Random (but useful) News – 2010/11/11

GlassFish Podcast on Play! to celebrate their 1.1 release and their GlassFish container.

• First patch release for GlassFish 3.0.1. This is for paying Oracle GlassFish Server customers. Others will get the fixes as part of 3.1.

• Details on CDI/Weld in the upcoming GlassFish 3.1 release. Hoping memory and performance issues are all behind us.

Oracle JVM strategy clarification. Best quote: “We estimate that the contribution of code from JRockit into OpenJDK will be one of the largest – if not the largest – single contributions to the project since its inception.”

• Get The Facts: MySQL Licensing and Pricing. Community Edition still free+GPL+InnoDB.

JDK 7 Support in NetBeans IDE 7.0. Ok, when do I find the time to try this all out?

and last but certainly not least :

Apple Joins OpenJDK!, (with some details from an Apple engineer).

Author: alexismp

Google Developer Relations in Paris.

3 thoughts on “Random (but useful) News – 2010/11/11”

  1. Hi Alexis,
    Sounds like a good summary of "feel good" information that should help settle a lot of people’s worries.
    Glad to see things improving on Weld as I recently started working on a Seam project and I’m definitely liking the Context and DI model, time to upgrade my pet projects to EE 6
    As for MySQL, without knowing the backstory, I never believed that Oracle would do that since InnoDB was just made the default in 5.5.
    Have a nice weekend!

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