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Java EE Fundamentals – Microservices

This is the fifth post in the Java EE Fundamentals series Java EE Fundamentals – What is Java EE? Java EE Fundamentals – What is a Java Specification Request (JSR)? Java EE Fundamentals – What is a Reference Implementation?

Java EE Fundamentals – What is an Application Server?

This is the fourth in the Java EE Fundamentals series Java EE Fundamentals – What is Java EE? Java EE Fundamentals – What is a Java Specification Request (JSR)? Java EE Fundamentals – What is a JSR Reference Implementation?

Java EE Fundamentals – What is a JSR Reference Implementation?

This post is the third installment in the Java EE Fundamentals series Java EE Fundamentals – What is Java EE? Java EE Fundamentals – What is a Java Specification Request (JSR)? In the previous post, we looked at what a JSR is.

Java EE Fundamentals – What is a Java Specification Request (JSR)?

In the previous post, we looked at Java EE and what it means. We did mention that Java EE is made up of various components grouped into APIs under a program called the Java Specification Request (JSR). In this post, we are going to take a deeper look at what a JSR is.

New Java EE Course – The Theory of Java EE

I am pleased to announce the availability of our first course on Java EE, The Theory of Java EE. The Theory of Java EE is a course that is designed to give its audience a firm understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of Java EE. A lot of Java EE courses are code focused and dive right in to the meat of Java EE.

Taking BootFaces for a spin

I love Java EE. It’s my platform of choice for enterprise applications development.  However, I have had a love hate relationship with its standard UI framework JSF, preferring to use Vaadin instead.

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