The 8 Nights of Java – Night 6

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The 8 Nights of Java – Night 6

December 29th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Continuing on our 8 Nights of Java series, we move on to Java 6. Java 6 was about making Java “more”. As a result, a lot of the changes were important, but didn’t affect a developers day-to-day tasks. For example, annotations affected tool and library developers but were mostly unused for regular developers. Java 6 was […]

Live from TSSJS – Lightweight J2EE with Adam

March 17th, 2011 by Scott Selikoff

For my final TheServerSide Java Symposium breakout session for the day, I am attending “Lightweight Application Development with Java EE 6” presented by Adam Bien.  Adam’s talk is in part an attempt to bring former J2EE developers (myself included) back to the table who may have been driven off by previous, heavy-weight J2EE implementations, such […]

EJB3 – annotations vs xml

August 24th, 2008 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Scott’s recent post on EJB3 got me thinking about annotations as a “replacement” for XML. By now, we all know why shoving everything in XML isn’t the best of ideas.  I think shoving everything in Java code is bad too.  In particular deployment time concerns (like security) shouldn’t require a recompile. JEE 5 offers the […]