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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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Testing Java EE 8
The Java EE 8 Platform has definitely been moving along within the past couple of months.  Specifications have been releasing early draft reviews, milestones, and even final releases.  As a matter of fact, JSR-372 has just gone final, as JSF 2.3 has been re...

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JSR 365 Update: Digging Into CDI 2.0
Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0 ( JSR 365 ), is an update to CDI 1.2, which is currently part of the Java EE 7 platform.  It is currently in Public Review stage .  For those of you who are not very familiar with CDI, it defines a powerful set of compl...

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JavaOne 2016 Follow-Up
I had the pleasure of attending JavaOne this year, and I can sum up the experience in one word:  Brilliant.  This year was much different than in years past for me, as I had one talk to co-present on Sunday and I had the rest of the week wide open for atten...

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NetBeans Java EE 8 MVC Plugin Enhancements
A while back, Geertjan Wielenga had posted about a NetBeans plugin that had been developed for the upcoming Java EE 8 MVC framework.  The plugin was originally developed by Manfred Riem, co-spec lead for JSR 371 , and Geertjan had extended it to add functio...

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NetBeans 8.2 Profiler: Colored Results
One of the new features in NetBeans 8.2 is the ability to color profiler results differently based upon filters.  This can make things visually stand out, and easier to follow in the profiler output. To enable colored profiler results, go into the NetBeans ...

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Help Move Java EE Forward
If you recall my post entitled Java EE 8:  What is the Current Status , it is apparent that the progression on Java EE has certainly slowed down over the past several months.  There are definitely some JSRs under the Java EE umbrella that have more activity...

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NetBeans Java EE Tip #9: Create JSF Application from Database
Do you need to create an database front-end very quickly?  The NetBeans IDE allows one to develop a JSF application front end for a set of database tables very quickly, and with very little coding.  Now this tutorial is an oldie, but a goodie...and it is wo...

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Working with Mojarra Maven Builds
Some great updates have been made to the Mojarra repository in the past couple of months.  The JSF 2.3 Milestone 5 release has been available to download since March, and the Milestone 6 release is actively in progress.  Arjan Tijms and Bauke Scholtz have b...

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NetBeans Java EE Tip #8: Persistence Units
The foundational goals of any good IDE are to simply and organize one's code and development workflow.  NetBeans does a superb job of achieving these goals, and sometimes we take the basics for granted.  For instance, if your eyes have ever glossed over fro...
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