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The first day of JavaOne is already over!
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In the past Sunday used to be a more relaxing day with ‘just’ some JavaOne activities going on. Sunday used to be a soft day to prepare yourself for an exhausting week. This is now over as JavaOne is expanding; Sunday is now an integral part of the conference. One of the side effect of this extra day is that some activities related to JavaOne and OpenWorld such as MySQL Connect are being push to start a day earlier on Saturday (can you spot the pattern here?).

On the GlassFish front, Sunday was a very busy day! It started at the Moscone Center with the annual GlassFish Community Event where the Java EE 7 and GF 4 roadmaps were presented and discussed. During the event, different GlassFish users such as ZeroTurnaround (the JRebel guys),

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Tab Sweep: Email, AntClassLoader, CouchBase Manager, Memory Usage, ...
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Recent Tips and News on Java, Java EE 6, GlassFish & more :

Java, GlassFish v3, High CPU and Memory Usage, Locked Threads, Death (Gregor Bowie)
Why I will continue to use Spring *and* Java EE in new Enterprise Java Projects in 2012/2013 (Nikos Maravitsas)
The Most Frequently Asked Question About Java EE 6 &

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Java EE testing with GlassFish and modern frameworks
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Integration testing of Java EE developments is an important topic both Markus Eisele and Antonio Goncalves have recently covered in respective blogs.

Both use GlassFish and Arquillian while Antonio shows different testing approaches and also throws Mockito into the mix.

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Contributor agreements, a reminder and an update
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One of the many things that hasn't changed with GlassFish since the acquisition is how we welcome contributions from the community (in fact we've seen an increased number of those recently).

The Oracle Contributor Agreement, or OCA (born as the SCA) is a required document before we can accept such contributions and a fairly common practice in open source projects. One important thing that has changed for the OCA is the email address to use for signed contributor agreements. Check this

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FISL12 Trip Report - Special Appearance by "Javali" and "Code Monkey"
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FISL is the biggest open source conference in Latin America and had about 7000 participants in the FISL 12 that concluded earlier this week. This was my third consecutive year (2010 and 2009) and as every year the conference was packed with lectures, workshops, demonstrations, booths, presentations, and lot more.
Anil Gaur, VP of Java EE Platform and GlassFish, gave a presentation on "Oracle GlassFish Server: A flexibly, light-weight, and production-ready Java EE 6". There were about 100 attendees in the theatre-style seating. The talk gave a great

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FISL12 Trip Report - Special Appearance by "Javali" and "Code Monkey"
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FISL is the biggest open source conference in Latin America and had about 7000 participants in the FISL 12 that concluded earlier this week. This was my third consecutive year (2010 and 2009) and as every year the conference was packed with lectures, workshops, demonstrations, booths, presentations, and lot more.
Anil Gaur, VP of Java EE Platform and GlassFish, gave a presentation on "Oracle GlassFish Server: A flexibly, light-weight, and production-ready Java EE 6". There were about 100 attendees in the theatre-style seating. The talk gave a great

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It's all about embedded (and testing)
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In his recent "Test Coverage for your Enterprise Beans" blog post Markus Eisele starts by discussing the differences between the GlassFish Embedded API, the standard EJB 3.1 API, and the Maven GlassFish Plugin. He then goes on to describe his Eclipse + Eclemma plugin + GlassFish Embedded 3.1 + Maven configuration. He also discusses Global JNDI names (new in EJB 3.1) and the use of ANT with cases when you'll need in-place instrumentation of your code for proper code coverage execution.

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It's all about embedded (and testing)
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In his recent "Test Coverage for your Enterprise Beans" blog post Markus Eisele starts by discussing the differences between the GlassFish Embedded API, the standard EJB 3.1 API, and the Maven GlassFish Plugin. He then goes on to describe his Eclipse + Eclemma plugin + GlassFish Embedded 3.1 + Maven configuration. He also discusses Global JNDI names (new in EJB 3.1) and the use of ANT with cases when you'll need in-place instrumentation of your code for proper code coverage execution.

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Get social and healthy with GlassFish
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Two new stories have been published this week and both of them use GlassFish 3.1 in production. If you haven't seen them before, "Stories" is a blog with production use of GlassFish by small, medium, and large users with user questionnaires describing their experience with the rest of the community.

The first story is PointDebate, a "social network company that stir up, engage and give voice to most diverse opinions". They've been following pretty closely all the recent updates of GlassFish and now run the latest 3.1 version (only a month after it was released). They application is built using Java EE 6 and JSF in particular with RichFaces. The full architecture includes MySQL as well as EHCache and uses JMS to "decouple operations" (an somewhat underutilized architectural

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Get social and healthy with GlassFish
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Two new stories have been published this week and both of them use GlassFish 3.1 in production. If you haven't seen them before, "Stories" is a blog with production use of GlassFish by small, medium, and large users with user questionnaires describing their experience with the rest of the community.

The first story is PointDebate, a "social network company that stir up, engage and give voice to most diverse opinions". They've been following pretty closely all the recent updates of GlassFish and now run the latest 3.1 version (only a month after it was released). They application is built using Java EE 6 and JSF in particular with RichFaces. The full architecture includes MySQL as well as EHCache and uses JMS to "decouple operations" (an somewhat underutilized

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