Tag Archives: JCP

Java 7 – and Google says no!

Despite of the fact that I really wish to see Java moving forward, I really do feel more than sympathy with Google: On 2011-06-02 Google Inc. voted No with the following comment: While Google supports the technical content of this … Continue reading

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Java 8 Module-System – die Karten liegen auf dem Tisch?

Fast 18 Monate nach dem schleichenden Tod von JSR-294 scheint das Thema standardisierte Modularisierung in Java neu belebt zu werden. Mark Reinhold( Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle) veröffentlichte gestern über sein Blog einen anscheinend seit Januar … Continue reading

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Oracle submits new JSR 348 to change JCP to “JCP.next”

An Oracle press release basically presents a proposal to redefine the whole  Java Community Process. The proposal is itself presented as a new Java Specification Request (JSR) 348 within the current JCP and also carries a “new number” JCP.next JSR1. According … Continue reading

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Java EE 6 Application Server – current overview

Some people are discussing the future of the JCP currently. But the builders of Java EE Application Servers are still using its outcome bravely, currently working more than a year on those products, that will be compliant and certified towards … Continue reading

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Google and Spring join in accepted JSR 330

Rod Johnsons (SpringSource) and Bob Lees (Google) proposal – JSR “Dependency Injection for Java” JSR 330 has been accepted in JCP. Is Red Hat a little aside from the others in the votings? Apache, Eclipse, IBM, Doug Lea, Oracle and … Continue reading

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