Newest Docker 1.6 release was pushed
yesterday. Normally, no reason to go crazy, but this time I think, it's worth a blog. Because, it finally contains the first Docker Client for Windows. If you hated having to ssh into your instance and having to do everything via boot2docker: This is over now.
You can download official distribution of Docker Client for Windows by either installing it from the Chocolatey
package manager (which I never (more...)
Paul and I are running the Virtual JBoss User Group and we aim for delivering interesting and high profile talks around all kinds of JBoss projects and technologies. I normally don't blog about every upcoming meeting, but let me highlight some, which I find very interesting and I am very happy to have them on our channel.How to contribute to JBoss WildFly? Hacking on the next Java EE Version - Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 5 (more...)
Developer Interview time again. Not a Friday, but it was recorded on one. And because it is so awesome, I decided to push it out as soon as I can. Fellow Arquillian
contributor Alex Soto (@alexsotob
) found some time to briefly walk us through what Arquillian is, and how it works and deep dives into the new extension called Cube
which is an extension that can be used to manager Docker containers from (more...)
You already know, that the RebelLabs
team generates awesome content and you might have come across one of their surveys in the past. I occasionally tweet about them, but just recently they launched something which directly went down to my heart.What do Assistant Dogs And Java Have in Common?
Actually, RebelLabs started to donate money to charities for each completed survey. And this time the survey is all about Java performance, profilers and tooling. (more...)
All of my readers should know, that I am part of the organizing team behind JavaLand
. We celebrated JavaLand just a short week ago and it was amazing to catch up with all of my peers from around the world and bring such an amazing event to Germany.
One part, which I am very proud about is the JavaLand4Kids initiative that was launched this year. Modeled and inspired by Devoxx4Kids this was one of the (more...)
I had the pleasure to be invited to the virtual JUG
yesterday. It is a big honor for many reasons: First of all, I am part of the vJUG board and second because it was my second time presenting to this great group of Java interested people. It is always a pleasure to be invited back.Architecting Large Enterprise Java Projects
In the past I’ve been building component oriented applications with what I had at (more...)
Travelling has downsides. Especially when coming back to the office to catch up with all the tasks being actively postponed. One of them has been sitting here for too long: It took me a while to get this latest review for Packt Publishing out the door. But this is the good side of traveling, you have plenty of time to read and educate yourself on topics.AbstractWildFly
8 is a modular, lightweight, Java EE-compliant (more...)
TGIF! And time for a new episode in my developer interview series. With everybody going crazy about containers, Docker
and such I decided to talk to someone who once was a middleware/Java EE guy and let him introduce all the latest news and stuff around OpenShift Enterprise v3.
Veer Muchandi is a Senior Middleware Specialist/Architect at RedHat, an open source enthusiast specifically in OpenShift PaaS and Java EE
. Veer is also an Enterprise Architect with (more...)
Today, Arun announced
the creation of the JBoss Champions Program
in Red Hat. JBoss Champions is a selected group of community members who are passionate advocate of JBoss technologies
under a program sponsored by Red Hat. JBoss Champions use a variety of JBoss technologies and actively share their deep technical expertise about it in the community, within their company and their customers or partners. This could be done in forums, blogs, screencasts, tweets, conferences, social (more...)
Developer interview Friday. Today it is my pleasure to welcome Niko Köbler (@dasniko
The JBoss apiman project
did just release 1.0.3.Final this week
. It's mostly a bug fix release, with just a couple of relatively minor improvements. One particular feature, that made it's way into the framework since I last blogged about it is the support for plugins. Those plugins can easily be added to the system in order to provide additional functionality.Add Policies As Plugins
Currently the only functionality that can be contributed through (more...)
We know each other since some years now. And I am very very pleased to see, that we finally could make it happen to have him speaking at JavaLand
as a Keynoter. And what would be better for a JVM veteran than talking about this years anniversary: Happy Birthday Java!
Thank you Marcus, for taking the time!
I am looking forward to a beer or two at JavaLand! Follow his rumblings about dynamic languages on (more...)
is the Fastest way to build Maven-Based Java EE projects. And as such it already has awesome features to make your life as a developer even easier.
For the most part, people looking at Forge are likely interested in creating web-applications. There are plenty of ways to get started with the Forge basics. You can look at the quickstart section
or look at the github repository
. Just some short days ago Forge got (more...)
I am working with a bunch of communities in JBoss and there is so much interesting stuff to talk about, that I can't wrap my head around every little bit myself. This is the main reason why I am very thankful to have the opportunity to welcome guest bloggers here from time to time. Today it is Jochen Mader, who is part of the nerd herd at codecentric. He currently spends his professional time coding Vert. (more...)