January 1, 2012 Comments Off on Next trip – Québec!
My first ever work-related trip to Canada will be to Quebec this coming January 11th to deliver a presentation (in French) on Java EE.
This is an Oracle event around Java where I’ll be a speaker together with my colleague Mike Keith.
November 21, 2011 Comments Off on GlassFish Back from Devoxx 2011 Mature Java EE 6 and EE 7 well on its way
I’m back from my 8th (!) Devoxx conference (I don’t think I’ve missed one since 2004) and this conference keeps delivering on the promise of a Java developer paradise week. GlassFish was covered in many different ways and I was not involved in a good number of them which can only be a good sign!
Several folks asked me when my Java EE 6 session with Antonio Goncalves was scheduled (we’ve been covering this for the past two years in University sessions, hands-on labs and regular sessions). It turns out we didn’t team up this year (Antonio was crazy busy preparing for Devoxx France) and I had a regular GlassFish session. Instead, this year, Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker covered the 3-hour Java EE 6 University session (“Duke’s Duct Tape Adventures”) on the very first day (using GlassFish) with great success it seems. The Java EE 6 lab was also a hit with a full room of folks covering a lot of technical ground in 2.5 hours (with GlassFish of course).
GlassFish was also mentioned during Cameron Purdy’s keynote (pretty natural even if that surprised a number of folks that had not been closely following GlassFish) but also in Stephan Janssen‘s Keynote as the engine powering Parleys.com.
In fact Stephan was a speaker in the GlassFish session describing how they went from a single-instance Tomcat setup to a clustered GlassFish + MQ environment. Also in the session was Johan Vos (of Mollom fame, along other things). Both of these customer testimonials were made possible because GlassFish has been delivering full Java EE 6 implementations for almost two years now which is plenty of time to see serious production deployments on it.
The Java EE Gathering (BOF) was very well attended and very lively with many spec leads participating and discussing progress and also pain points with folks in the room. Thanks to all those attending this session, a good number of RFE’s, and priority points came out of this. While this wasn’t a GlassFish session by any means, it’s great to have the current RESTful Admin and upcoming Java EE 7 planned features be a satisfactory answer to some of the requests from the attendance.
Last but certainly not least, the GlassFish team is busy with Java EE 7 and version 4 of the product. This was discussed and shown during the Java EE keynote and in greater details in Jerome Dochez’ session. If any indication, the tweets on his demo (virtualization, provisioning, etc…) were very encouraging.
Java EE 6 adoption is doing great and GlassFish, being a production-quality reference implementation, is one of the first to benefit from this. And with GlassFish 4.0, we’re looking at increasing the product and community adoption by offering a pragmatic technical solution to Java EE PaaS deployments. Stay tuned ! (the impatient in you is encouraged to grab a 4.0 build and provide feedback).
November 2, 2011 Comments Off on Séminaire en ligne (et en français) autour de GlassFish
Si vous n’êtes pas à Colombes chez Oracle pour la journée OTN Developer autour de Java EE, vous pouvez vous joindre à un séminaire en ligne sur GlassFish ce jeudi :
GlassFish – Serveur Java EE Open Source et Opérationnel
Jeudi 3 novembre 2011
15h00 à Paris
10h00 à Montréal
October 25, 2011 § 5 Comments
Evénement gratuit Java EE et GlassFish la semaine prochaine chez Oracle France :
“Comment exploiter tout le potentiel de Java EE 6 et de GlassFish ? Pour cela, Oracle vous invite à un atelier pratique inédit qui vous permettra de découvrir Java EE 6 et développer avec GlassFish.”
jeudi 3 novembre 2010 de 9h30 à 16h30.
Oracle France – 15, boulevard du Général de Gaule 92715 Colombes
Au programme: présentation et labs (venir avec son portable).
Inscriptions en ligne (places limitées).
October 20, 2011 Comments Off on Exemple de code Java EE 6 (example de livre en Français)
Pour faire suite à mon billet du début d’année sur le livre “Développements n-tiers avec JavaEE” aux Editions ENI, voici maintenant l’ensemble du code source développé dans l’ouvrage qui est maintenant disponible. Il s’agit d’une application complète développée tout au cours du livre et testée dans GlassFish 3.1.x.
En parlant de GlassFish, voici un nouvel ouvrage en préparation.
May 30, 2011 Comments Off on Brno Oracle Java Developer Event – Success!
I spent last Thursday in Brno to deliver a number of Java EE talks and a keynote at the Oracle Developer Java Conference. It was great because it had a good developer feel and was similar in spirit to other community-driven conferences that I recently attended. Maybe the best part was the attendance – well over 400 (excluding Oracle employees and speakers) which is great for a first time.
Dalibor Topic fought the ash cloud and managed to reach Brno to kick off the day with a Java keynote with updates on Java 7 and current thinking about Java 8 and beyond. Doug Clarke, Java Persistence Director of Product Management at Oracle was here to cover advanced JPA features as well as recent evolution in EclipseLink with a nice multi-tenancy demo (I understand there’s a screencast coming soon). I took this opportunity to interview Doug on EclipseLink. The recording will soon be up on the GlassFish Podcast.
And of course, last but not least, the Prague web services engineering team was strongly represented and covering JAX-RS and Jersey. Given how the last session overran by more than half an hour I’d say this was a successful and engaging presentation. Both Marek (JAX-RS co-spec lead) and Jakub (Jersey lead) blogged about the event and shared code demo.
That’s a pretty poor photo there that I have but I’m hoping to see better ones given the presence of a profesional photographer (doing a keynote and three sessions I sure felt like a rockstar with photos of me taken at each of them…).