1 hr 29 min

Microscopic Services and The Jakarta EE 9 Earth Quake airhacks.fm podcast with adam bien

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An airhacks.fm conversation with Markus Karg (@mkarg) about:

What is HeadCrashing?
JavaMagazin, IX and Java Aktuell,
the first JAX-RS contributions,
extending JAX-RS via official API,
you are not a spec lead,
an airhacks.fm episode about Eclipse Foundation: From Java EE over EE4j to Jakarta EE,
no political powers,
APIs and SPIs are decoupled at Jakarta EE,
Jersey is only "an" implementation of the spec, not "the'" implementation,
Eclipse Foundation runs their own infrastructure,
make JAX-RS more usable,
Java SE bootstrap API for JAX-RS,
it is impossible to write a spec without code,
in future there is no room for coders,
contract first is problematic,
it will take more time to design the spec than to write the implementation,
hundreds of microscopic services,
with helidon there is less coupling to the proprietary implementation,
building dependencies from source,
relaxing drones,
use cases for JAX-RS client-side caching,
modular JAX-RS,
new features in Jakarta EE 9,
Jakarta EE 9 earth quake is enough,
the JAX-RS roadmap,
aligning JAX-RS with CDI,
support for Java Platform Module System, JPMS modules in JAX-RS,Jersey is a framework,
not a product,
JPMS modules could provide new JAX-RS features,
using JAX-RS client for testing,
testing on kubernetes level,
functional probes,
project vs. product business,
thoughts on odata,
select * and everything stops,
being more generic for CRUD and stuff which does not matter,
accessing a database via excel,
prepared interviews are not fun,

Markus Karg on twitter: @mkarg, and Markus' blog: https://headcrashing.wordpress.com/

An airhacks.fm conversation with Markus Karg (@mkarg) about:

What is HeadCrashing?
JavaMagazin, IX and Java Aktuell,
the first JAX-RS contributions,
extending JAX-RS via official API,
you are not a spec lead,
an airhacks.fm episode about Eclipse Foundation: From Java EE over EE4j to Jakarta EE,
no political powers,
APIs and SPIs are decoupled at Jakarta EE,
Jersey is only "an" implementation of the spec, not "the'" implementation,
Eclipse Foundation runs their own infrastructure,
make JAX-RS more usable,
Java SE bootstrap API for JAX-RS,
it is impossible to write a spec without code,
in future there is no room for coders,
contract first is problematic,
it will take more time to design the spec than to write the implementation,
hundreds of microscopic services,
with helidon there is less coupling to the proprietary implementation,
building dependencies from source,
relaxing drones,
use cases for JAX-RS client-side caching,
modular JAX-RS,
new features in Jakarta EE 9,
Jakarta EE 9 earth quake is enough,
the JAX-RS roadmap,
aligning JAX-RS with CDI,
support for Java Platform Module System, JPMS modules in JAX-RS,Jersey is a framework,
not a product,
JPMS modules could provide new JAX-RS features,
using JAX-RS client for testing,
testing on kubernetes level,
functional probes,
project vs. product business,
thoughts on odata,
select * and everything stops,
being more generic for CRUD and stuff which does not matter,
accessing a database via excel,
prepared interviews are not fun,

Markus Karg on twitter: @mkarg, and Markus' blog: https://headcrashing.wordpress.com/

1 hr 29 min

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