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Jakarta Tech Talk – Sign Up

At Eclipse Foundation, our Jakarta EE Working Group is running a series of talks – Jakarta Tech Talks to showcase **any cloud native java projects microservices projects and technologies**. The audience is anyone interested in cloud application development, in particular developers and potential adopters of the software.This form can be used either to propose a talk that you and/or a colleague will give, or to request a talk that you would like to see. Eclipse Foundation will set up the infrastructure to run the event virtually.Check out our Jakarta EE YouTube Channel and previous Jakarta Tech Talk sessions: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLutlXcN4EAwC64sgFLJSWAgQJvVo6T4DhWe look forward to your presentation or suggestion!

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Java News Roundup: Eclipse Soteria 3.0, Log4j, Hibernate ORM, IntelliJ IDEA

This week’s Java roundup for July 4th, 2022, features news from JDK 19, JDK 20, Spring projects updates, Open Liberty 22.0.0.7 and 22.0.0.8-beta, Quarkus 2.10.2, Hibernate ORM 5.6.10, Hibernate Reactive 1.1.7, Eclipse Foundation projects updates, Apache Software Foundation projects updates, JDKMon 17.0.31 and 17.0.29 and JetBrains product updates.

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Data Oriented Programming in Java

Project Amber has brought a number of new features to Java in recent years. While each of these features are self-contained, they are also designed to work together. Specifically, records, sealed classes, and pattern matching work together to enable easier data-oriented programming in Java.

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Java’s Greatest by Rockstars IT

No conferences are the same, and a stage is not always a stage. It can be everything from regular stages in conference centers, really big screens in cinema complexes, and regular meeting rooms to setups where the audience is located behind you, or the stage is made of ice (gets really cold after a while by the way…).