Monday Feb 27, 2012

LE GlassFish (French GlassFish Literature)

Jérôme Lafosse's French Java EE book (Amazon, Author Interview) was published in 2011 and French developer portal developpez.com now has the GlassFish chapter freely available.

Jérôme has also written a book dedicated to GlassFish.

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In other French GlassFish literature, Antonio Goncalves' Java EE book has been translated to French.

Friday Oct 28, 2011

Le GlassFish - a French Webinar on Nov. 3rd 2011

We have a new GlassFish Webinar coming up this week, and this time it'll be in French!

Thursday 3rd November, 2011
7am (PT), 10am (ET), 15:00 (France)
"GlassFish - Serveur Java EE Open Source et Opérationnel"
Register / S'enregistrer

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I'll have the pleasure of delivering this webinar. Rendez-vous ce Jeudi!
All upcoming webinars as well as replays are, as always, listed on glassfish.org/webinars.

Sunday Nov 14, 2010

GlassFish Tips and Links #14: InfraDNA and CloudBees, JSF Composites, Embedded GlassFish, JProfiler, JQuery and XMPP...

Recent Tips and News on Java EE 6 & GlassFish:

Informational Sign

Tips

TOTD #147: Java Server Faces 2.0 Composite Components using NetBeans - DRY your code (Arun)
TOTD #148: JPA2 Metamodel Classes in NetBeans 7.0 - Writing type-safe Criteria API (Arun)
Step by Step tutorial to create a JAX-WS with Eclipse, CXF and Glassfish V3 (Ahmed Al-Moayed)
Profiling GlassFish 3 with JProfiler : Shing Wai Chan's Weblog (Shing Wai Chan)
Using JQuery, XMPP and Atmosphere to cluster your WebSocket/Comet application (JFA)
Unit testing services, part 2 – Embedded Glassfish (Ivan St. Ivanov)

French Posts on GlassFish

ArKZoYd has a whole collection of posts in French on GlassFish; see

Mes blogs classés par thèmes
• All posts Tagged as GlassFish, and
Installer Glassfish 3.0.1 en mode silencieux, as an example.

Trip Reports

OTN Developer Days 2010, New York City Trip Report (Arun)
Oredev 2010 Trip Report (Arun)
JFall 2010 - Yet another great Java conference (Alexis)

Hudson News

Lusis: Using Hudson and RVM for Ruby unit testing
Hudson / JRuby integration preliminary report
InfraDNA and CloudBees joining forces: KK's post, CloudBees post, JAXEnter, PR.
  • The new offering is called Nectar

Other Related News

NetBeans 7.0 M2 and Maven 3 - Better than M2Eclipse? (Gunther Popp)
An Introduction to OpenFaces
SunSolve is Moving

Monday Oct 11, 2010

Translations of Today's OpenJDK Announcement

Today's announcement is "A Big Deal" (tm) and several folks are helping translate it to get the word out more widely. Here are the ones our group is doing directly:

English (Eduardo)
Mandarin (Joe Wang, Amy Kang, Stephen Hu)
French (Alexis)
Italian (Fabrizio Gianneschi)
Portuguese (Fabiane)
Spanish (Eduardo)
Japanese (Tatsukuni Inoue)

If you are aware of other translations, please post them as comments and I'll incorporate

The english version will be updated with links real-time; the others will be updated once a day or so.

Saturday Apr 10, 2010

Replays for GlassFish Roadmap Now Available

The replays from our presentation on the GlassFish Roadmap are now available in different formats, including SlideCast (Slides with synchronized audio):

PDF and FAQ
Direct PDF link
• SlideCast English, French, Spanish.
• MP3 direct links English, French, Spanish

I believe Alexis will create some GlassFishPodcast entries for it.

We will provide an update if we make additional languages available.

Monday Sep 15, 2008

Second Edition of Java EE 5 and GlassFish Book

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Alexis announced Antonio's JavaEE 5 Book in May 07 but I can't find the TA entry - probably too busy with the JavaOne 07 events. Fortunately, he is giving us another chance!

The second edition of Antonio's Java EE 5 book is now available and it comes with more content on GlassFish Server - still only in french, though. Check out the details of the new edition at Antonio's Announcement, at Eyrolles (the publisher) and at Amazon.fr.

Book announcements are tagged Book. I'm planning a recap entry on the topic in a couple of days.

Monday Feb 04, 2008

Polyglot GlassFish

Polyglot Calendar

Following the footsteps of previous versions, GlassFish v2ur1 (first released in December 2007) now support seven languages: Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, French, German and Spanish. Some of the web content is also localized. As always community help and feedback is welcome.

Ming has more details here. Downloads are available from the GlassFish or Sun Application Server download pages.

Wednesday Oct 31, 2007

GlassFish in 7 Languages - Now Available!

Ming has announced the availability of GlassFish v2 in 7 languages:

Diagram of a Babel Fish

Chinese
Japanese
Spanish
German
Korean
French
Simplified Chinese

For more details and additional distributions, check Ming's note. Note that the translations of the web site go down one level, then they revert to english. And, if you are interested in helping, please participate at g11n@glassfish.dev.java.net.

Your Help Wanted! I encourage you to download your favorite localized version and post your experience on this blog; what worked, and what didn't work. Thanks!

Corrected! I've corrected this entry; I've also written a follow-up entry with more info for the Spanish Locale.

Tuesday Feb 27, 2007

GlassFish en français - A dedicated forum on developpez.net

The GlassFish project has its own forums and mailing lists, but often times people feel more confortable using their native language. Developpez.com (a popular website for French-speaking developers) has recently opened a forum dedicated to GlassFish.

First questions cover things such as the difference between GlassFish and the Sun-branded Application Server, GlassFish roadmap, differences with JBoss, JMS limitations, etc...

You'll also find a provocative "Does GlassFish stand a chance?" debate :) The comments are actually very positive and encouraging. My favorite quote is this "I was waiting for another Open Source application server, and clearly found GlassFish instead".

Feel free to comment here if you'd like to see more content in French or in a language other than English. Here's a GlassFish presentation in French from the recent Solution Linux conference in Paris.

Rendez-vous donc chez developpez!