While Java may not always be the “sexiest” choice in today’s technology landscape, it might just be the best one for your needs.
Java has been around for the duration many professional developer careers. This event, brought to you by Chariot Solutions, will try to take stock of Java at 25.
Let’s take a look back at some key Java talks we’ve produced with our friends in the Java and open source community.
Now Java can rent a car! This week we discuss Java turning 25 years old, and Oracle’s 25 greatest Java apps ever written. Listen to the end for Ken’s little guitar ditty about Java: worth it.
In this episode, TechCast host Ken Rimple and Chariot consultant Will Vuong are in conversation with Brian Goetz. Brian heads up the Java language team at Oracle, and is one of our two keynotes for the year at Philly ETE 2019. Ken and Will ask Brian about where the language is headed in version 13, … Read More
Abstract Since last ETE, we’ve seen two more major versions of the JDK! What’s changed in the last year, and what’s coming down the road? Join Java Language Architect Brian Goetz in a whirlwind tour of just some of the features coming to Java next. About Brian Goetz Brian Goetz is the Java Language Architect … Read More
Abstract Have you heard about the latest garbage collectors (GCs) in OpenJDK HotSpot VM? Are you interested in learning more about their algorithm and design goals? Would you like a basic comparison between them and the current default collector in OpenJDK? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then this is the … Read More
Abstract Introducing Quarkus.io. The rise in popularity of the linux container as the primary way to package your application seemed like a simple change on the surface. Yet, as we saw with the Java Docker Fail problem, it was not a transition completely without challenges for the Java community. Furthermore, we have now seen a … Read More
Abstract In the Java ecosystem, we have historically been enamored by the concept of the “Application Server,” the runtime engine that not only gave us portable APIs (e.g. JMS, JAX-RS, JSF, EJB) but also gave us critical runtime infrastructure for things like farm deployments, configuration, load-balancing, fail-over, distributed management and monitoring. In this session, we … Read More
Let’s say you’re an Enterprise developer moving over to Single Page App development, and you have a whole pile of old Java apps to enable. One of the best platforms for Java-based development is Spring Boot, and it just happens to support REST.