Wednesday Feb 26, 2014

Java EE 8 Community Survey: The Next Phase

The results are in for the Java EE 8 Community Survey.  We've had a terrific response to the survey, with over 2500 participants in Part 1 and over 1800 in Part 2!

You can find a summary of the results at https://java.net/projects/javaee-spec/downloads/download/JavaEE8_Community_Survey_Results.pdf

The next phase of this information gathering involves asking for feedback from the community in prioritizing among the most highly rated features from parts 1 and 2 of the survey.  You can read about it here:

https://blogs.oracle.com/theaquarium/entry/java_ee_community_survey_part

It would be great if you could give us your views on Java EE 8 AND also spread the word in your network. This is how the Java community builds releases!

Friday Feb 07, 2014

Java EE Curriculum Survey


 Take this survey and help us better understand which APIs and Java versions are the most important to you as a Java  EE developer. The results of the survey will enable us to update our training material and certifications for Java EE 7 to better suit the Java community. 

The survey will take you ~5 minutes. Your answers will remain anonymous and you won't be contacted by Oracle as a result of answering this survey

Monday Jan 13, 2014

Java EE 8 Community Survey - Part 2!

By Guest BloggerDavid Delabassee 

The second part of the Java EE 8 Community Survey is now open!

During the last 5 weeks, we have been positively surprised by the community responses on the first part of the survey. We have received a lot of valuable feedback! That means we have *a lot of data* to process, a really nice problem to face! Thanks to all who participated in Part 1! If you haven't, there still time to answer Part 1.

Part 2 of the survey is focusing on topics such as Cloud, Security, Logging, Deployment, Testability, etc. We are again soliciting your feedback on those different topics.

In a few weeks from now, once the results of the 2 parts have been distilled and summarized, we will share those results with the community. The next step would then be to ask you to help us prioritize those features.

Thanks in advance for helping us to set the initial directions of Java EE 8 by participating in Part 2 of the Community Survey.

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