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Re: [] Jakarta EE in the future

Hello Aislan.

There's probably a better forum for this question, but since you're here ...

IMO, you are heading in the right direction.  I believe that the future of Jakarta EE is in good hands with the Eclipse Foundation and is on solid ground going forward.  I also believe that you would be making a very wise investment in the most open, widely used, standards based and powerful platform available.  There has always been plenty of noise and naysayers from competing camps regarding the supposed demise of Java EE/Jarkarta EE.  My recommendation would be to ignore the FUD and continue with Jakarta EE.

John Hogan

On Mon, Jul 9, 2018 at 9:46 AM, 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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