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Variance in Java

The other day I came across this post describing what the author sees as pros and cons of Go after 8 months of experience. I mostly agree after working full time with Go for a comparable duration. Despite that preamble, this is a post about Variance in Java, where my goal is to refresh my understanding of what Variance is ...

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Short Apache Camel K

You may have seen the work we are doing in the Apache Camel community around Camel K. Nicola introduced Camel K on his blog a half year ago, with the words Just few months ago, we were discussing about a new project that we could start as part of Apache Camel. A project with the potential to change the way ...

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10 Scaling Tips for Product People

Managing a growing product can be as rewarding as challenging: Involving more people and teams and scaling up is hardly ever easy. This article shares 10 practical tips to help you effectively scale as the person in charge of a product. 1 Involve the Right People A small group of qualified individuals who have the right skills and motivation can ...

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Specification Scope in Jakarta EE

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With the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) a single open source specification project has a dedicated project team of committers to create and maintain one or more specifications. The cycle of creation and maintenance extends across multiple versions of the specification, and so while individual members may come and go, the team remains and it is that team that is ...

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AI in Testing: The third wave of automation

The evolution of agile methodology enforced the enterprises to innovate and deliver at lightning speed. While delivery cycle time is decreasing, the technical complexity required to deliver positive user experience and maintain a competitive edge is increasing—as is the rate at which we need to introduce compelling innovations. To meet the continuous integration and delivery needs, we have turned to ...

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Renaming Java EE Specifications for Jakarta EE

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It’s time to change the specification names… When we first moved the APIs and TCKs for the Java EE specifications over to the Eclipse Foundation under the Jakarta EE banner, we kept the existing names for the specifications in place, and adopted placeholder names for the open source projects that hold their artifacts. As we prepare to engage in actual ...

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