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This is one of the busiest times in the JBoss Community, when products that are being churned out that leverage their projects and it is often much heads down coding and very little time for taking a break to read the latest news.  Luckily for you, there is the wonderful JBoss Developer Studio and JBoss Central that embeds all this great JBoss news right in front of your nose. Instead of bailing out into a browser and context switching your code-focused brain, you can stay within the caffeine cozy world of the IDE.

Nothing quite like a bit of Java (be that code or coffee) and the latest news we post here fully embedded in your world:


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With that tip out of the way we can now move on and bring you this weeks news from the wonderful world of JBoss, short and sweet style.



This coming April there is the brand new DevNation conference coming, aligning all the JUDCon / CamelOne goodness you were used to and bringing them under one umbrella in San Francisco. Expect the speak invites to be sent out any second now, so watch your inbox.


The Red Hat Summit 2014 is coming in April to San Francisco and the agenda was made available today so you can browse the talks.


This week there will be a JBoss BPM Suite webinar covering as much of the fantastic UI web based designer and modeling components that the new version 6 ties together in the products dashboard. Hard to imagine, but we can pretty much support non-developers with their rules, events, and processes. See the slides here and the recording is available online already.


Tim will be on tour with Vert.x soon at EclipseCon Vert.x Day and QCon London in March, then at Philly Emerging Tech in April.


Blogs / Articles

The following articles were collected for your enjoyment:


Kenny put together three amazing get started articles that put you on the road to working with JBoss Fuse, Data Virtualization, and Fuse Service Works:


Check out the new web server Undertow used in WildFly 8 as Arun walks you through the performance numbers.


Gavin stands up for why OO is not imperative, speaking out to the function programming community in response to their "...continued conflation of object oriented with imperative programming." You don't want to miss this read or a chance to post a comment.


Shane put up a very detailed article to get you started in add-on development with Forge 2.



This weeks list of new project releases, enjoy!

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