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Hashtag Jakarta EE #228

Sunday, May 12, 2024 - 05:59 by Ivar Grimstad

Welcome to issue number two hundred and twenty-eight of Hashtag Jakarta EE!

I am speaking at two conferences in the upcoming week. First out is JCON Europe in Cologne, Germany where I am talking about how Jakarta EE 11 can boost your performance and developer productivity. Come to this session to find out everything you need to know about the upcoming Jakarta EE 11 release. This year, the Eclipse Foundation has a booth in the exhibition area. I will be there with my colleague Thomas and a variety of our members. Come and have a chat with us there!

Directly after my talk on Thursday morning, I will relocate to Kraków, Poland for GeeCON where I am speaking on Friday afternoon. This will be an entirely new talk where I will explore the revival of serverside rendering in the JavaScript World, and how it compares to the technologies have been available for decades in Jakarta EE.

I am bringing my running shoes to both of these conferences, so ping me if you’re interested in joining me for a refreshing morning run before the conference days start.

Let’s move on to this week’s update on how the release reviews of the Jakarta EE 11 specifications are coming along. The current state is that seven specifications are done, two are in their release reviews, six are wrapping up the final bits and pieces, and the last one, Jakarta Data will soon be ready.

– Jakarta Annotations 3.0
– Jakarta Authorization 3.0
– Jakarta Contexts and Dependency Injection 4.1
– Jakarta Expression Language 6.0
– Jakarta Interceptors 2.2
– Jakarta RESTful Web Services 4.0
– Jakarta Validation 3.1

In progress:
– Jakarta Persistence 3.2
– Jakarta WebSocket 2.2

About to start:
Jakarta Authentication 3.1
– Jakarta Concurrency 3.1
Jakarta Faces 4.1
Jakarta Security 4.0
– Jakarta Pages 4.0
– Jakarta Servlet 6.1

Next up:
Jakarta Data 1.0

There is a new conference on the block! The Eclipse Foundation‘s flagship conference, EclipseCon, has morphed into Open Community Experience that will take place from October 22 to October 24 in Mainz, Germany. As a part of this transformation, all the Java-related content will be under the co-located event, or track if you like, called Open Community for Java.

If you are interested in speaking at Open Community for Java, the CFP is open until June 10.