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19 Jan 2011 Which Java EE 6 App Server: JBoss 6.0 or GlassFish 3.x? [23832]
Or Maybe Oracle WebLogic 10.3.4

With all the app servers now available (and forthcoming) for Java EE 6, it's helpful to have some expert guidance when deciding which to adopt. This is exactly what Arun Gupta provides in his blog post "Which Java EE 6 App Server: JBoss 6.0 or GlassFish 3.x?" Gupta points out some of the shortcomings in the JBoss app server (no SLA; JavaEE 6 web profile compliance only; minimal documentation), which make it less than ideal for a production environment in his view. An even stronger candidate than GlassFish 3.x, he suggests, is the soon to be released Oracle WebLogic 11g 10.3.4, which promises integration with Coherence, Fusion Apps and sophisticated deployment scenarios.
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18 Oct 2010 Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 with Contexts and Dependency Injection: [23574]
The Perfect Synergy

Important elements of the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 6 specification, writes Adam Bien are "Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 and Contexts and Dependency Injection." EJB 3.1, he reports, greatly simplifies the EJB specification and provides declarative aspects, such as transactions, security, threading, and asynchronous processing while Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) provides Dependency Injection (DI) power and flexibility.
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01 Oct 2010 2010 Duke's Choice Awards Winners [23523]
The Most Innovative Projects from 2010 Using the Java Platform

The annual Duke's Choice Awards has continued under Oracle's stead, and the winners were a featured part of the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) tent during JavaOne 2010. “The Duke's Choice Awards highlight the ingenuity and creativity of Java developers,” said Amit Zavery, Oracle vice president of product management and product development, "as well as the breadth and depth of Java in its ability to power different and unique applications."
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28 Sep 2010 Oracle Cites Recent Actions as Commitment to Open Source Community [23521]
New Code Contribution to Eclipse Foundation, Java EE 6, GlassFish Server, Developer Tools

Oracle says it is committed to the Java platform and open source developer communities, and reports evidence of this by its proposed new code contribution to the Eclipse Foundation. The Sapphire project is a proposed open source project under the Technology Container Project. Oracle also cites the continued advances being made to the Java platform and GlassFish server as well as its new releases of a broad range of developer tools as further testament to its dedication to the open source and developer communities.
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23 Sep 2010 Java Development Kit (JDK) 7 and 8 Features List [23509]
Oracle's Future Plans for the Java Platform Outlined

OpenJDK recently listed the features being developed by Oracle and others for JDK 7. The roadmap for JDK 7 and JDK 8 were discussed by Executive Vice President of Product Development Thomas Kurian during his opening keynote of JavaOne 2010, which also outlined plans for the future of the Java platform and showcased product demonstrations illustrating the latest Java technology innovations.
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