Welcome to the ninety-sixth issue of Hashtag Jakarta EE!
Last week was pretty busy with everything happening at EclipseCon 2021.
The Jakarta EE Community Day on Monday featured a packed schedule full of amazing content with Reza Rahman being the perfect host throughout the day. On Tuesday, I participated in a roundtable discussion where we discussed Java as the ideal language for cloud-native applications, and on Wednesday I had my talk Jakarta EE 9 and Beyond where I put the emphasis on the Beyond part.
This week, I am going on the road, or more precisely put; in the air, or up with the clouds (no pun intended at all ).
The first part of the week will be spent in London attending and speaking at Devoxx UK. My talk is titled Jakarta EE Core Profile – A Slimmer Jakarta EE and will be on Tuesday at 14:30 GMT. Devoxx UK is a hybrid conference this year, so you will be able to attend virtually if you are unable to make it in person.
After London, I am going to Holland for J-FALL. This year’s conference is back to being on-site. My talk at J-FALL this year is titled Jakarta EE 10 is Coming Your Way!. In this talk, I will give an update of what to expect from Jakarta EE 10.
While I am touring Europe, the work with Jakarta EE 10 continues. There are quite a few specifications expected to start their release reviews by the Jakarta EE Specification Committee this week. If you are involved in any of the Jakarta EE specification projects, please take a look at the Release Review section of the JESP Guide for a simple overview of what is expected according to the Jakarta EE Specification Process (JESP).