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28 Jul 2011 Java Spotlight Episode 39: Daniel Smith on Project Lambda [24399]
Dalibor Topic, Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine Join Developer Panel

The guest on Java Spotlight Episode 39 is Daniel Smith, a relative newcomer to the Java language team, where he leads development of the Lambda specification, which he discusses with host Roger Brinkley. As usual, Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador, and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate, are on the Java All Star Developer Panel.
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27 Apr 2011 Language Support for Coding to the Proposed Java SE 7 Specification with JDK 7 Developer Preview [24136]
Available Now in NetBeans IDE 7.0

Links to NetBeans IDE 7.0 features, tutorials, and videos are provided in Gopalan Raj's blog on the release. He notes that NetBeans IDE 7.0 introduces language support for coding to the proposed Java SE 7 specification with the JDK 7 developer preview, allowing developers to take advantage of the new language features from Project Coin /JSR 334, with editor support for code completion, hints, and in specific cases, converting existing Java SE 6 based code to use the new Java SE 7 based syntax. Raj explains further that the release also provides enhanced integration with the Oracle WebLogic server as well as support for Oracle Database and GlassFish 3.1. Important new capabilities stemming from the Oracle WebLogic server integration enhancements include fast turnaround when redeploying applications; deploy on save; datasource management; server library configuration; the ability to explore deployed applications and resources, and to view server logs and the admin console from within the IDE, he observes in conclusion.
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04 Apr 2011 Java Spotlight Episode 23: Netbeans Dream Team on Embedded Development [24063]
Java Mobility at Work in Brazil

Episode 23 of the Java Spotlight Podcast covers several topics, including an interview with Vinicius Senger, NetBeans Dream Team member, and founder of Globalcode, the largest Java Training Company in Brazil. In addition, over the last two years Senger has started working with embedded devices in a new company, Elétron Livre, Globalcode's initiative towards electronics production, robotics, open-source and digital divide inclusion. The podcast is on an MP3 file and also covers JSR 334 (Project Coin) (now in public review); SigTest 2.2; and Google Analytics ME. Notes on events for the month of April 2011 are included as well.
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10 Jan 2011 GlassFish in 2010 [23819]
A Good Year to Turn Five

Things really started happening in a positive way for GlassFish in 2010 when, in March, reports The Aquarium the issuance of the roadmap made it clear that Oracle was committed to the open source project. That was followed in June by the the "100-day" (Oracle-branded 3.0.1) release to coincide with the five-year celebration of GlassFish and, following in a matter of days, five years for The Aquarium itself.
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16 Dec 2010 JCP Executive Committee Vote Approves Java SE 7 and Java SE 8 Technical Specs [23764]
Standardizations in Java SE 7 Due in 2011; in Java SE 8 in 2012

According to a recent Oracle press release, the Java Specification Requests (JSRs) for the next two releases of the Java Platform - JSR-336 and JSR-337 - have been formally approved by an overwhelming majority in the JCP Executive Committee vote. This means that the Java standard can now begin to progress through the JCP while the open source reference implementation will be delivered through the OpenJDK project. As in the past, the plan, which includes community feedback and is endorsed by the JCP Executive Committee, calls for standardization of these technologies in Java SE 7 within 2011, and in Java SE 8 following in 2012. Java SE 7 will include language changes for improved developer productivity, dynamically typed language support, and performance improvements. Changes in Java SE 8 will include technologies in support of Java modularization and language enhancements for advanced multi-core support.
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