Welcome Google Summer of Code Students 2015 to JBoss

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. It works with many open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund projects over a three month period. Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought together over 8,500 successful student participants from 101 countries and over 8,300 mentors from over 109 countries worldwide to produce over 50 million (more...)

JavaOne 2015 – Tips And Recommendations For Your Submission.

Everybody knows JavaOne. It feels like, it's been there forever. And even if we had our ups and downs and the location isn't exactly what we want it to be and San Francisco is expensive and and and. It is the number one premium conference about all kinds of Java. And being part of the program committee ("Java, DevOps, and the Cloud" and "Java and Server-Side Development") again this year makes (more...)

Time to toss out Java 7 – JBoss EAP 6.4 is here!

What a great end to the week. JBoss EAP 6.4 was released and among a ton of technical enhancements and new features, the biggest is: Java 8 has been added to the list of supported configurations. And this includes the Oracle JDK and IBM JDK.

Java SE 7 End of Public Updates Notice
After April 2015, Oracle will no longer post updates of Java SE 7 to its public download sites. Existing Java (more...)

The Java Council: First vJUG Podcast. Microservices, Events and all Java.

I was invited to join the vJUG and give a talk about Large Enterprise Java Architecture and as a follow-up I also had the chance to be among the first guests of the newly created Virtual JUG Podcast.

Recording the Podcast with Hangouts, Audacity, Skype and Google Docs.
Featuring regulars Simon Maple, Trisha Gee and Martijn Verburg with guests Markus Eisele and, Daniel Fullarton. The team did a great job guiding the guests through the (more...)

How To Use The Docker 1.6 Windows Client

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...)

How to contribute to JBoss WildFly? Hacking on the next Java EE Version!

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...)