Amateur Computer Club of New Jersey
Meetings are held in the Scotch Plains Rescue Squad several times a month (directions
1916 Bartle Avenue, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 Meeting room is upstairs
His presentation is entitled "Java EE 8 and Java EE 9 - What You Need to Know."
The process of defining the scope for Java EE 8 was the most community opinion driven in the history of the platform. Java EE 8 is supposed to solidly enable HTTP/2, Server-Sent Events (SSE), JSON and aligning all parts of the platform with Java SE 8. It includes a much awaited security API overhaul, a brand new MVC API as well as a slew of critical updates to APIs like JSF, JMS, JPA, JAX-RS and CDI. Unfortunately the road to Java EE 8 has not been smooth. After a long and silent delay Oracle announced updated plans for Java EE 8 and Java EE 9. The plans now include adding support for dynamic configuration, health-checks, NoSQL, fat-jars, eventual consistency, multi-tenancy, dynamic discovery and circuit breakers.
This session will explain the course of events including the details of what is proposed for Java EE 8 and Java EE 9. We will also discuss the critical role Java EE and it's APIs play in maintaining the health of the entire Java ecosystem.
Laptops welcome, we have tables, chairs, and WiFi.
For more information see the club site http://acgnj.org