Jakarta EE 10 is progressing well and is targeted for release in the first quarter of 2022. To help you learn more about the latest updates to Jakarta EE specifications, this month’s newsletter focuses on the functionality, efforts underway, and plans for six Jakarta EE specifications. As always, we also share the latest news from around the Eclipse Foundation community and introduce you to one of our committers.
Discover Oniro, a Vendor Neutral, Open Source OS for Next-Gen Devices
Joining the Oniro community is a rare opportunity to influence the direction of an operating system at its earliest stages. Read More ->
Help Shape the Future of Software-Defined Vehicles
We invite everyone with a vested interest in software-defined vehicles to join global industry leaders as they unite to develop an open source in-vehicle application runtime stack. Read More->
Eclipse Open DI provides an implementation of Jakarta CDI-lite specification based on Micronaut framework. Read More ->Eclipse Kiso-testing: With this platform, it is possible to write tests by directly using python unittest native like test-cases using the robot-framework keyword-based test-cases. Read More ->Eclipse Graphene: The goal of this project is to make AI and machine learning accessible to a wide audience by creating an extensible marketplace of reusable solutions, sourced from a variety of AI toolkits and languages that developers can easily use to create their own applications. Read More ->