With the end of the year, many of you are thinking that the developer world will stop to turn and that no additional contributions will be published, released. Hopefully, this is not the case and this new editorial will prove you that we must stay on the track till the last day of the 2015 year !!


Weld 2.3.2. final is out


Even if this release is mainly a bug-fixing release with 15 issues resolved, it also contains new great features as it allows to perform dependency injection upon objects not having a CDI-compatible constructor, provide enhancements for OSGI probing. See the release details to get more information.

RESTEasy 3.0.14 & wadl


Like Weld, Resteasy 3.0.4 has solved many bugs but supports now to generate the XML description of the HTTP Rest endpoints using the Web Application Description Language (WADL).


Time to send your talks


It is time to send your talks as the Call For Paper process has been launched for many conferences



Advocate's corner


Microservice, container and DevOps have been the hot topics of this year and this O'Really Webcast of Markus Eisele is not an exception as it will dive you into the Microservice Architecture vision promoted top of Java EE Platform.


Claus Ibsen has been interviewed by DZone and reviewed the history behind this fantastic opensource enterprise integration project which is Apache Camel. With the release of the new Red Hat BPM Suite, Eric Schabell has blogged about the ultimate collection of demos available.


As jigsaw and modularity will be part of JDK 9 announced next year, Stéphane Epardaud took the time to present Ceylon language modularity with JDK 9.


Don't miss the video of Claus Ibsen showing how to use the Camel Editor (to creates routes) in a type safe manner. Finally, Christina Lin presented how to manage the Apache Camel Routes using Hawtio Management Console in JBoss EAP.


Releases, ..., releases




That's all for this week, please join us again for the next instalment of the JBoss Editorial where we will endeavour to bring you more interesting articles written by members of the JBoss communities. And stay up to date with latest developments by following @jbossdeveloper on twitter.