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Re: [] Jakarta EE in the future


If you want to study the web part, go with Jakarta EE without a worry.
Even if you will switch to Spring or other framework later on, it is useful to understand the specifications since a lot of frameworks are used together with certain specs (e.g. Spring + JPA).

Best regards,

On Mon, 9 Jul 2018 at 16:46, Aislan Nadrowski <aislan.nadrowski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I’m not sure if here is the right place to ask this question but maybe you can help me.

I’m a user of the Java SE and I really like this platform/language. In recent months I decided to study web things using Java, so: Java EE and now Jakarta EE.

When Oracle announced the Java SE support roadmap I started to hear from people of other communities (other platforms/languages) that with this roadmap the future of the Java for web is uncertain.


How do you see the future of the developer that uses Jakarta EE in 3 years? This thing of changing the release each 6 months can really reduce the use of Java for web?


Kind regards,

Aislan Nadrowski
Software Developer
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