In his new blog post, Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich looks at what the results of the 2022 Jakarta EE Developer Survey mean for the future of Jakarta EE.
In his new blog, Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich discusses the initial gamble of Java EE, and what makes the release of Jakarta EE 10 so significant.
Open Liberty 220.127.116.11 offers MicroProfile GraphQL 2.0, which incorporates Jakarta EE 9.1 dependencies, allowing the use of updated Jakarta components such as CDI 3.0, Jakarta REST 3.0, JSON-B 2.0 and more.
The Jakarta EE community is completely focused on execution of the Jakarta EE 10 release plan. Following the Jakarta EE Specification Process we are seeing the progress of the individual specifications.
Our annual Jakarta EE Developer Survey results gives everyone in the Java ecosystem insight into how the cloud native world for enterprise Java is unfolding and what the latest developments mean for their strategies and businesses.
This year’s results show interest in open source enterprise Java continues to grow among enterprise developers.
The accelerated innovation we’re seeing in Jakarta EE, and the growing number of compatible implementations, are clear signs that enterprise Java is experiencing a renaissance.