Is Open Source cooperative friendly ?
While Open Source has been around for several decades, it is still puzzling for the industry how to either use it, implement it or just respect the spirit of it. This first article, called Beyond the Hype Cycle; Co-operative Open Source gave an interesting outlook on Open Source and how the mechanics of co-operative (such as Cooperative UK) could interact with it.
have been released. Maybe an opportunity to learn it. After all, it may give you a reason to attend the upcoming Drools & jBPM: DecisionCamp And RuleML 2016, 6-9 July New York...
Our team of evangelist is relentless and of course, last week gave the opportunity to one of the most prolific of them, Eric D. SChabell, to release not one, but two very interesting articles. I especially recommend the second one, who brings Java developer out of their comfort zone, but for good reasons:
- How to get your App Dev on with JBoss Travel Agency in the Cloud (video)
- App Dev Cloud Stack - Open interoperability critical to success
As the Red Hat Summit and the DevNation are coming up in a couple of weeks, it is for sure time to start taking a peek at the content of both conference. And the official blog of DevNation just released a couple of article about it:
- Magic: The Gathering mini-tourney – DevNation Blog
- Kubernetes CodeStarter with Google Cloud Platform – DevNation Blog
Releases, releases, releases...
- Teiid has been quite active this week and produced two releases, first Teiid: 9.0 CR2
- to give the community a chance to try out the upcoming 9.0 and Teiid: 8.13.5.
- Keycloak 1.9.7.Final
- JBoss Forge 3.2.2.Final
That's all for this week, please join us again for the next installment of the JBoss Editorial where we will endeavor 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.