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Better CDI Alignment in JPA 2.1/Java EE 7

A long standing open debate within the Domain-Driven Design (DDD) community is whether entities should be able to access application services (roughly business facades in J2EE patterns parlance) and repositories (roughly DAOs in J2EE patterns parlance). Show More Summary

Vaadin, CDI and Java EE

While some people miss this point, one of the key goals of introducing CDI into Java EE was to easily enable integrating solutions outside the standard into the platform. I was recently reminded of this myself when I saw the announcement...Show More Summary

San Diego Software Symposium - Mar 20 - 21, 2015

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the San Diego Software Symposium, Mar 20 - 21, 2015. Catch these Featured Sessions

Java EE @ JMaghreb 2014

JMaghreb 2014 was held on November 4-6. Organized by the Morocco JUG, JMaghreb is one of the largest Java developer conferences in North Africa. This was yet another brilliant year for the conference. Speakers included Patrick Curran,...Show More Summary

SpringOne2GX 2014 Keynote

Last fall, I had the distinct pleasure to keynote at Pivotal’s 2014 SpringOne2GX conference. My message was one of speed; that is, speed is the killer app. Indeed, Spring Boot has been a breath of fresh air and a boon to development velocity. Show More Summary

Vagrant with Docker provider, using WildFly and Java EE 7 image

What is Vagrant? Vagrant is a simplified and portable way to create virtual development environments. It works with multiple virtualization software such as VirtualBox, VMWare, AWS, and more. It also works with multiple configuration...Show More Summary

Simple Java EE (JSF) Login Page with JBoss PicketLink Security

Several years ago I wrote a tutorial about using Acegi/Spring Security with JavaServer Faces (JSF) to create a simple authentication / Login page. Times have changed, however, and Java EE is back in action, and I would no longer consider Spring a necessary piece of a Java EE application. Show More Summary

Build Kubernetes on Mac OS X (Tech Tip #70)

Key Concepts of Kubernetes explained the basic fundamentals of Kubernetes. Binary distributions of Kubernetes on Linux can be downloaded from Continuous Integration builds. But it needs to manually built on other platforms, for example Mac. Show More Summary

Greater Wisconsin Software Symposium - Mar 13 - 14, 2015

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Greater Wisconsin Software Symposium, Mar 13 - 14, 2015. Catch these Featured Sessions

Minecraft Modding with Forge: Pre-release of a New O’Reilly Book

Would you like to learn Minecraft Modding in a simple and easy-to-understand language? Don’t have any technical background or previous programming experience? Never programmed in Java? This new O’Reilly book on Minecraft Modding with Forge is targeted at parents and kids who would like to learn how to mod the game of Minecraft. Show More Summary

Calling All JSON Enthusiasts: Join JSON-P 1.1!

As many of you know the initial wave of Java EE 8 JSRs are now fully launched for a little while now, including the platform JSR itself, CDI 2, JSON-B, JMS 2.1, Servlet 4, JAX-RS 2.1, MVC and JSF 2.3. More recently three other Java EE...Show More Summary

Key Concepts of Kubernetes

What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers. It manages containerized applications across multiple hosts and provides basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of applications. It...Show More Summary

How to write effective and SEO-friendly blogs?

Everybody around you seems to be blogging and talk about effective and SEO-friendly content. You get all of this but don’t know how would you write SEO-friendly content. Where do you start? And what to blog about? How to structure content...Show More Summary

DevNexus 2015 - Early Bird pricing ends Jan 9

The countdown for DEVNEXUS 2015 (Workshop day March 10, main conference March 11-12) is on! The AJUG team has been working hard to secure speakers, build the new event site and make this year's event the best one ever: 3 days (1 workshop...Show More Summary

DevNexus 2015 at BMW's Car Hackathon

Thanks to my colleague Sabby Anandan, DevNexus 2015 is getting some mentioning at BMW's Car Hackathon - Hack The Drive in San Francisco. The event takes place this weekend January 11-12.Details at: are some photos:

Docker container linking across multiple hosts (Tech Tip #69)

Docker container linking is important concept to understand since any application in production will typically run on a cluster of containers across multiple hosts. But simple container linking does not allow cross-host communication. Whats...Show More Summary

Twin Cities Software Symposium - Mar 6 - 8, 2015

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Twin Cities Software Symposium, Mar 6 - 8, 2015. Catch these Featured Sessions

Reactive HTML presentations using Reveal.js, Gist, and OpenShift (Tech Tip #69)

Reveal.js is an HTML-base presentation framework. You just need a browser with CSS 3D transforms. That means Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and IE 10-11 are supported. It also provides a nice fallback for other legacy browsers. Check...Show More Summary

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