Grid-, Flex Layout, Web Components, Shadow DOM, Service Workers, Cache Storage, Local Storage, rollup.js, d3js, lit-html, browsersync, SVG,
native installer, templates, ES 6, routing, custom events, automated tests with cypress.js,(...) software updates included.
"JWT and Scalability, Clustered Timers, JSON-B Configuration, Bulk Data and JAX-RS, EclipseLink,
Hibernate and Schema Validation, designing distributed storage applications, Payara Dockerfile explanation (topics and questions)", or 54th airhacks.tv
An airhacks.fm podcast conversation with Elder Moraes (@elderjava) about
Java EE at JavaONE, why Java EE at all, enjoying boring stuff, Java EE for pet projects, thinking freely about business problems, no distractions, servlets and JSPs, Java as career choice, Jakarta EE opinions, Oracle's Java EE stewardship,
Java EE 8 being late, Jakarta EE should remain boring, Jakarta EE and profiles, an idea for a Jakarta EE profile creation process, Eclipse Foundation and agility, the pace of MicroProfile, thoughts on Cloud Native, Java EE in Cloud Native environments,
Sebastian Daschner and successful Java EE careers, Java EE impact on startups, ES 6, TypeScript, thoughts on serverless, future of Jakarta EE, JVM overhead and microservices, GraalVM and Nashorn,
JavaONE vs Oracle Code, Java EE 8 recipes in the
Java EE 8 Cookbook. Checkout: eldermoraes.com, GitHub and @elderjava.
"Rx Use Cases, Languages for Blockchain and Cloud, Faster Deployments, PDF Generation, Rate Limiting / Throttling, Schedulers, Injection, Frontend Packaging, Injection vs. EJB, Authentication, Programmatic Timers, Scheduler, Microservices and Distributed Transactions, Complex Object Serialization (topics and questions)", or
An airhacks.fm podcast conversation with Mike Milinkovich @mmilinkov, about Cobol, APL, Smalltalk, Visual Age for Java, WebGain, TopLink,
"The Object People". Canadians run the Java World, Eclipse, plugins and OSGi, pragmatic modularization, the First Executive Eclipse Director,
Mark's Cavage role in opensourcing Java EE ee4j name confusion,
the Jakarta EE brand and logo, the migration from Java EE to Jakarta EE, why it is not possible to rename ee4j to Jakarta EE, working 50% on Jakarta EE,
working with Oracle lawyers, why not all JSR specs can not be contributed by Oracle, dealing with old specifications,
how to contribute to Jakarta EE project, how to become a Jakarta EE committer, the difference between Eclipse Foundation agreements and other foundations,
becoming an Eclipse member, becoming a member steering committee, hacking the Jakarta EE process by becoming a member without paying money,
the Jakarta EE release cadence, different cadences between ee4j and Jakarta EE, who decides what at Jakarta EE / Eclipse, specs become opensource projects,
committer based merocracy, how to start a new Jakarta EE subproject, Jakarta EE is "code first", Microsoft joins Jakarta EE,
the dangers of profiles, no politics, the specification Jakarta EE committee decides about profiles.