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Java Enterprise Edition, where have you gone?

What is the Java Enterprise Edition framework and why it is still an important part of many applications? About a year and half ago, I wrote a post about it and it’s uncertain future.  Since then there has been quite a few changes and while the future is far from certain, I feel it is much brighter and certainly shouldn’t continue to be the “forgotten” Java framework.
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Java Enterprise Edition, where have you gone?

JavaOne and the forgotten Java edition

JavaOne is one of the biggest annual conferences to discuss Java technologies. It was inaugurated in 1996 by Sun Microsystems, and now is run during Oracle OpenWorld after the 2010 acquisition of Sun by Oracle Corporation. This year there was more excitement than usual around the JavaOne event, usually the event focuses on the technical topics and does not offer much in the way of product announcements. People were hoping for something different this year.
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JavaOne and the forgotten Java edition

Looking ahead: JVM Programming Languages

In this article I take a look ahead at the future of four programming languages; Java, Scala, Clojure and Kotlin. All four of these languages are designed to run on the Java Virtual Machine ( JVM ), which is supported on practically every computer operating system. Most recently, JVM programming languages have become popular choices for building cloud applications.
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Looking ahead: JVM Programming Languages

Open Source programming environments that make coding easier

A programmer’s life is hard enough keeping up-to-date on the latest technologies, understanding product specifications, and debugging issues. These programming environments help keep programmer sane by offering integrated syntax coloring, auto-completion, debugging tools and more.
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Open Source programming environments that make coding easier