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Book Review: Best Developer Job Ever! by Bruno Souza

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Pages: 95
Published by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Release date: july 2018
About the authorI should start this review with a personal comment about the author, Bruno as many Java developers know is one of the most influent…

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Notes on JavaEE support for NetBeans 9

Today one of my favourite open source projects got a major release, now under Apache Foundation, welcome back NetBeans!.
The @TheASF @NetBeans community is proud to announce the 1st official release of @TheASF @NetBeans (incubating): https://t.co/GJL…

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Testing JavaEE backward and forward compatibility with Servlet, JAX-RS, Batch and Microprofile

One of the most interesting concepts that made Java EE (and Java) appealing for the enterprise is its great backward compatibility, ensuring that years of investment in R&D could be reused in future developments.Neverthless one of the least under…

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Testing JavaEE backward and forward compatibility with Servlet, JAX-RS, Batch and Microprofile

One of the most interesting concepts that made Java EE (and Java) appealing for the enterprise is its great backward compatibility, ensuring that years of investment in R&D could be reused in future developments.Neverthless one of the least under…

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Getting started with Java EE 8, Payara 5 and Eclipse Oxygen

Some days ago I had the opportunity/obligation to setup a brand new Linux(Gentoo) development box, hence to make it “enjoyable” I prepared a back to basics tutorial on how to setup a working environment.RequirementsIn order to setup a complete Java E…

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