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In a blog post entitled, Jakarta EE 11: The First Big Leap for Jakarta, Steve Millidge, CEO at Payara, discussed the amount of effort that has gone into making Jakarta EE a solid basis for open-source developers upon which to build. From the initial lift and shift to the new namespace change in Jakarta EE 9, to the simplification work done in Jakarta EE 10, a lot of effort has gone into making Jakarta EE a solid basis for open source developers to build on.
With that done, there’s now the opportunity to start taking Jakarta EE beyond the Java EE era. With Java 21 released, there’s now the opportunity to make sure Jakarta EE is always leveraging the latest and greatest capabilities of the new Java version, build new specifications and further unify and simplify the platform. Jakarta EE 11 is scheduled to be released in June or July 2024. This user guide will provide a brief history of Java EE/Jakarta EE and a detailed overview of some of the specifications that will be updated in Jakarta EE 11.
Category: eBook, User Guide
Subject: Jakarta EE