Create Test Logs Like Javadocs

In a new article, Madhu Seelam and Raghunandan Seshadri describe how to build a test framework that ensures logs from test classes and TestNG listeners that are executed in parallel reach the appropriate log file and are organized in a format similar to that of Javadocs.

TestNG is a popular open source test automation framework that provides support for parallel test execution. Java Logging APIs can ensure thread-safe logging from numerous threads and logging within (more...)

The Ghosts of Java EE 7 in Production: Past, Present and Future

By Guest Blogger Reza Rahman from Original Blog

  "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."

                                                                                                                 – Mahatma Gandhi

For those unfamiliar the three ghosts analogy comes from the Charles Dickens' classic A Christmas Carol. I hope the real message of the analogy is an entertaining but insightful literary puzzle for you to figure out, not to mention the far less imaginative opening quote (more...)

Java EE 8 Roadmap Update

By Guest Blogger: John Clingan from original post

Java EE 8 was formally launched in September 2014 with the JCP’s unanimous approval of JSR 366 and our announcements at JavaOne.  At JavaOne 2014 we presented a summary of our areas of investigation for Java EE 8 during the Strategy Keynote, followed by numerous in-depth presentations on our intended work by the specification leads.  The goal that we set for ourselves then was to complete this work by JavaOne San Francisco 2016.


Professional Highlight: Amr Gawash, Oracle Certified Professional. Java SE 7 Programmer

Why did you choose to pursue Java Certification?

I work in a company that encourages employees to pursue and achieve their dreams. One of my personal dreams was to be certified in Java. Even though I had been working with Java for more than (more...)