• Stackd 62: Make JavaOne Again

    OverviewJosh, Kito, Danno, and Ian are back, discussing the first JavaOne in many years, and welcoming special guest Emily Jiang, Liberty Cloud Native Architect and Chief Advocate at IBM. They discuss JavaOne announcements, ways to avoid cold starts in Java, JDK virtual threads with Helidon Níma and Quarkus, Open Liberty, new releases from NetBeans, Eclipse...

  • Stackd 61: May the Source be with You

    OverviewJosh, Danno and Kito have a lively discussion about their summer activities, Lightbend (makers of Akka) changing to closed source, GraalVM and AWS Lambdas, Quarkus, Jakarta EE 10, JDK 19, NetBeans, Kito’s new SpeakerTrax product, and more. We Thank DataDog for sponsoring this podcast!https://www.pubhouse.net/datadog Controversy Lightbend changed their license from open source to closed source....

BIOS 3: Kotlin and Apache Groovy

Want to learn a fun and modern language for the JVM that has been adopted by the masses? Why not give Kotlin a try? In this session I’ll provide a high level overview of Kotlin and we’ll discuss how you can help contribute to the Kotlin ecosystem.

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Episode 2. On Maven Central Releases and Arquillian

Are you looking to release something to maven central or work on a project that does? This episode Bob is looking to cover release related plugins for open source projects to keeping your code going out the door early and often. How are you writing your unit tests for enterprise applications? Are they built into...

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Episode 1. Let’s break into Microprofile!

This session will dive into the MicroProfile project, which was started by a collaboration of vendors in an attempt to standardize an approach for developing Microservices using Java EE technologies. You will see a brief overview if the project initiatives, and you will learn different ways that you can join in to begin contributing to...

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