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Java, Serverless, Clouds, Architecture and Web conversations with Adam Bien


November 30, 2022 88 min
An conversation with David Blevins (@dblevins) about: Code Generation with bash, bash is your best friend, scripting as documentation, learn first, then automate, an opportunity to work on an EJB container, working on EJBOSS, working with the great Richard Monson-Haefel, co-founding openEJB with Richard, bluestone and gemstone servers, exolab was an incubator, openJMS, openEJB and castor, working with Apple to inte...
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An conversation with David Blevins (@dblevins) about: Atari 800, then Atari 2600, playing Pitfall!, enjoying Apple II, enjoying the M.U.L.E. game, the creative art kid, working at Public-access station, making special effects with Amiga 500, the Monday the 13th horror movie, specializing on make-up, halloween was a working day, the amazing B.B. King, learning blues, studying psychology, going to Ecuador, going to ...
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An conversation with Prof. dr. Matjaz Juric (@matjazbj) about: about KumuluzEE and the Duke Choice award, SOA had its problems, jetty is the core of KumuluzEE, Java EE fans building a lightweight runtime environment, JavaOne rejection, then winning the Duke Choice Award in 2015, KumuluzEE started with exploded deployments, KumuluzEE supported parts of Jakarta EE and fully MicroProfile from the beginning, now Kumulu...
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November 30, 2022 74 min
An conversation with Oleg Selajev (@shelajev) about: the red glowing mic, GraalVM is the runtime for your applications, GraalVM is high-performance, embeddable and polyglot, GraalVM comes with top tier Just In Time Compiler (JIT), GraalVM ships as community edition and enterprise edition, Twitter gains 10% throughput and performance improvement with GraalVM Community Edition, GraalVM is a drop-in replacement, Graal...
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November 30, 2022 59 min
An conversation with Glenn Holmer (@gholmer) about: astrology, TRS-80, Radio Shack, learning Basic, RPG and COBOL in 8 month, working for weyco group incorporated, learning assembly with core dumps, blanks instead of zeros, enjoying modern Cobol, running warehouse software on Novell Netware, starting with Java 1.1 in 1997, anonymous inner classes and JDBC were introduced with Java 1.1, AS 400 support for Ja...
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An conversation with Fabio Niephaus (@fniephaus) about: enjoying lego mindstorms, learning python, then Java, pencils and mice, using bluej, lejos - Java for lego, building extension for PHP fusion, enjoying SmallTalk, PyPy and GraalVM, rpyhton (restricted python) toolchain, AOT compilation, Java BeanShell, bringing SmallTalk to other languages with PyPy, Java on Truffle - espresso, combining multiple inter...
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November 30, 2022 66 min
An conversation with Alejandro Pablo Revilla (@apr) about: checkout episode with Alejandro: "#201 Write, Finish, Improve-jPOS", JPOS vision, handling large loads and making changes on the fly, connections to thousands ofr networking, circuit breaking 20 years ago, jPOS EE - the extendible edition, The Payment Platformn, "#72 KISS and No Dependencies in JGroups" with Bela Ban, jdom - the XML ...
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November 30, 2022 78 min
An conversation with Nicolai Parlog (@nipafx) about: JavaOne is back, virtual threads and Java 19, the old Java’s green threads, mapping between OS threads and green threads cannot be changed after assignment, Project’s Loom virtual threads are not assigned to a core, virtual threads could become the default, the artificial use of reactive programming, Project Loom performs as good as reactive, but may cons...
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November 30, 2022 68 min
An conversation with Dmitry Chuyko (@dchuyko) about: Logo on BK, and Basic on Nemiga, Pentium 1, AltaVista and Lycos, starting with Pascal, C, then Borland’s Kylix, controlling the CD tray, managing toy production with MS Access, writing drivers for Windows at high school, math over programming, joining Borland, Visual Basic, C++, XSLT then Java, from C++ to Java, using Apache Xalan, using A...
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An conversation with Mark Sailes (@MarkSailes3) about: CRaC API, C1 and C2 compilers, GraalVM and Random, CRaC and Stateful EJB beans, Lambda SnapStart and snapshotting the Firecracker VM, the CraC resource interface and listener methods, priming the critical path, Quarkus with MicroProfile AWS on Lambda CDK template, Plain Java AWS Lambda with CDK template, SDKs calls in the beforeCheckpoint hook, SnapStar...
