Thursday Mar 19, 2015

Java EE and HTML 5 by Adam Bien


NetBeans comes with HTML 5 project support. The project wizard accelerates the setup:

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Watch the video here and see you at Java EE Workshops at Munich Airport, Terminal 2, particularly at HTML 5 workshop or Virtual Dedicated Workshops / consulting.

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Monday Jan 05, 2015

#2 NetBeans Rocks: Maven, Ant, HTML 5 Support by Adam Bien

clip_image002Maven 3, Ant, HTML 5 are supported out-of-the-box. No plugins, no magic, no indirections. Watch the video here.

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Thursday Nov 20, 2014

HTML5, WebSockets and Java EE 7 & Screencast by Adam Bien

clip_image002A simplest possible example for HTML - Java EE 7 communication using WebSockets. Watch the video here.

See also other screencasts at: http://tv.adam-bien.com or subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/user/bienadam.

See you at Java EE Workshops at Munich's Airport, particularly at the Java EE User Interfaces or / and Java EE 7 and HTML 5 workshops!

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Wednesday Jul 30, 2014

GlassFish, Future and No Secret Agenda–An Interview With John Clingan, GlassFish Product Manager by Adam Bien

Adam Bien: Hi John, please introduce yourself. What is your Java background? What was your first contact with Java?

John Clingan: I am the product manager (PM) for Java EE and GlassFish Server at Oracle and Sun Microsystems before that, beginning with Java EE 5 and GlassFish v2. In the last six months I have also picked up PM responsibilities for EclipseLink, the JPA reference implementation developed in the Eclipse community, and Project Avatar, a server-side JavaScript for the JVM that supports the Node programming model. While I truly enjoy being the PM for Java EE and GlassFish (7 years now), I am enjoying the new responsibilities as a change of pace. They all keep me very busy!

Adam Bien: From Zero To A Killer Appserver. This was my perception of the early GlassFish releases. What was the major driver behind the sudden quality increase?

John Clingan: Well, in my humble (and biased ☺) opinion, GlassFish has always been and remains a high-quality product. Keep in mind that a significant portion of GlassFish source code was the result of open sourcing the Sun Java System Application Server (SJSAS). SJSAS was a mature and feature rich product in its own right, and was deployed in many business critical environments by well-known organizations. GlassFish did not have the same challenges that new open source projects typically have, like building up new features from scratch, both around core development features as well as manageability. With the exception of new Java EE 5 features in GlassFish v1, it was battle-tested from day one as an open source project.

Adam Bien: Oracle dropped the commercial support for GlassFish. Could you reveal any secrets about this decision? What was the motivation?

John Clingan: No secret agenda or ulterior motive. We have been transparent about the reasoning behind it. It was becoming increasingly difficult to justify supporting, patching, and developing production features for GlassFish when Oracle WebLogic Server already fills that need. It is not productive to invest in two products that address the same market. However, GlassFish and WebLogic Server do fill differentiated and very important roles. GlassFish continues to fulfill the role of the Java EE reference implementation and is the first to support the latest Java EE standard. This offers a means for developers to learn the latest standards until vendors follow with commercial implementations. Commercial implementations by their nature follow the Java EE standard by 6+ months due to their need to integrate with a vendors broader product portfolio. So, Oracle continues to invest in GlassFish to address the role of the reference implementation as well as a high quality and productive development environment. Oracle WebLogic Server is the preferred Oracle application server for production deployment.

Adam Bien: Nevertheless, GlassFish is still alive. Would you appreciate more community contribution, if yes in which areas?

John Clingan: Yes, contributions are always welcome and should be based on whatever developers are able contribute. As always, bug reports, bug fixes, etc are welcome. Supporting the community in the discussion forums and mailing lists is another great way to contribute. Since we are starting down the Java EE 8 path, Adopt-A-JSR will directly impact GlassFish as the RI and Java EE the standard. We also accept feature contributions.

Adam Bien: Would you appreciate commercial support from other ISVs? Could Oracle support such vendors with e.g. appearance on the homepage etc? Read the complete interview here.

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Monday May 19, 2014

Introduction to GlassFish Management and Monitoring By Reza Rahman & Adam Bien

Robust management and monitoring is a key value proposition for modern Java EE application servers that most developers seem to be unaware of. Fortunately this is changing rapidly as more and more developers get exposed to operations concerns via the DevOps movement.

GlassFish has never been a slouch when it comes to management and monitoring (although an application server like WebLogic truly excels in this area).

GlassFish has long provided many ways for management and monitoring including the admin console GUI, the asadmin command-line tool, a REST admin interface and JMX. If you don't know about these features as a GlassFish user, you owe it to yourself to learn a bit more about it.

