Today, my third article How to use JPA correctly to avoid complaints of a slow application was published on RebelLabs. In the last few years I have worked a lot with JPA, so it was a perfect opportunity to write down some of the things I have learned and hopefully help other developers.
Monthly archives "April 2014"
I had the opportunity to attend last Devoxx in Belgium. It was my first time attending a Devoxx conference and it was an awesome conference. During the event, I joined an Hackergarten organised by Arun Gupta and had the chance to contribute tests for a suit of Java EE 7 Samples in Github. Since I’m very interested in Batch processing, I started to write a few tests for the JSR-352 samples and very quickly we found a possible bug in the specification.
So, Arun Gupta told me how could I report the bug and check all the information related with the JSR-352 and told me about the JCP and the Adopt a JSR processes. The bug that we found was already reported and you can check it here.
I later met Heather VanCura that manages the JCP Program Office and she was very interested in the experience I just had at the Hackergarten. For that reason, I was interviewed to tell my own story and hopefully inspire other developers to contribute to the JCP or the Adopt a JSR processes. Here is the interview:
If you want to know more about the JCP and the Adopt a JSR processes, check: