What every Java engineer should know about microservices: Reactive Microservices Architecture. Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.
It would have been awesome :) 7/7/7 or something similar. But even if I
believe, that the Oracle marketing guys fought until the last minute
against M.Reinhold and A.Messinger they obviously lost. The final GA
date for Java SE 7 is and will be the 7/28/11. But let's forget about
this. Most important are the parties happening around the world.
First and foremost the Java User Groups Gear Up to Celebrate the Java 7 Launch
and there are other Oracle sponsored events or even better some mini conferences. Introducing Java 7 Webcast: Moving Java Forward
There should be time to attend. If you are reading this, there are
still two more hours to go until the webcast starts. And here is my
little contribution. Preparing a mini session about the new Java
features hosted by my company, I decided to put up the slides. So, if
you are into learning something new: Here you are. A comprehensive
overview about Java 7! Like to read your comments! Have a great party!
Introducing Java 7
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from Markus Eisele
Oracle is committed to Java: the technology, the community, the Java
Community Process (JCP), and the entire ecosystem focused on moving Java
Watch this Webcast to find out more about the features of Java 7, hear
from technologists at companies that use Java technology, and learn
through a series of technical presentations and a panel discussion.
The Webcast reply is available in the meantime:
Microservices for Java, explained. Revitalize your legacy systems (and your career) with Reactive Microservices Architecture, a free O'Reilly book. Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.