- Gateway pattern, stateful vs. stateless behavior and the “Extended” EntityManager (multiple questions)
- Boundaries intercommunication restrictions Java EE (two boundaries should not communicate with each other) Boundaries intercommunication restrictions Java EE Email question from: Sergio David
- How to learn Java SE/EE (email from *seti*)
- .NET vs. Java EE – after 5 years JAVA EE OR .NET - AN ALMOST UNBIASED OPINION Question from: Süleyman Vurucu
- What is the state of Java EE 7 (Adam S.)
- Cancel vs. Cancellation, and when “GET” and “POST” are not enough Frank
- @AdamBien please suggest some good resource for Java EE inside view like how container create stateless beans and so on #airhacks @ mesurajchhetry
- Layers, Tiers and interactions. Blog post dicusssion
- What are micro services? Carsten Czyszewski
- Is it possible to Implement microservices with JEE? Carsten Czyszewski
- Are there any improvements on implementing the good old design patterns with
JEE 7 / Java 8? Carsten Czyszewski
- The difference between @Path and @Stateless + @Path Sam
- How do I run integration tests? mvn test does not trigger them, nor the mvn
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