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Re: [] Foundations of Modern Java Server Apps presentation (crossposted)

Good evening, have you considered including

El jue, 10 nov 2022 a la(s) 16:45, Ondro Mihályi (mihalyi@xxxxxxxxxxx) escribió:
Hi Kito,

A few things:
  • You have 2 slides with Payara Micro, the first one says No GrapQL support, the second one includes GraphQL. Is that intentional? I don't think Payara Micro supports GraphQL by any means
  • The slide about MicroProfile on page 33 contains some Jakarta EE specifications, that aren't in MicroProfile (Security, Servlet, Messaging, Persistence, Mail, Bean Val). I believe that only CDI, REST and JSON should stay there
Edwin is right that Jakarta EE and MicroProfile don't require the Eclipse prefix and it's better to write them without it. But you can mention that they are both managed under the Eclipse Foundation.


On Thu, Nov 10, 2022 at 6:10 PM Kito D. Mann <kito.mann@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello everyone,

At JavaOne I gave a new talk called Foundations of Modern Java Server Apps that attempts to show both new Java developers and those who haven't yet caught up with microservices how modern microservice frameworks are built on JakartaEE and (sometimes) Microprofile. I'm giving this talk again in December at JakartaOne Livestream, but I'd love to get feedback from folks about how I can make the talk better, especially if there are any obvious errors or omissions. You can find the abstract and slides here:

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