The biggest celebration of Jakarta EE is always our JakartaOne Livestream 2021 annual event! This year is no exception, so save the date December 7th, 2021 and please register and let us know you’ll be there!!
2021 was an exciting year for Jakarta EE! Major Platform releases as well as individual Component releases throughout the year and more feature content planned for 2022! Jump on the Jakarta EE bandwagon and learn about the pent-up demand for this cloudnative Java programming model in these 4 talks at JakartaOne Livestream 2021.
I am happy to announce that Ed Merks has joined the Eclipse Foundation as the Release Engineer for Eclipse SimRel in support of the Eclipse IDE Working Group. This working group was formed to ensure the continued sustainability, integrity, evolution and adoption of the Eclipse IDE suite of products and related technologies. Founding members of the working group include Bosch, EclipseSource, IBM, Kichwa Coders, Renesas, SAP, VMware, Vector and Yatta.
Jakarta EE ended 2020 with the major Jakarta EE 9 release in December and has now approved the Jakarta EE 10 release plan. With all the changes happening in Jakarta EE be sure to check out these 3 talks to learn more about upcoming features and improvements at the JakartaOne Livestream 2021. Some of the talks include:
In this article, we introduce the embedded special interest group (embedded SIG), hosted by the Eclipse Foundation. The embedded SIG is an open collaboration of embedded vendors and service providers, with the goal of strengthening the open source ecosystem for building web- and cloud-based tools used for embedded development. The SIG provides the structure for participants to coordinate efforts, share insights and collaborate on technical initiatives and standards.
Getting involved in this new software-defined vehicles initiative is a unique opportunity to have an equal voice alongside industry leaders such as Bosch, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Arm, Red Hat, EPAM Systems, ETAS, and others.