Episode 25. On Java EE, a toast for Java.net (RIP), on React (JS), and MVCs

Oh boy, so we dive into this episode figuring out what’s going on with Java EE 8 (and 9), pay our respects to java.net (it’s now decommissioned), dive into Kotlin (this one seems to stick), and then discuss how JS is not as wild-west as it used to be (and some MVC pattern disagreements). In all, entertaining, and interesting podcast.

 

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Episode 34 – Apr 2017

Kito and Danno discuss JSF, Polymer, BootsFaces, Java EE 8, microprofile.io, AWS S3 going down, and more.

UI Tier

PrimeReact 1.0.0-Alpha.1 Released

JSF 2.3 Released

Getting Started with BootsFaces: a Tutorial

webfaces

Polymer 2.0 RC1

Java EE 8

Persistence Tier

Discussion: What’s the new actual database for enterprise now anyway?

Services (Middleware & Microservices) Tier

Docker! How cool is this stuff?

Docker 1.13 released

Misc

Java 9 to be released soon

Pirates of the JVM

IBM WebSphere architect apologizes

Discussion

  • AWS S3 went down. Including many services. What aren’t people doing right?
  • What are people most interested in at NFJS conferences?

Picks

  • Yoink
  • Zoom in/zoom out w/Keyboard on Mac (Command-Option-8)

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Episode 23. object.finalize() is deprecated! Privacy issues w/your ISP, and MicroServices are still in the news!

So Deprecation is getting serious! Nobody should be using object.finalize(), and if you are, shame on you! This deprecation will have some bite! Also, we just heard the rumours. If you use an Internet Service Provider in the US, that means they can sell all the information about you (yikes!). Lastly, there has been a new MicroServices survey out there and we want to take a look and see what’s shaking (and who is shaking) the ever-evolving microservices world.

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Episode 33 – Mar 2017

After a long hiatus, Kito, Ian, and Danno discuss a variety of topics, including Elm, Angular, JSweet, PrimeNG, Web Components, Polymer, TypeScript, and more.

Links

Angular 2 released (Sept 2016)

Angular 4 planned – What? (Dec 2016)

Angular 2.4.5 released (Jan 2017)

Angular Universal – Isomorphic JavaScript for Angular 2

PrimeNG 2.0.1 released

Polymer 2.0 Preview

Elm

TypeScript

JSF 2.3 in public review

Webfaces —  integration between JSF and Web Components

Writing Angular apps with Java and JSweet

Events

Episode 21. Java 9 is coming! And we’re leaving things behind (also, does US immigration affect Devs, and how?)

Ah, well, it has been promised, and it WILL be delivered. Java 9 is feature complete! And we start taking a look at what is (http/2 finally?), and more importantly, what was cut-off from the release. We also did dive into what does it means when developers can’t migrate to the US. Is it good for our industry? Or is it meh, as people just telecommute? And as long as we’re talking policy we touched on Net Neutrality since it might be an issue this year. Do we have to say goodbye to those millions and millions of undeterred bit streams?
We’re going to be doing a live performance at DevNexus!. If you happen to go in Feb, come and join us there!

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Episode 18. We’re back from J1! And Brough Reza Rahman to talk about the Big Reveal on Java EE 8

It was a great JavaOne, full of news and mystery. Netbeans becomes part of Apache (or at least it’s on its way to be), and Oracle finally revealed what their big plan is for Java EE 8 (and asking about 9)! Do we hang up the “Mission Accomplished” banner? Did the Guardians did it? Come join us as we talk with Reza on what this new state of affairs mean for Java EE, the JCP, The Guardians, and Microprofile.io (and yes! @mminella has been unblocked!)

And don’t forget to fill in the surveys!

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Episode 32 – Mar 2016

A lively discussion with Kito, Daniel, and special guest Java Champion Arun Gupta. They discuss a variety of topics, including Docker, Kubernetes, the future of Java EE, Couchbase, the impact of removing a popular NPM package, health and fitness, and more.

Discussion

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Episode 31 – Feb 2016

Kito, Danno, and special guest Cagatay Civici discuss font-end web development, Angular2, Web Components, PrimeFaces and related projects (Prime Elements, PrimeUI, and PrimeNG), Java EE MVC, Oracle dropping the Java plugin, and Oracle’s commitment to Java EE and the JCP.

News / Articles

Single Page Applications with BootsFaces

Angular2

Please Welcome Siwpas as a Java EE Certified Option

Latest Java 9 News

Proposed Schedule Change for Java 9

Discussion

  • Java EE MVC – does anyone care about old-school server “MVC” frameworks anymore?
  • Does Oracle still care about Java EE?
  • Oracle drops Java plugin

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Links from Cagatay

http://primefaces.org/layouts/atlas

http://jdevelopment.nl/wildfly-8-benchmarked/

Other links

http://knowesis.io/web/webcomponents – Fresh info about web components and related technologies

Hacking HTML5 Web Components and Polymer course in London

Episode 30 – Dec 2015

Kito, Daniel, Ian and special guest Venkat Subramaniam discuss a wide variety of topics including JavaOne, Java lambdas, microservices, ES2015’s class syntax, and his new book, Pragmatic Scala (the second edition of Programming Scala). In fact, the discussion was so great that we skipped the new releases! They are, however, included here for your reference.

UI Tier

Neo4j_visual

JSR 378: Portlet 3.0 Bridge for JavaServerTM Faces 2.2 Specification

X-tags Released with Microsoft Backing

PrimeFaces Elite 5.3.2 Released

PrimeFaces Elite 5.2.15 Released

PrimeTek Partners with T2 Software

Extensions Project Joins PrimeFaces

ICEfaces 4.0

AngularJS 2.x – Developer Preview Blog

RichFaces 4.5.11.Final Released

Persistence Tier

Hibernate Search 5.5.1.Final

Services (Middleware & Microservices) Tier

Apache Karaf – Version 4.0.3

Beta: WAS Liberty beta with tools (December 2015)

Plants by WebSphere example application

Arquillian Liferay 1.0.0.Alpha2 Released

HTTP/2 With JBoss EAP 7 – Tech Preview

Arquillian OSGi 2.1.0.Final Released

Immutant 2.1.1 Release

Liferay 7 Alpha 3

Introducing the Launchpad Project (Developer Preview)

eXo Platform 4.2.1 Enterprise released

WebLogic Now Java EE 7 Compatible!

Mobile

Arquillian Droidium 1.0.1.Final Released

Misc

Arquillian Recorder 1.1.0.Final Released

Discussion

Microsoft open-sources Visual Studio Code, launches free Visual Studio Dev Essentials program

JavaOne Recap

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A few links added by Venkat:

https://pragprog.com/book/vsscala2/pragmatic-scala

https://pragprog.com/book/vsjava8/functional-programming-in-java

https://www.agilelearner.com/

Episode 6. Oracle Security Chief complaining about white hats? Is Reactive Programming the new fad? JUnit asking for money!

So we go and wake up with the news that Oracles Security Chief didn’t like people discovering vulnerabilities on its product (say that again?), then we follow on the new fad covering towns (First it was SAP, then Cloud, to Agile, and now is all about Reactive).
Hey! JUnit is asking for $. Want to help them out? We bought them a latte! http://junit.org/junit-lambda.html

Going to J1? Join our BOF Session! There may be prizes but most definitively a good time! https://events.rainfocus.com/oow15/catalog/oracle.jsp?event=javaone&search=BOF8044&search.event=javaoneEvent

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