Our spotlight articles this month highlight opportunities to get more
involved with Jakarta EE initiatives and technologies.
- Steve Millidge summarizes everything you need to know about the
Jakarta EE 9 full release — how you can help finalize the release,
Java release priorities, namespace change roadmaps, and how to start
sharing your ideas for Jakarta EE 10.
- Scott Marlow explains how the Jakarta EE community can get involved
in developing Jakarta EE platform Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)
tests and why these tests are so important to the future of Jakarta EE.
- Jean-François James describes a practical way to secure
Jakarta RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) APIs with Eclipse MicroProfile
Each month, we’ll be introducing you to an Eclipse committer so you
can get to know these dedicated Eclipse community members and learn why
they became committers.
We start the series with a profile of Lukas Jungmann — committer to 12 Jakarta EE projects, Oracle
employee, and most importantly, dad to three children.
News and Community Updates
Finally, read our News section for the latest updates on Jakarta EE and the Eclipse
Foundation. This month, you’ll learn about:
- EclipseCon 2020 focus areas and registration
- The Jakarta EE 9 tools vendor datasheet
- The Friends of Jakarta EE monthly call
- The value of the 2020 IoT Developer Survey results
- Eclipse SAMIoT Research Conference 2020 - 17-18 September