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Sebastian Daschner
Helping developers solving the challenges of enterprise software. Java & OSS enthusiast, Java Champion, IBMer, JCP member, Jakarta EE committer & book author.
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Sebastian Daschner 9h
How to handle configuration override layers in base images: Might be needed for company-wide application server base images.
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 15
... and the coffee! ☕
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 15
I miss you guys! 👋
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 15
Replying to @BillyKorando @java
You can watch the recording here:
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James Ward Dec 14
I'll be excited about serverless when it starts managing my connection pools, service lookup, and runtime management & introspection. Oh wait, that is literally what a JavaEE container does.
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Billy Korando Dec 14
and I are talking enterprise in 2018 and looking forward to 2019!
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JUG.ru Dec 13
Got something to share with Java community? It's time to submit your talks for JPoint 2019!
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Elder Moraes Dec 13
Use JSON-P to construct hypermedia-enabled JSON structures
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 12
Replying to @reza_rahman
Congratulations, Reza!
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☁️ El Mátūlã ✌️🖤💛🎏 Dec 11
Interested in Java and CloudEvents? Checkout the Java SDK for CloudEvents, with initial support for and - Also contributions welcome!
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JAXenter.com Dec 11
community voices: Why CDI is the future. Here are some thoughts from the experts , , , ,
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Java Oct 18
How to achieve (real) zero-downtime with both ingress and Istio gateway resources.
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Ivar Grimstad Nov 14
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Rafael Winterhalter Dec 8
To me, working on FOSS is the perfect antidote to "I really want to try out this new tool / framework / method" when considering technology in customer projects. I typically want my production code boring, well-tested and functional.
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Java Dec 10
How to make your enterprise Java applications resilient for the hard production life by using timeouts, retries, circuit breakers, bulkheads, and backpressure
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 10
Replying to @itakash @steveonjava
Nice! Enjoy Okinawa :)
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Payara Dec 9
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Andrew McCright Dec 5
Check out some of the stuff my / team has been working on in the past ~3 months in my latest blog post:
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 7
You mean the distillery where takes place? :)
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Sebastian Daschner Dec 6
Replying to @antonarhipov @openj9
Also, the session was recorded, which should be available at some point :)
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