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JavaServer Faces 2.3 (JSF 2.3)

Ed Burns (Specification Lead of JSF 2.2 - JSR 344) has just posted a draft JSR proposal for JavaServer Faces 2.3. Manfred Riem will help Ed to drive JSF forward. If you have been involved in the JSF community, you should know Manfred...Show More Summary

Greater Atlanta Software Symposium - Sep 12 - 14, 2014

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Greater Atlanta Software Symposium, Sep 12 - 14, 2014. Catch these Featured Sessions

I’m getting better

Dear Reader, Those that know me know that I have 2 hobbies – outside of computers – that I love dearly; Scuba Diving and shooting. One of the aspects that I love about these two activities is that the lovely and talented Kathy participats in both of them with me. Today I was at the […]

What is Your Minimum Agile Reading List?

In preparation for my talk, Agile Projects, Programs, and Portfolio Management: No Air Quotes Required, I have created a Minimum Reading List for an Agile Transition. Note the emphasis on minimum. I could have added many more books to this list. Show More Summary

Java Posse #456

Roundup ‘14 - Inspire Me Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at Scala by the Bay conference, August 8th and 9th in San Francisco, CA. There will also be several training courses offered around the conference...Show More Summary

Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 6 (Tech Tip #40)

This is the sixth part (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to add Java EE 7 Batch functionality. Part 1 showed howShow More Summary

What every developer should know about testing - part 1

The short version of this blog post is that this week and next week on pyVmomi will be spent on radically improved testing code and processes. This testing process will become part of the commit cycle. And, it's about damn time. Once...Show More Summary

Why Testing in Women Testers Magazine

I have an article in a new online magazine, Women Testers, the July 2014 edition. My article is called “Why Testing?” When I was a tester or a developer, I asked many questions. As a project manager, program manager or consultant, I still ask many questions. Show More Summary

Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java 2.0 (CDI 2.0)

CDI (Context and Dependency Injection) is a 'recent' specification. CDI 1.0 has been introduced in Java EE 6 and has been slightly revised (CDI 1.1) for Java EE 7. In just a few years, CDI has become a key technology for the Java EE platform. Show More Summary

Shape the future of JBoss EAP and WildFly Web Console

Are you using WildFly ? Any version of JBoss EAP ? Would you like to help us define how the Web Console for future versions should look like ? Help the Red Hat UX Design team shape the future of JBoss EAP and WildFly! We are currently working to improve the usability and information architecture of the web-based admin console. Show More Summary

Do Teams Gel or Jell?

In my role as technical editor for, I have the opportunity to read many terrific articles. I also have the opportunity to review and comment on those articles. One such comment is what do teams do? Do they “gel” or do they “jell”? Gel is what you put in hair. Show More Summary

Java EE @ UberConf

UberConf was held June 24 - June 27 in Denver, Colorado. For those unaware, this is essentially the largest single annual event under the NFJS umbrella and to a certain extent the culminating point of the US based tour. Unlike the usual NFJS events that are squarely locally focused, it's intent is to be a national/international conference. Show More Summary

Getting Started with Docker (Tech Tip #39)

If the numbers of articles, meetups, talk submissions at different conferences, tweets, and other indicators are taken into consideration, then seems like Docker is going to solve world hunger. It would be nice if it would, but apparently not. Show More Summary

What Next For Java

At Time Warner Cable we're in the midst of an acquisition. There is a possibility hat many of us will be changing jobs in the coming years. Since we've been at our current gig we have switched from using Java to Groovy and Scala. A while...Show More Summary

Java API for JSON Binding (JSON-B)

JSON-P (Java API for JSON Processing - JSR-353) provides a portable standard solution to parse, generate, transform, and query JSON using 2 APIs, a streaming API and an object model API based on the streaming API. JSON-P was one of the...Show More Summary

Adding Java EE 7 Batch Addon to JBoss Forge ? – Part 5 (Tech Tip #38)

This is the fourth part (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to add Java EE 7 Batch functionality. Part 1 showed how to getShow More Summary

VRaptor 4: A CDI Based MVC Framework for Java EE

As you may know one of the surprising results of the Java EE 8 survey was the desire for an action oriented MVC framework for Java EE. What many folks may not be aware is that there are actually a few action oriented web framework solutions out there that are already very aligned with Java EE. Show More Summary Complete Feature Overview [Webinar recording]

This video shows all the major features and some smaller features. The video covers: Creating app UI with visual builder Setting up  a cloud database for app storage Sending push messages Using Server Code to write custom app...Show More Summary

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