Adam Bien: No Dependencies--Or How Rife 2 and Bld Happened--airhacks.fm podcast
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Subscribe to airhacks.fm podcast via: spotify| iTunes| RSS The #284 airhacks.fm episode with Geert Bevin (@gbevin) about: the "No Dependencies" approach, Java templates, bidirectional templates in Rife, the Bld build tool, Rife 2 web framework, Java's productivity, Kotlin and more. is available for download ..read more
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Ivar Grimstad: Hashtag Jakarta EE #218
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Welcome to issue number two hundred and eighteen of Hashtag Jakarta EE! We are currently entering the release review stage of Jakarta EE 11. Since we are releasing no less than four milestones of this release, the individual component specifications will be reviewed and released in stages. This is different from previous releases, where the Specification Committee reviewed all specifications in a big chunk. You can check out the progress of the reviews by checking out the pull requests labeled release review in the Specifications GitHub repository. I have a lot of events coming up in the ..read more
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Francesco Marchioni: Solving 0/1 nodes are available: 1 Insufficient memory
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The error message “0/1 nodes are available: 1 Insufficient memory. preemption: 0/1 nodes are available: 1 No preemption victims found for incoming pod.” indicates your pod can’t be scheduled due to memory constraints. Here are the steps to address this issue- Investigate Memory Usage Firstly, check the current Memory Usage of the OpenShift Node where ... Read more The post Solving 0/1 nodes are available: 1 Insufficient memory appeared first on Mastertheboss ..read more
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Ivar Grimstad: Javaforum Malmø February 2024
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We have struggled a little bit to get the Malmö JUG up and running again after the pandemic, but now it seems like we are on the roll again. The goal is to have at least one event each quarter, and the February 29 event yesterday was a great start. We usually have two talks per event, and this was no exception. The first talk was about Continuous Integration Patterns by Thomas Lundström. The second talk was a celebration talk about the 25 Years of the JCP Program presented by myself. (I will add the slides from Thomas’ talk when he has made them available) Going forward we will aim for one ta ..read more
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Adam Bien: From Hexagonal Architectures to Data Oriented Programming--airhacks.fm podcast
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Subscribe to airhacks.fm podcast via: spotify| iTunes| RSS The #283 airhacks.fm episode with Jose Paumard (@JosePaumard) about: the cost of changing code, hexagonal architecture, decoupling, and Object Oriented Programming vs Data Oriented Programming in Java is available for download ..read more
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Ivar Grimstad: Hashtag Jakarta EE #217
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Welcome to issue number two hundred and seventeen of Hashtag Jakarta EE! I am now on my way home after a week in North America where I spoke at Philly JUG and ConFoo, my second tour overseas this year. The upcoming month will be dedicated to Europe. First up is Malmö JUG on February 29. Then I will go to Hasselt in Belgium for the Belgian JUG on March 19 (event to be announced), and finally Voxxed Days Bucharest from March 27 to March 29. Milestone 2 of Jakarta EE 11 is coming up shortly. The plan is to have it released at the beginning of March after the release reviews of the component ..read more
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Francesco Marchioni: How to run WildFly on Openshift
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This tutorial will teach you how to run WildFly applications on Openshift using WildFly S2I images. At first, we will learn how to build and deploy applications using Helm Charts. Then, we will learn how to use the S2I legacy approach which relies on ImageStreams and Templates. WildFly Cloud deployments There are two main strategies ... Read more The post How to run WildFly on Openshift appeared first on Mastertheboss ..read more
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Ivar Grimstad: ConFoo 2024
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This was my fourth time speaking at ConFoo in Montreal. It is a great conference, and you can deduct from the smooth operation that it has been organized before. In fact, this was the 22nd edition of ConFoo! Quite an accomplishment! I had two talks this year. The first one titled Prepare for Jakarta EE gives an extensive overview of what is to be expected from Jakarta EE 11. It also includes a demo of Jakarta Data. The second talk I did was my Spring Boot 2 to Spring Boot 3 with Java 21 and Jakarta EE talk. I am not sure how many times I have done this talk now, but it continues to be relevant ..read more
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Ivar Grimstad: Philly JUG 2024
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I had a great time speaking at the Philly JUG Yesterday! The topic of my talk was the implications of the namespace change from javax.* to jakarta.* in Jakarta EE 9 when migrating from Spring Boot 2 to Spring Boot 3. The slides are available on SpeakerDeck. Before the event, I had the opportunity to explore Philadelphia. It is an interesting city to visit with a lot of American history. For those of us who grew up in the 80s, a selfie with the statue of Rocky is a must. It is kind of funny to see that it is just as popular with the younger generation as well. Groups of teenagers blast Eye of t ..read more
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Adam Bien: TornadoVM, Paravox.ai: Java, AI, LLMs and Hardware Acceleration--airhacks.fm podcast
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Subscribe to airhacks.fm podcast via: spotify| iTunes| RSS The #281 airhacks.fm episode with Juan Fumero (@snatverk) about: Integrating LLVMs running on accelerated hardware with Java and TornadoVMs and the Java / AI startup: paravox.ai is available for download ..read more
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