A golden opportunity for this was recently organized by our friends at the London GlassFish User Group. On March 6th they organized an excellent virtual event with celebrated Java EE advocate, author, JCP expert and Java Champion Adam Bien on GlassFish management and monitoring. Fortunately for all of us, the event was recorded and you can check out the video below:

Much of the material covered in the talk is also covered in a recent OTN article that Adam wrote - it might be easier to use as a reference. Watch the Adam Bien video here. & Read the complete article here.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

Commercial GlassFish Support Is Back – Adam Bien’s Interview with Steve Millidge

Adam Bien: What is the relation between C2B2 and GlassFish?
Steve Millidge: We've had a long history helping customers to use GlassFish in production environments. In fact my first ever conference speech in California was at Sun's CommunityOne conference on Monitoring and Tuning GlassFish back in 2009, so we go back a long way. We were Sun partners back then, promoting GlassFish, and our now Oracle Gold Partners. We have a number of customers we support on GlassFish and we also run the London GlassFish User group. With the announcement from Oracle we are now gearing up our effort to build up the community of contributors on the core GlassFish source to ensure a good response when bugs and patches are needed.

AB: What is C2B2's Commercial GlassFish support? What will a customer get for the money?
SM: We provide 24/7 operational support to customers deploying GlassFish in production.  Read the complete article here.

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Monday Mar 03, 2014

Virtual Event: London GlassFish User Group with Adam Bien March 6th 2014

GlassFish comes with useful management API, which allows you to manipulate the GlassFish application server's configuration, including its monitoring capabilities. In this session I will introduce you to GlassFish’ monitoring and management API and how I use them in my Java EE 7 projects.

Thursday 6th of March 2014 4:30pm GMT/ 5:30pm CET
Details and registration here.

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Sunday Jun 09, 2013

The Ultimate Java EE Event – 16 Power Workshops mit allen wichtigen Java-EE-Themen

24. - 26. Juni 2013, Holiday Inn München-Unterhaching
In drei parallel laufenden Tracks - Core Technologies, Best Practices und Architecture – lernen Sie, wie Sie mit Java EE 6 und 7 Real-Life-Enterprise-Anwendungen optimal planen, realisieren und zu einem erfolgreichen Abschluss bringen, welche Stärken und Schwächen die verschiedenen Technologien haben oder wie Sie bei der Wahl einer geeigneten Architektur vorgehen sollten. Am dritten Tag wird das erlernte Know-how der ersten beiden Tage in „Do-it-yourself“-Workshops" zusammengefasst.

Alle Details finden Sie auf www.java-ee-summit.de. Sie haben Fragen oder Wünsche zum Java EE Summit? Senden Sie uns bitte eine E-Mail an info@entwickler-akademie.de oder rufen Sie uns an unter +49 (0)331 287952-40.

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Monday Apr 29, 2013

The Most Interesting NetBeans Release is Out: 7.3 by Adam Bien

NetBeans 7.3 - probably the most interesting release ever is out. I use 7.3 dev builds since JavaOne 2012 and completely switched all of my HTML development to NetBeans (from Koda 2, Espresso, BBEdit, TextMate etc.). NetBeans 7.3 comes with great support for CSS 3, HTML 5, JavaScript, Chrome Plugin combined with GIT, SVN and Mercurial as well as integrated issue trackers. The CSS, HTML formatting and code completions alone were worth for me to drop commercial tools in favor of NetBeans.

Java EE, Java FX and Java SE are also well supported but this is nothing new :-).

If you are new to NetBeans, do not be disappointed. After a single double-click you will have to start to work immediately. You woould not get any extra days to download the plugins and make your IDE work :-)

I will use NetBeans 7.3 (or dev builds) during the airhacks.com and all other events as well.

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Wednesday Mar 20, 2013

OOP 2013 Conference Presentations

Thanks to all the partners and Oracle team who presented the Java Developer Day during the OOP 2013 conference! Markus Eisele and Enno Schulte published a summery of the day.

For those who could not come to Munich we uploaded all the presentations to the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required):

Überblick und RoadmapWolfgang Weigend
Java FXPeter Doschkinow
ADF Mobile - Torsten Winterberg
Java EE – Adam Bien
Java CloudMarkus Eisele

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Tuesday Jan 08, 2013

Java roadmap by Wolfgang Weigend at OOP 2013

Oracle Developer Day OOP 2013 – become a Java expert & get a free ticket

Wolfgang Weigend, Oracle Java Expertwolfgang

Will present details about Java and the roadmap ahead – make sure you attend the Oracle Developer Day at OOP 2013!

