All the hard work preparing for the DevNation and Red Hat Summit has come to pay off as Red Hat wraps up Summit Week and DevNation also comes to a close.
If you weren't able to make it check out this recording of the keynote and demo from the JBoss team.
Check out the recording of keynotes for DevNation over at Devnation.org
And, of course, the big announcement was the strategic partnership announcement between Samsung and Red Hat
Follow more about the Summit on the Summit Blog
Also check out a cool story about Devoxx4Kids at the summit.
Specific DevNation Sessions/Keynotes to check out:
Matt Hicks on The Future of Development with Kubernetes and Docker
A new episode of "Camels in Space!" by Claus Ibsen (not to be confused with Pigs in Space).
Eric Schabell talks design to execution in BPM Suite: From Design to Execution with JBoss BPM Suite & Signavio Process Editor
Harry Mower talks about the announcement of developers.redhat.com : developers.redhat.com - Learn More. Share More. Code More
And Gavin King talks Constructors in Ceylon
Welcome to another instalment of TWiJB. We've got your microservices, travel, decision, release information and more all here. Let's get to it.
Mark Little talks app servers and APIs and more.
"It's also interesting to think that the move we're seeing in the industry towards separate services is very much in line with what we had back in the CORBA days (something I've repeated a few times.) No, I'm not suggesting CORBA got it all right!".... or is he? Read more to find out.
Let's get our travel on!
DevNation is coming! Be there or be ☐
What happens when xPaaS and DevOps hook up? Christina Lin takes us through part five of this romance.
Using a service such as SalesForce? Integration of two services where one resides outside your domain of control can be daunting but it doesn't have to be says, Ken Peeples.
Ken is talking microservices too
Dimitris Andreadis checked in this week to say thanks and share the content on the state of union where Wildfly v9 is concerned.
Toni talks validation and verification with plenty of tips to find common problems and squash them like <ahem> a bug.
In our tips-n-tricks for this week....
We're a little late getting this week's editorial out (that's the "royal we", actually meaning, me... what can I say? I'm still on Standard Time ;-) )
Christina Lin took us through a four part Fuse workshop for beginners. In Part one she gets us started by explaining the XML and basic setup. Part two she talks on data transformation which leads us to part three, enterprise integration patterns, and finally in part four she talks POJO and beans to wrap it up.
Eric Schabell shares his update on his BPM tour in Denmark.
Rob Stryker shows us how to debug an externally launch Wildfly instance
Bela Ban announces a JGroups workshop in Berlin to cover everything you want to or are afraid to ask.
Gunnar Morling talks about how to properly herd errors in HIbernate OGM with NoSQL.
Eric Schabell gives us a preview of what we can expect to learn in the class.
While this is actually release news, this release update shares some insights on more efficient evictions coming in Infinispan.
Perhaps deceptive maybe even deviously deceptive.. teaching kids Java by making it fun with Minecraft.
Speaking of Minecraft... Arun Gupta gives us this related tech tip (#82 if you're keeping track)
Kenneth Peeples gives us a preview of a 2015 Red Hat Summit talk on building enterprise apps.
Tom Jenkinson shares how performance is evaluated in Narayana
Great! Then you'll happy to hear that Devoxx France is giving away one ticket! Français is not a requirement to win the pass. ;-)
Kenneth Peeples invites us to join a webinar on this important topic. Did you know that Gartner predict 75% of the fortune 1000 companies will offer some sort of public API less than two years from now?
Alessio Soldano talks about upcoming non-beta releases along with Wildfly 9 Beta1.
Okay, just kidding. We're not really talking about hacking SAP but Kenneth Peeples does talk about the important "S" userid and how to get one.
IntelliJ IDEA 14.1 was released recently and Anton Arhipov talks about some new modes in the tool including a distraction free mode.
Welcome to this week's edition of the JBoss weekly editorial. It's my first time, so be gentle.... writing the editorial, that is. This week we'll do the usual release round-up along with some interesting reading from around the web, and the latest happenings on JBoss.org including design of application protocols, app security, business activity monitoring and much more!
Over the past few weeks erics has taken us through a four part series on building a travel agency on JBoss BPM on 24 February 2015 Eric will host a live Webinar, How to excite the travel industry with a BPM story. Be sure to join it! You will leave with an advanced overview of the capabilities of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite and can dive in deeper with the showcased project, the JBoss BPM Travel Agency.
Over the past few days some folks have shared some tips and tricks including, JBoss Fuse - Tips, Expose your Camel Route Endpoint and Web Services in Fabric and Red Hat Fuse - Tips, Expose your Camel Route Endpoint and Web Services in Fabric. and