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Finally Java EE has a Decent Visual

In the last years, at every single Java EE BOF, Java EE round table, or even on the Java EE Expert Group mailing list, I’ve complained about Java EE not having a decent visual. How can you brand such technology if you don’t have a proper symbol ? How can you print t-shirts, mugs, beautify your blogs, if Java EE […]

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Switching Datasource with CDI Alternatives and Stereotypes

Here we are, using H2 in our test environment, Derby in development and Postgres in production. It’s 2014, and Java EE still doesn’t have a decent configuration specification… So how do we change datasources in Java EE depending on our environment ? There are several possibilities (from external property files, Maven resource filtering, Maven profiles with different configuration or JNDI tricks) but this […]

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On-line Java EE Courses at PluralSight

I am the author of several Java EE courses for Pluralsight. Plurasight has been around for more than 10 years, and has an impressive catalog of courses, several on Java and Java EE. Here is my contribution on Java EE courses : Java EE: The Big Picture (1:07 hour long) – Beginner Java Platforma and Java EE Overview What Is Java EE? Is Java […]

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Java EE 7 JavaDoc on Dash

I’ve recently discovered Dash. It’s an API documentation browser which gives you offline access to 130+ API documentation sets. So once it’s installed, you can download the docsets you want and here you are with a single tool for all your documentation. I’ve installed all the docsets I needeed (Javadoc, SQL documentation, Man, Boostrap 3, HTML 5, CSS…) and I find […]

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