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November 28, 2022 53 min
An conversation with David Matejcek (@dmatej) about: pmd 85 the slovak computer by Tesla. optimizing games, starting with Java 1.2, working with Apache Turbine, joining ICZ Group in Prague, from Sun One to Glassfish, working with Payara and Payara Micro, a call from Ondro, Ondrej Mihalyi appeared on "#160 Modules Are Needed, But Not Easy", Arjan Tijms appeared on "#184 Piranha: Headless Applets...
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November 20, 2022 60 min
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An conversation with John Ceccarelli (@jceccarelli1) about: Macintosh 512K, writing short stories and playing Dark Castle, studying European politics, enjoying Brno and Prague, learning Czech from a communist book, technical writing for Sun Microsystems, working on NetBeans Matisse, WYSIWYG precision is challenging, NetBeans Visual Web Pack was extremely popular, Sun’s JSF woodstock, separation of generated...
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An conversation with Heinz Kabutz (@heinzkabutz) about: Heinz previously appeared on the episode: "#183 The JavaSpecialist(s)", The Newsletter #1: “Deadlocks in Java”, SwingUtilities invokeLater, deadlocks and thread dumps, ThreadMXBean find locked threads, ForkJoin vs. parallelStream, ForkJoinPool, Java ReentrantLock and timeouts, HashTable vs. ConcurrentHashMap, Parallelism vs. Concurrency, Projec...
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October 30, 2022 64 min
An conversation with Daniel Kec (@danielkec) about: Daniel previously on in "#120 Reactive Programming, Helidon, Kafka and Project Loom", helidon project “warp” becomes Helidon Nima, Project Loom on Jersey, obstructing virtual threads, yielding a virtual thread, throttling the concurrency, the future of reactive programming, the Helidon book, websocketstream spec, Streams API, Event Sour...
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An conversation with Lenny Primak (@lprimak) about: previous appearance of lenny on airhacks: "#137 (fake) reactive programming, project loom, chunked IO", the show, captains and first officers, Payara’s Clustered Singleton EJB singletons and clusters, JBoss HA-Singleton, Paxos algorithm, JSR-223, Hazelcast partitioning, hazelcast metrics, hazelcast’s DataSerializable, Apache Shiro commi...
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An conversation with Geertjan Wielenga (@GeertjanW) about: ZX Spectrum 48k, Pascal and Basic programming at high school, studying law in South Africa, writing documentation at Sun Microsystems for netbeans, Ludovic Champenois on "#153 Java, Serverless, Google App Engine, gVisor, Kubernetes", working for Sun Microsystems in Prague, mike’s blog, GlassFish Grizzly, NetBeans RCP, monitoring oil platfor...
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An conversation with Goran Opacic (@goranopacic) about: what is a database, everything is a database, S3 queries with Athena, glue crawler on S3, Cloudflare Quiche, Kafka vs. Kinesis, proprietary managed AWS services, different writing and reading paths, openJDK CRaC (Coordinated Restore at Checkpoint), Oracle’s Aurora JVM, Amazon Aurora Serverless, the cloud is slower than your local machine, scaling is a...
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August 27, 2022
An conversation with Ken Fogel (@omniprof) about: Digi-Comp I 3bit computer by Admin Scientific, programming with small pieces of plastic, a course in fortran, a service person in a mail room working 20mins a day, borrowing 5000 dollars and buying Apple II for 2000 dollars in 1980, buying a floppy disk drive for 700 dollars, starting with AppleSoft Basic by Microsoft, learning assembly language to improve p...
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August 21, 2022 73 min
An conversation with Nicolai Parlog (@nipafx) about: Vacations without conferences, dangerous vacations on the beach, JEP-413 Code Snippets in Java API Documentation, from System Tests to code snippets, System Tests and Java clients, search and replace in code snippets, hybrid snippets, asciidoc and Markdown, Dan Allen @mojavelinux and asciidoc, Java 18’s Simple Web Server, JEP 408: Simple Web Server, JEP 421: ...
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