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OmniFish Announces Enterprise Support for Eclipse GlassFish, Jakarta EE 10, and a New Cloud‑Native Jakarta EE Runtime
OmniFish is a new international company that offers Java consulting and support for Eclipse GlassFish and a new cloud‑native runtime Piranha Cloud.
Payara Launches Jakarta EE 10 Platform Compatible Product
With the launch of Jakarta EE 10 today, Payara releases Payara 6 Community Alpha 4 immediately, bringing new features!
“Contrast Security Joins Foojay Advisory Board to Accelerate Java Developer Community Growth, Raise Security Perspective” — PR News
“We’re honored to join the Foojay Advisory Board because we know Java developers rely on the Foojay community and the foundation’s mission of sharing information and improving the entire market as a whole,” said Steve Wilson, Chief Product Officer at Contrast Security.
Foojay Status Report: January – June 2021
The 1/2 year mark of 2021 is a good moment to reflect on the current status of Foojay.io, a place for friends of OpenJDK, and to look at where we are and where to go next!
The Foojay.io site is under heavy development right now, a new homepage will be released over the next weeks. After that, there are several directions we can go in together—how about a forum, job board, a newsletter, a code exchange, and Foojay Awards?
“Foojay Announces Initial Companies Making Up Its Advisory Board” — SD Times
Foojay.io is a community site for Java and OpenJDK developers. Azul, Datadog, DataStax, JFrog, Payara, and Snyk are the initial companies that will be a part of the advisory board.
According to Foojay, the board will guide the direction, content, and oversight of the Foojay.io site. It will also work toward growing the community and continuing to meet Foojay’s mission of providing free information to Java developers.
“Foojay is an example of the strength and longevity of the Java community that is greater than any single company,” said Stephen Chin, vice president of developer relations at JFrog.
“Virtual Tour Is the Biggest Project Yet for the New Java Community Platform, Foojay” — DZone
Fifteen events are already confirmed in an ambitious virtual tour of Java User Groups across the globe, marking a strong start for the new Java community platform Foojay.
Foojay.io was founded last year as a vendor-neutral platform for developers who create and run applications on top of Java and OpenJDK. It is designed to provide free information on all things Java with updated analysis, highlights, OpenJDK update release details, and command-line arguments hosted on its website.
“Foojay: A Place for Friends of OpenJDK” — ADT Magazine
Foojay.io, the community site for developers who use, target, and run their applications on top of Java and OpenJDK, today announced the companies who will make up its advisory board.
The roster includes Azul, Datadog, DataStax, JFrog, Payara, and Snyk. This board will guide the direction, content and oversight of the site, with a focus on growing the community and meeting its mission to provide free information for everyday Java developers.
Azul, Datadog, DataStax, JFrog, Payara, and Snyk Form Inaugural Foojay Advisory Board
Foojay.io, the community site for developers who use, target, and run their applications on top of Java and OpenJDK, today named the companies who will make up its advisory board—Azul, Datadog, DataStax, JFrog, Payara, and Snyk.
The board will guide the direction, content and oversight of Foojay.io with the goal to grow the community and meet its mission to provide free information for everyday Java developers.
“Foojay – All About Java and the OpenJDK” — I Programmer
Tracking the OpenJDK is not an easy feat. It evolves rapidly under a release cycle of a new version every 6 months, hence there’s hoards of new features, changes and bug fixes.This is where foojay steps in, collecting all the relevant information.
What was the alternative? A lot of manual searching. scouring disparate sources such as the OpenJDK mailing lists and official blog posts.
So what does foojay do differently? It organizes information into distinct sections. All the OpenJDK and Java info you need, cleaned up, categorized and nicely presented under one roof.