Java EE 7 Discussion with Robert Chinnici

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Following up on this week's earlier post on JavaEE 7, here is now an interview on the GlassFish Podcast with Roberto Chinnici (Java EE Platform Specification Lead at Oracle).

You can now also download Roberto's recent Java EE keynote presentation from JavaOne China (PDF: English, Chinese) for more background. The feedback via comments, emails and forum posts has been great so far, keep it coming!

This new episode is also a good opportunity to remind people about the GlassFish Podcast. You can subscribe using this syndication link, get to it via iTunes, and list all 71 published episodes. Of the recent ones, the Adam Bien interview (part 1, part 2) is now well over 3k downloads while the Play framework one is fast approaching 2k.

Comments:

How can u differ J2EE 7 from other versions

Posted by Mahamad Taj Shaik on January 30, 2011 at 03:28 PM PST #

Assuming I understand the question correctly, Java EE 7 (no more J2EE since version 5 in 2006) is set to address virtualization, cloud, modularity and more in a date-driven approach - i.e. what cannot be achieved for EE 7 will be in EE 8 (and will be able to leverage the work done in Java SE 8).

Posted by Alexis MP on January 30, 2011 at 04:47 PM PST #

Alexis, I just filed this bug at Eclipse regarding the Marketplace:
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=337474

For exactly that reason and J2ME, equally old, although in the absence of an accepted and established ME 3.0 (MIDP3 still struggeling and other parts far from accepted) I would say even Oracle has to accept, the sad truth, J2ME will haunt us a bit longer than J2EE.

Posted by Werner Keil on February 17, 2011 at 03:33 AM PST #

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