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Podcast: JET-Propelled JavaScript

Bob Rhubart
Community Manager, Oracle Groundbreakers Team

JavaScript has been around since 1995. But a lot has changed in nearly a quarter-century. No longer limited to the browser, JavaScript has become a full fledged programming language, finding increasing use in enterprise application development. In this program a panel of experts explores the evolution of JavaScript, discusses how it is used in modern development projects, and then takes a close look at Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit, otherwise known as JET. Take a listen!

This program is Oracle Groundbreakers podcast #363. It was recorded on Thursday January 17, 2019.

The Panelists

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Joao Tiago Abreu Joao Tiago Abreu
Software Engineer and Oracle JET Specialist, Crossjoin Solutions, Portugal
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Andrejus Baranovskis Andrejus Baranovskis
Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador
Oracle ACE Director
CEO & Oracle Expert, Red Samurai Consulting
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Luc Bors Luc Bors
Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador
Oracle ACE Director
Partner & Technical Director, eProseed, Netherlands
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John Brock John Brock
Senior Manager, Product Management, Development Tools, Oracle, Seattle, WA
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Daniel Curtis Daniel Curtis
Oracle Front End Developer, Griffiths Waite, UK
Author of Practical Oracle JET: Developing Enterprise Applications in JavaScript (June 2019, Apress)
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Additional Resources

Coming Soon

  • DevOps, Streaming, Liquid Software, and Observability. Featuring panelists Baruch Sadogursky, Leonid Igolnik, and Viktor Gamov
  • Polyglot Programming and GraalVM. Featuring panelists Rodrigo Botafogo, Roberto Cortez, Dr. Chris Seaton, Oleg Selajev.
  • Serverless and the Fn Project. A discussion of where Serverless fits in the IT landscape. Panelists TBD.

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