Adam Bien shows you how to write an integration test for Hibernate Validator, the reference implementation for Bean Validation
Check out the new features that will be available in Java 9 before it is released, and provide input to help guide the JDK in its quest to move Java into the future!
Dustin MarxGives us a glimpse into the new Date Time API provided by Java 8. A direct comparison between the olad and new ways to handle times, and several examples of the new API in action are provided.
In this event, RedMonk will bring its unique perspective, developer-led approach and craft experiences to SAP TechEd && d-code, creating a space for coders to learn, and make their influence felt as we get under the skin of the emerging IoT disruption.
If you weren't able to make it to JavaOne, or if you were at JavaOne and just want to watch it again (yes, it's worth rewatching this one), The Community Keynote is now available on demand! Take a look and see what you might have missed.
It's Official! JavaOne opened with User Group Sunday, including great session and some surprises. Fortunately, everything came to a peaceful resolution.
In the days leading up to JavaOne, the Silicon Valley Java User Group hosted a Bike Ride from Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco across the Golden Gate and to Sausalito. Tori Wieldt recaps the event, including lots of photos and even GPS tracking data.
The ballots are cast and the votes tallied; the winners of the 2014 Duke's Choice Awards have been announced. Take a look ate some of the most innovative and impactful projects in the Java ecosystem.