Tomitribe at CodeOne 2019

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Oracle CodeOne 2019 was held on September 16th-19th in San Francisco.  During the event developers, users, architects, managers and many IT stakeholders from around the world had the opportunity to network, share and learn about the established and cutting edge technologies related to cloud-native, Apache TomEE, Eclipse MicroProfile, GraalVM, Data Science, DevOps, Jakarta EE, Testing frameworks and more. Tomitribe was again excited to return to the second iteration of what used to be JavaOneConf.  Four Tribers:  David, Amelia, Jean-Louis and Cesar were actively involved in many presentations, Hands-on Labs, community activities/parties and Hackergartens.  Activities Covered Meet the JCP Executive Committee 20th JCP…

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HackDay: Cómo contribuir en proyectos Open source

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 Grupos de usuarios de Java de España y Latinoamérica nos hemos unido para compartir conocimientos. Desde noviembre del 2017 hemos estado reuniéndonos periódicamente para compartir conocimiento utilizando los dos lenguajes que mas nos gustan, Java y el Español. Los eventos anteriores han sido transmitidos en directo desde el canal de Youtube de Evento JEspañol. Desde el Caribe el grupo de usuarios la República Dominicana Java Dominicano será el encargado de moderar nuestro sexto encuentro titulado: Cómo contribuir en proyectos open source. En esta sesión estaremos hablando sobre cómo contribuir al código abierto: herramientas, medios, proceso, recomendaciones y más. Trabajaremos…

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OpenSource and Math Never Lie: Podcast by Adam Bien & Amelia Eiras

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Adam Bien, being THE amazing Adam who never gives up, continues to integrate the diverse voices in our Software Ecosystem via his informal and fun podcast called: http://airhacks.fm. I was thrilled to be a guest on Adam’s 46th airhack, thank YOU #usualsuspects  Thank you for caring enough to prioritize your time, each Monday of the month for almost 3 years and counting, for such a fun activity. Thank you for including me, the many guests before and the future airhacks’ guests. Bias to the core, I have enjoyed listening to many of your podcasts, the signature continues to be sharing…

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Conviértete en un Contributor de Open Source con Apache TomEE

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Durante esta sesión de video, Daniel Dias y Cesar Hernandez comparten sus retos, oportunidades y recomendaciones para iniciar a contribuir en proyectos de Código Abierto como lo és Apache TomEE. La demostración de la sesión incluye como desde cero llegar a colocar un pull-request en el proyecto Apache TomEE cubriendo los aspectos de herramientas, procesos y comunicación.

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Creating MicroProfile Applications with TomEE by David Salter

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David Salter @GeefyGeorge Watch David’s video that uses the MicroProfile Starter “Beta”  https://start.microprofile.io with Apache TomEE. David is helping the TomEE community and MicroProfile community beyond committing code. “Both the TomEE and MicroProfile (and Java EE in general) are great communities and I’m proud to help out in any way I can.” -David Salter
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Jakarta EE: A New Hope

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It was announced today that we in the Jakarta EE community would not be able to modify the javax namespace. When I heard that statement uttered for the first time, I was certain I heard wrong. I asked several questions hoping for more positive news with better options in the future. No, it was exactly what I heard. Many of you know me as a positive voice in the community, but even my calm demeanor was cracked. Several visceral statements left my mouth and at one point during the meeting I recall using the word asinine. Transitioning through the stages…

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Surviving the Frequency of Open Source Vulnerabilities

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If you think your company is immune to cyber attacks, think again. By some estimates, nearly half of all websites have, at this very moment, a critical security vulnerability and nine out of ten have at least a moderate security vulnerability.1 No One Is Safe Even the largest and most sophisticated sites are not fully secure. It’s estimated that of the 500 busiest websites one third are not secure including sites like ESPN.com, BBC.com, Wikia.com, MyShopify.com, Chegg.com, and NBA.com1. Within the last year, some of the largest companies in the world have experienced breaches exposing sensitive data and affecting millions...
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It’s Easy! Your First TomEE Pull-Request: Fetch, Code, Commit, and Push

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This is the second installment in a two-part article covering the Process Task portion of the Contribution Workflow. The Contribution Workflow is covered in detail in the first part within “Section 1: The Contribution Workflow Overview.” The Process Task portion of the Contribution Workflow is where you do the work on an issue (bug fixes, enhancements, tests, documentation) after getting assigned a JIRA ticket. This is where the rubber meets the road; where the actual work of writing or coding a solution takes place. The following diagram shows how the Process Task portion of the Contribution Workflow fits into the…

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