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Getting More From Jakarta EE Specifications
Following this month’s release of Jakarta EE 9.1, Jakarta EE community members are sharing ideas about opportunities to evolve and make the best possible use of Jakarta EE specifications.
In this edition, we feature stories about opportunities related to three Jakarta EE specifications: Jakarta Servlet, Jakarta Enterprise Beans, and Jakarta RESTful Web Services.
We also have quite a bit of news about project releases, a new edge landscape white paper, our Entrepreneurial Open Source podcast series, and upcoming deadlines, so be sure to check this month’s Community Updates.
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Ideas for Evolving the Jakarta EE Servlet Specification
Greg Wilkins summarizes the key opportunities to improve Jakarta Servlet by deprecating and removing certain aspects of legacy functionality before the specification is extended.
Early Bird Deadline for EclipseCon 2021 Proposals is June 1
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The Handelsblatt GovTech Gipfel Conference is June 10
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