Episode 42. On Primefaces, Jakarta EE, JDK 13, OracleCodeOne and a New Show Name

Primefaces is alive and kicking! now with PrimeTek UI Updates. Working with maps? then hear how Josh uses ArcGIS JS API.

Jakarta EE 8 has been released, and it’s compatible with your usual suspects (Payara, Wildfly, OpenLiberty, and Eclipse GlassFish). We discussOracle’s guidance for Jakarta EE 9, and we dive into the pain on javax namespace change coming up. Lastly we dive into the new JEPs targeted for JDK 14, including Valhalla and talked of new proposals like Sealed Types. We also talk about opinions on Oracle Code One, including GraalVM coverage.

Another great episode to keep abreast of the whole front-end and back-end, with “Stackd”!

We thank DataDogHQ for sponsoring this podcast episode

UI Tier

Java EE/Jakarta EE


New OpenJDK Project

Project Lanai’s aim to implement a new graphics rendering pipeline for MacOS. Announcing the Duke Choice Awards Winners The seven winners of the Duke Choice Awards are:

  • jUnit (Developer Productivity Recognition)
  • JavaBin (Ecosystem Enablement Recognition)
  • CarePay (Healthcare Innovation Recognition)
  • Jakarta EE (Open Source Contribution Recognition)
  • Dataverse (University/Higher Education Recognition)
  • Chris Thalinger (Community Recognition)
  • Denver Java User Group: (Developer Learning Recognition)


  • Devoxx Belgium Nov 4-8 – Antwerp, Belgium
  • RVA.js – Nov 15, Richmond, VA
  • NFJS
    • Reston November 1 – 3, 2019
    • Seattle November 8 – 10, 2019
    • Progressive Web Experience December 1 – 4, 2019
    • TechLeader Summit December 4 – 6, 2019
    • ArchConf December 9 – 12, 2019
    • Devnexus – Feb 19-21, 2019

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