Want to learn more about Java Roadmap, Java EE, Java FX, Java Cloud, ADF mobile, Rest and big data and try it hands-on? Make sure you attend the Oracle Developer Day 2013 with Adam Bien, Markus Eisele, Torsten Winterberg, Guido Schmut,  Wolfgang Weigend and Peter Doschkinow!

Thursday January 24th 2013 Munich Conference Center

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Agenda

9.00-9.30:        Java Überblick und Roadmap – Wolfgang Weigend

9.30-10.00:       Java FX  – Peter Doschkinow

10.00-10.30:       ADF Mobile - Torsten Winterberg

10.30-11.00:       Pause

11.00-11.45:       Java EE – Adam Bien

11.45.12.15:       Java Cloud – Markus Eisele

12.15-12.45:       Java, big data & service bus & twitter– Guido Schmutz

12.45-14.30:       Mittag

14.30-16.30:       Hans-on workshops (parallel)

Website with detail and Agenda

Free registration for Exhibition and Oracle Developer Day

For more information about Java please visit www.oracle.com/java

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Friday Dec 07, 2012

Oracle Developer Day OOP 2013 – become a Java expert & get a free ticket

Want to become a Java Expert?

Want to learn more about Java Roadmap, Java EE, Java FX, Java Cloud, ADF mobile, Rest and big data and try it hands-on? Make sure you attend the Oracle Developer Day 2013 with Adam Bien, Markus Eisele, Torsten Winterberg, Guido Schmut,  Wolfgang Weigend and Peter Doschkinow!

Thursday January 24th 2013 Munich Conference Center

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Agenda

9.00-9.30:        Java Überblick und Roadmap – Wolfgang Weigend

9.30-10.00:       Java FX  – Peter Doschkinow

10.00-10.30:       ADF Mobile - Torsten Winterberg

10.30-11.00:       Pause

11.00-11.45:       Java EE – Adam Bien

11.45.12.15:       Java Cloud – Markus Eisele

12.15-12.45:       Java, big data & service bus & twitter– Guido Schmutz

12.45-14.30:       Mittag

14.30-16.30:       Hans-on workshops (parallel)

Website with detail and Agenda

Free registration for Exhibition and Oracle Developer Day

For more information about Java please visit www.oracle.com/java

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Friday Nov 16, 2012

Java EE Summit December 3rd-5th Cologne, Germany

The Ultimate Java EE Event / 16 interaktive Power Workshops mit allen wichtigen Java-EE-Themen /           03. - 05. Dezember 2012 / Lindner Hotel City Plaza Köln

16 Java EE Workshops in 3 days:

Track: Java EE Core Technologies

· Core – JPA 2.x - Arne Limburg

· Core – EJB 3.1 und 3.2 - Jens Schumann

· Core – CDI 1.0 & 1.1 - Mark Struberg

· Core – JSF 2.x - Lars Röwekamp

Track: Best Practices

· Pitfalls in Java EE - Mark Struberg

· Java EE UI - Adam Bien

· Modeling meets Code - Arne Limburg

· Java EE Security - Adam Bien

Track: Java EE Kickstart

· Kickstart – Java-EE-Architekturen - Jens Schumann

· Kickstart – Java Web Profile - Lars Röwekamp

· Kickstart – Events und Messaging - Thilo Frotscher

· Kickstart – Services: REST und WS-* Thilo Frotscher

“Do it yourself” – Workshop Day

· Java EE Core – Putting together - Jens Schumann, Lars Röwekamp

· Java EE Core – Putting together: Extended Edition

· Java EE 6/7 – Productivity with Joy: Development - Adam Bien

· Java EE 6/7 – Productivity with Joy: Testing - Adam Bien

>> Night Session mit Matthias Weßendorf:

· Future: New School Web Apps

For more information and registration please visit www.java-ee-summit.de/zeitplaner.

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Wednesday Oct 10, 2012

Real World Java EE Patterns by Adam Bien

Rethinking Best Practices, A book about rethinking patterns, best practices, idioms and Java EE

Real World Java EE Patterns - Rethinking Best Practices discusses patterns and best practices in a structured way, with code from real world projects. This book covers: an introduction into the core principles and APIs of Java EE 6, principles of transactions, isolation levels, CAP and BASE, remoting, pragmatic modularization and structure of Java EE applications, discussion of superfluous patterns and outdated best practices, patterns for domain driven and service oriented components, custom scopes, asynchronous processing and parallelization, real time HTTP events, schedulers, REST optimizations, plugins and monitoring tools, and fully functional JCA 1.6 implementation.
Real World Java EE Night Hacks - Dissecting the Business Tier will not only help experienced developers and architects to write concise code, but especially help you to shrink the codebase to unbelievably small sizes :-). Order here.

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