Wednesday Jun 12, 2013

Fifteen JavaEE 7 APIs Featured in the Java Spotlight Podcast

JavaEE 7 has been officially released and the Java Spotlight Podcast has been supporting this major release by featuring almost every API change, both major and minor, for the last 11 months. There are fifteen Java Spotlight Podcast feature interviews with the JCP specification leads from Oracle, Red Hat, and IBM in a relaxed question and answer format.

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Tuesday Jun 05, 2012

Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker on Spring to Java EE 6 Migration Podcast

NLJUG leader and Java Champion Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker talk about migrating Spring applications to Java EE 6 in the latest issue of Java Spotlight Podcast, episode #85.

Bert and Paul talk about how to migrate your legacy Spring applications to use modern and lightweight Java EE 6 in five steps.

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The complete podcast is always fun but feel free to jump to 3:49 minutes into the show if you're in a hurry. They authored a series of article on the exact same topic starting here.

There is an extensive set of articles available that help you migrate from Spring to Java EE 6.

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Thursday May 31, 2012

Anil Gaur on Java EE 7 in the Java Spotlight Podcast

The latest issue of Java Spotlight Podcast, your weekly shot of Java from Oracle, has Anil Gaur on the show for an interview in episode #84.

Anil Gaur the VP of Development at Oracle responsible for WebLogic, GlassFish, and Java EE.

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Anil talks about automatic service provisioning, elasticity, and multi-tenancy in Java EE 7. He also explains the benefits of vendor-neutrality and portable applications. The complete podcast is always fun but feel free to jump to 6:25 minutes into the show if you're in a hurry.

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Thursday Mar 01, 2012

GlassFish 3.1.2 - new Podcast episode

For those of you that like the audio version of the GlassFish 3.1.2, you can tune in to the latest GlassFish Podcast episode, a 25-minute interview of Joe Di Pol, the engineering tech lead for this release.

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Wednesday Oct 19, 2011

Cameron Purdy on the Java Spotlight Podcast

The Java Spotlight Podcast, your weekly fix of Java from Oracle (with more than 250k downloads) had Cameron Purdy on the show for an interview in episode #52.

Cameron the VP of Development at Oracle responsible for WebLogic, GlassFish, Java EE, TopLink, and of course Coherence.

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That's a pretty nice set of technologies right there and if you're interested the hear how the pieces come together under the Cloud/PaaS theme, make sure to listen to this interview (7 minutes into the show if you're in a hurry).

JavaOne 2011 was a great opportunity to interview a lot of folks so make sure you subscribe to the podcast for future content.

GlassFish Podcast Series - Community Stories from JavaOne

Admittedly, one of the most successful part of the GlassFish Community Event at this year's JavaOne was the "customer stories" portion.

We're now making the content for those six "GlassFish in Production" stories available in a series of episodes on the GlassFish Podcast.

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You will also find equivalent entries, slides and even a video on our Stories blog. The different GlassFish use cases are quite impressive. Most by the load they handle (Grizzly was appraised by most speakers), others by the importance of the Java EE 6 standard, and others yet by the critical nature of the customer-facing sites that their run (ESPN is an obvious example here).

We had also asked the speakers to articulate both what they liked and what could be improved as you'll hear in the presentations. This has created for us a very nice list of prioritized improvements to work on. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast to catch further episodes, and if you're not familiar with the podcast, you may want to take a look at the full list of episodes.

Our big thanks goes out to all six of our speakers and to their employers for having them share this with the wider GlassFish community. If you have a story you'd like to share with us and the rest of the GlassFish community, you don't have to wait for next year's JavaOne, please send us email (see the "Contact Us" section on this blog) and we'll make sure your experience is available to the community.

Wednesday Oct 12, 2011

JavaOne 2011 Technical Keynote - Java EE 7 (Video, Podcast)

While all the JavaOne 2011 keynotes are available from the OTN Media Network, if you're interested in the Java EE portion of the technical keynote you can now get straight to it on the GlassFish YouTube Channel or on the GlassFish Podcast.

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The audio/podcast version is Episode #77 and is only 15 minutes as the demo portion was edited out (not ideal in audio-only format). If you want to get to the demo details, consider the video or the detailed instructions to run it yourself. There is a dedicated page on the elasticity part of the demo.

Remember you can track the progress of the Java EE 7 Expert Group as well as the work going on in the GlassFish 4.0 builds (we're now down to build 5 now)..

Thursday Sep 29, 2011

Pre-JavaOne 2011 GlassFish Podcast Episode

Just in time before the conference starts, here's a short GlassFish Podcast episode discussing the GlassFish and Java EE content at this year's JavaOne 2011 conference.

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Thursday Aug 04, 2011

New GlassFish Podcast on what's new in 3.1.1

If you've missed this as part of the GlassFish 3.1.1 release a few days ago, episode #75 of the GlassFish Podcast is an interview with Sathyan Catari about what's new in this release.

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Sathyan covers the scope of this release, how it relates to GlassFish 3.1, the community and customer feedback that drove the requirements and the many updated components we included. We also discuss what it means to support JDK 7 and a few other new features. Check it out!

Friday Jul 29, 2011

Java Spotlight Podcast - Special Java 7, GlassFish 3.1.1, NetBeans 7.0.1 episode

The Java Spotlight Podcast has a new episode out (#41) which is all about the new Java releases: Java 7 (of course) but also GlassFish 3.1.1 and NetBeans 7.0.1 (shipping any day now).

Dalibor is the main Java guy in the episode with Geertjan covering the NetBeans part and myself (Alexis) doing the GlassFish talking. Here's the podcast feed.

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Sunday Jul 03, 2011

GlassFish featured in latest Java Spotlight Podcast episode

The Java Spotlight Podcast keeps on rolling with episode #32 just posted. This one was recorded live from FISL with special guest Anil Gaur, VP of Java EE and GlassFish at Oracle.

In his interview Anil discusses the latest 3.1 release of GlassFish, the difference between the open source and Oracle versions as well as the future of Java EE.

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Thursday Jun 02, 2011

EclipseLink discussion over at the GlassFish Podcast

What is the reference implementation for JPA 2.0? What is the difference between TopLink and EclipseLink? Where is the project being used outside of GlassFish? How is the project run at Eclipse? Anything done for PaaS and multi-tenancy? What is MOXy?

Is you're asking yourself any of those questions, you'll find answers in the latest episode of the GlassFish Podcast, an interview with Doug Clarke.

The podcast is accessible via iTunes or its main webpage.

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Friday Apr 29, 2011

Latest podcast - GlassFish Voices

The latest episode (#73) of the GlassFish Podcast is out. It's a bit different from the other ones (mostly 1-1 interviews) since it has about 20+ participants.

These are Oracle employees working on GlassFish briefly sharing who they are, what they did for the recent 3.1 release and what they'll be up to for GlassFish 3.2 and related efforts.

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I couldn't get to talk to every single engineer but I'm hoping this gives you a chance to hear the voice of the people that brought you GlassFish. You may get a glimpse at the upcoming and exciting 3.2 work too!