It looks like there is a lot more English content in day two.
I presented this demo at DevNexus 2014 in Atlanta today. It is Reza's demo with just a pinch more Java EE thrown in. This blog entry covers how to fully internationalize an AngularJS application with just a pinch of Java EE.
I've been blessed with the opportunity to speak at DevNexus 2014. This is my first time speaking at a DevNexus event and I'm excited at the opportunity to meet and learn from many top-name speakers currently practicing today. As I planned out my time here are the sessions I've added to my calendar.
This blog entry describes an unsupported process for overwriting the version of Mojarra that comes bundled in WLS 12.1.2 and beyond with an arbitrary version (from groupId org.glassfish artifactId javax.faces).
I’ve been talking about JSF 2.2 new features out on the conference trail for quite a while now. I usually talk about the big three: Flows, Resource Library Contracts, and HTML5 Friendly Markup. This blog entry talks about another, mostly behind-the-scenes, feature: