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2019

This new year has barely begun but the JBoss community is already running full steam ahead! But don’t worry, this editorial will catch you up in no time.

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Wildfly has a new project lead!

 

Let's start by some rather important community news: WildFly Project Lead is now Brian Stansberry ! Willdfly is a crucial project for the JBoss community but we are very lucky to see Brian Stansberry taking the lead here. He has been working for years and the project and he is a perfect fit for the position.

 

 

January is the hear of Winter so it's only but fitting that the Hibernate community is quite active! First of all, the last weeks have seen quite a few interesting releases:

But there was quite a lot more happening at the same time! If you want to catch up, just browse the last two community newsletters they've released:

 

Evangelist's Corner

 

Our very own Eric D.Schabell appears to have decided to skip the winter holidays altogether and just keep blogging and posting like a machine! Look at all the material he released in the past weeks:

 

Techbytes

 

By now, you should be all catch up with the news so let's now dive into some more technical topic. First, let's take a look at Securing an embedded Jetty server using Elytron. Or maybe Using the Yeoman Camel-Project generator to jump start a project will be more up your alley? Eager for more? Well, look into Building Java 11 and Gradle containers for OpenShift ! At least, but not the least, Eclipse Che 7 is coming and this series of articles will make you want to try it for sure:

 

Total eclipse

 

As you can see, the winter holidays has not slowed down the releases within the JBoss community:

Decaf'

This editorial should contain enough "Java" to keep you up all night! So let's me conclude with something a bit less caffeinated, but that should still be quite interesting to most members of the JBoss community: Security Considerations for Container Runtimes.

 

 

That's all for this week's edition of the Editorial, please join us next time as we continue our journey through the JBoss Communities in search of interesting articles and news. 

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