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We started the Foojay Podcast JUG World Tour in Manchester last December. Last month we were in Dubai. And now we are on the other side of the world in the US to meet the people behind the Denver and Boulder JUG. Guests Greg Ostravich https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregostravich/ https://twitter.com/GregOstravich Zettie Chin-Fong https://www.linkedin.…
 
In this podcast, we are talking to some of the key people working on different IDEs, Integrated Development Environments. Those are applications that provide tools to computer programmers for software development. An IDE typically consists of at least a source code editor, build automation tools, and a debugger. Let's learn how these tools evolved,…
 
A few weeks ago, Ted Neward published a post in which he reviewed the predictions he made one year ago and added a long list of predictions for 2023. In this Foojay Podcast episode, we talk about these predictions, and we even found an analogy between what has happened at Twitter in the last months and the history of Java! Guests Ted Neward (@tedne…
 
Last month we introduced a new topic in this podcast when we visited the Manchester Java User group. That JUG already exists for nearly 10 years, so they had a lot of history to share. In this episode, we talk to the organizers of the Dubai JUG that started in May of 2022. Let’s learn what the challenges are for a new JUG, how the culture of Dubai …
 
JavaFX was introduced by Sun Microsystems in May 2007 and provides a platform for desktop, mobile, and embedded systems built on Java. Let's talk about the JavaFX framework itself, but also about the libraries and applications that are built with it. Guests Pedro Duque Vieira (@p_duke) Sean Phillips (@seanmiphillips) Johan Vos (@johanvos@mastodon.s…
 
With this Foojay Podcast, we introduce a new topic: once per month, we will virtually travel to a Java User Group (JUG) to learn how they organize their events and learn from their experiences. For this first Foojay JUG Podcast, we are flying to Manchester in the UK. Guests Jonathan Bullock (@jonbullock, @jonbullock@foojay.social) Nick Ebbitt (@nic…
 
For this Foojay Podcast, we invited security experts to dive into the fascinating world of secure coding and detecting vulnerabilities in your Java applications. How can you make and keep your systems safe? That's what we want to find out... Guests Steve Poole (Sonatype, @spool167) Brian Vermeer (Snyk, @BrianVerm, @brianverm@mastodon.social) Anasta…
 
In this episode, we want to give you a look behind the curtains of Foojay.io. The very first post on the website dates from April 25th in 2020, and it was by Geertjan Wielenga. Let's look back and what has happened on Foojay during the 2,5 years since that first post, and talk to some of the people behind the project. Guests: Geertjan Wielenga (Azu…
 
On September 20th, OpenJDK version 19 gets released. In this podcast, we are looking forward to the new features and changes this release brings. Guests: Miroslav Wengner (OpenValue) Mary Grygleski (CJUG, DataStax) Deepu K Sasidharan (Okta, JHipster) Podcast host: Erik Costlow (Azul) 0'00 Short intro and music 0'15 Introduction about the shift of J…
 
In this podcast, we explore the topic of why there are so many JDKs, how are they the same, and how they are different. We balance the Java perspective with a special guest from the Rust foundation to learn how a peer ecosystem works. Quick summary—the role of Java as a central system runtime lead to multiple implementations and the companies that …
 
Foojay community members discuss the modernization of Jakarta EE applications from the older Java EE form, including backwards-compatibility, as well as forwards-excitement about cool new developments like Microprofile. Guests: Rudy De Busscher, product manager of Payara and EE contributor. Josh Juneau, consultant and author of Jakarta EE Recipes. …
 
Foojay community members and beyond discuss embedded Java: James Gosling, creator of Java and embedded enthusiast. Distinguished engineer of AWS GreenGrass and former Liquid Robotics, an autonomous ocean vehicle powered by water. Frank Delporte, engineer with Toadi, an autonomous lawn-mowing robot (no wires) and Pi4J contributor of Raspberry-pi bas…
 
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