Jakarta One 2020, held on December 8th, 2020, gathered industry users and Java communities to share and learn the latest Java enterprise-related technologies. Jakarta EE 9, officially announced in November 2020, that they have created a lot of momentum to keep the conversation going in terms of lessons learned, roadmaps, and best practices. 

Rafael Guimares, and I, had the opportunity to present the session “Keeping Brazil’s Medical Industry Safe with MicroProfile & JakartaEE”. The session addressed the challenges, opportunities, and roadmap to migrating one of Brazil’s medical industry applications from Java EE into Jakarta EE 9, and MicroProfile implementations, towards a Clod-Native Java architecture. 

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Cesar Hernandez

Cesar Hernandez

César Hernández is a Senior Software Engineer at Tomitribe with experience in Enterprise Java Applications. He is a Java Champion, Duke's Choice Award winner, Eclipse Committer, Open Source advocate, teacher, and public speaker. When César is away from a computer, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing music with the Java Community Band, The Null Pointers. Follow Cesar on twitter @CesarHgt
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