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Niko Köbler
simplify your life: swim. bike. run.
simplify your life: swim. bike. run.
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Frequently asked questions about Nashorn and Node.js
During many of my talks about Nashorn, Node.js on the JVM and related topics, I frequently get asked these kinds of questions and I'd like to try to give some answers on these: Is it possible to run [ npm package of your choice ] on Nashorn? Yes, it is poss...

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JavaOne Call for Proposals - JVM language special
Last week the Call for Proposals for JavaOne conference opened. Be sure to submit your talks latest on April, 29th! After this date, your this years chance to be part of this great conference will be gone! Together with other JVM language experts, I'm looki...

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JavaScript for Java Developers @ JavaLand 2015
If you are interessted in my " JavaScript for Java Developers " Training, which I gonna give at JavaLand 2015 , you might want to read my new (german) article about this training in the upcoming " Java aktuell " issue: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByOO_...

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Developer Interview by Markus Eisele (Red Hat)
This week I was interviewed by Markus Eisele ( @myfear ), Developer Advocate at Red Hat Software Inc., on my blog article about the performance comparison of Node.js and Wildfly . You can watch the video recording here or just go to Markus' blog entry.

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Current Status of Oracle's Project Avatar
In my last blog post about the current status of Avatar (if you haven't read it yet, do it now), I complained once more about Oracle's communication strategy, or non-strategy. This time, I was loud enough! Oracle did hear me! They sent me an email and asked...

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New article about Nodyn in german Java Magazin
There's my new article about Nodyn and its Vert.x integration in (german) Java Magazin 3.15 (official release date: February 4th, 2015). Just get your issue and read it! Feedback is highly appreciated! Probably there will be an english translation available...
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