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Josh Juneau
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I Develop Apps, Administer Databases, Author Technical References, and Work With JVM Languages
I Develop Apps, Administer Databases, Author Technical References, and Work With JVM Languages

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Automating Docker Deployments Using Jib and Payara Micro
If you are like me, you spend most of your day developing applications.  During that time, it is difficult to carve out the time to manage containers.  Writing a Dockerfile has almost become part of the normal development process nowadays, but there is a di...
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Oracle Code One...A Conference I'll Never Forget
In the spring of 2018 when Oracle Code One was first announced, I was fairly certain that I would not be attending this year.   The main reason is because I normally only attended the JavaOne conference every couple of years, and I thought this would be an ...
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Micronaut for Java EE/Jakarta EE Developers
There is a new microservices framework in town called Micronaut .  In this post, I'll discuss how I've ventured into working with the Micronaut framework from a Java EE/Jakarta EE perspective.  I am a Java EE developer, so developing microservices using sol...
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Apache NetBeans 9.0 - How to Build & Run the Latest
In my last post, I spoke about how to obtain the Release Candidate of Apache NetBeans 9.0.  There have been some changes made since the Release Candidate (including the addition of a very nice updated splash screen), so in this post I will cover how to buil...
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Apache NetBeans 9.0 - Release Candidate Review
First, I want to thank all of the developers that have been working hard on the Apache NetBeans 9.0 release.  I am on the mailing lists and these developers have been working around the clock to ensure that this release is solid.  I was part of the NetBeans...
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Easy Java EE Microservices with Payara Micro
Wondering how to get started with Java EE Microservices?  It only takes a few quick steps to deploy a Microservice using Java EE APIs.  Many think that Java EE is too heavyweight for use with Microservices, but that is simply not the case...especially if yo...
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Utilizing Apache NetBeans with JDK 9
Did you know that you can build Apache NetBeans from scratch today and utilize the latest JDK 9 features?  Here is how to do it: Clone the NetBeans Incubator sources to your machine: git clone https://github.com/apache/incubator-netbeans Build using JDK 8 a...
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Open EE: My Thoughts on an Open Java EE Platform
About two years ago, thousands of Java developers attended the JavaOne 2015 conference and learned about specifications and features that would be part of the Java EE 8 platform.  These features included the MVC 1.0 specification, Java EE Security 1.0, Micr...
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Java EE 8: Start Testing Today
Java EE 8 will be finalized and ready for public use soon.  There is no better time to get started testing the new features than now.  You can do so by grabbing a copy of my Java EE 8 Playground project and deploying to GlassFish 5 . I've just updated the p...
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Java 9 Recipes Published!
A bit ahead of schedule, my latest book entitled Java 9 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, has just been published! This book is the 3rd Edition in the Java Recipes series.  It covers all of the information that was in the previous editions, including th...
Java 9 Recipes Published!
Java 9 Recipes Published!
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