In case you missed the news, JAX-RS 1.0 (JSR-311) was the first specification scheduled for inclusion in Java EE 6 to reach the final stage. My thanks to the spec leads, Marc Hadley and Paul Sandoz, the entire expert group and the very active community around JAX-RS for making this happen!
In addition to the Java EE 6 talks, there are a few more events on my calendar for the week of JavaOne.
JavaOne 2008 is around the corner, so I thought I'd compile a list of sessions touching on Java EE 6 technologies.
Let's start with the platform itself.
It's been several months since my last update on the work going on in the Java EE 6 Platform Expert Group (JSR-316).
It's great to come back from vacation and find out that open source has worked its magic once again.
In the spirit of transparency, I'm going to be posting regular updates on the work of the Java EE 6 expert group (JSR-316).
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