Close them out!
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1M ago
Having a good backlog is important for many projects. However, having hundreds or even thousands of issues that realistically nobody will ever pick up does not constitute a good backlog. Just closing out old issues can be the best thing one can do. (click on the image for a larger version) Even larger version Stay tuned for the next instalment! Previous strip: Just say no ..read more
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Just say no
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1M ago
Developers want to be there for everyone, and are always ready to help out with their coding skills. An experienced developer however doesn't just know when to say yes, but especially knows when to say no. (click on the image for a larger version) Even larger version Stay tuned for the next instalment! Previous strip: Hiring the right people ..read more
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Jakarta EE Survey 2022
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4M ago
At OmniFaces we poll the community from time to time and again about Jakarta EE (previously Java EE) and related technologies. With the transfer of Java EE to Jakarta EE now fully completed and Jakarta EE 10 released, people are now starting to think about Jakarta EE 11, the second Jakarta EE feature release. As such it's a good time to poll the community again. This year we're doing so in cooperation with OmniFish. In the 2022 edition, there are 4 categories of questions again: Current usage of Jakarta EE Servlet containers APIs related to Jakarta EE The future of Jakarta EE Compared to 202 ..read more
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What’s new in Jakarta Security 3?
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9M ago
Despite the version number 3, Jakarta Security 3 is the first real update of Jakarta Security since it was introduced as Java EE Security in Java EE 8. In this article we’ll take a look at what new things have been added. We’ll first take a look at the user facing umbrella API, which is Jakarta Security itself, and then take a look at the two underlying SPIs it depends on; Jakarta Authentication and Jakarta Authorization. OpenID Connect The signature addition to Jakarta Security 3 is the new OpenID Connect authentication mechanism, contributed by Payara’s Lead Developer Rudy De Busscher and Pr ..read more
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GlassFish at Eclipse - JakartaOne slides
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9M ago
During the JakartaOne livestream 2021 I talked about GlassFish at Eclipse, which was a great experience with close to 900 people online. Thank you all for watching. These are the slides used during the presentation: And this is the presentation itself: Arjan Tijms ..read more
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JakartaOne Livestream on 7 Dec 2021
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9M ago
Happy to announce I'll be speaking at the biggest Jakarta EE event of the year, which is the JakartaOne Livestream. Register now by using the following link: jakartaone.org/2021 and be sure not to miss out ..read more
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GlassFish now runs on JDK 16!
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9M ago
GlassFish, an open source Jakarta EE Platform implementation, is a code base that goes back a long time, in essence all the way back to 1996. It's also a fairly large code base. Therefor it's not suprising perhaps that in all that time, it obtained some cruft between all those lines of code, which made it challenging to run on modern versions of the JDK. The last few months or so the GlassFish team has been working on removing this cruft, and making the release compatible with newer JDK versions. The primary target was to be able to compile the code with JDK 11 and be able to run it on that as ..read more
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The CN4J profile as the common EE and MP profile - a proposal
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9M ago
The Java EE platform was moved a while ago to become the Jakarta EE platform. At about the same time, a group of Java EE vendors split off and started MicroProfile; a platform that initially only contained a number of Java EE APIs, but was later on extended with APIs that were originally planned for Java EE 8 (such as Config, Health, and JWT). With MicroProfile and Jakarta EE now both at Eclipse, and both including approximately all of the same vendors again, there has been an increasing demand for somehow joining the efforts. We asked about this in our recent survey, where most repsondends wo ..read more
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Jakarta EE Survey 2020/2021 - results
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9M ago
Last September we conducted our survey about Jakarta EE. In this survey we asked several questions about Jakarta EE, what people use exactly, and what they would like to see next. The survey was promoted in October, after which we got about 500 responses. The survey was left alone for the next months, until a little promotion was done in February, resulting in about 100 extra responses. In total we ended up with 684 respondents in total, which is down from the 1054 we got last time. Looking at the results we must keep in mind that surveys like this are by definition biased; the respondents are ..read more
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Jakarta EE 2020 Survey: which EE versions do people use?
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9M ago
At OmniFaces we have a survey running about Jakarta EE. The first question is about which version of Java EE/Jakarta EE people use. While the final results are not yet in, let's take a sneak peek at the preliminary results. Which versions of Java EE/Jakarta EE have you recently used? (select all that apply) Java EE 8 is clearly taking the lead with Jakarta EE 8 in the second place. We see that J2EE 1.4 and Java EE 5 usage is very low, though there's still a sizeable amount of people using Java EE 6 (about 10%). When we zoom a little into the Java EE 6 figure, we learn that Java EE 6 user ..read more
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