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The Java Enterprise Community on java.net is a new gathering place for developers working with Java Enterprise Edition (EE) technologies. Here, you can immerse yourself in a thriving community of developers and technology experts and find people with similar interests to help with your own open-source projects. Check back often to find the latest project/community news!

Community News & Announcements

Considering submitting a new project in the Enterprise Community?
[Posted Sep 19, 2011]

Read the questions that enterprise leaders ask you, after you have submitted a new project request. This will help community leaders approve your projects quicker.

Need some BluePrints to help in your design work?
[Posted Sep 19, 2011]

The J2EE BluePrints formalize best practices, guidelines and applications for designing enterprise applications and web services using Java technologies.

New to the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) platform?
[Posted Sep 19, 2011]

Read this short document to get started in no time!

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posted by edburns on Jul 1, 2015
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GeekOut 2015 Summary
posted by edburns on Jun 16, 2015
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Automating Deployment of the Summit ADF Sample Application to the Oracle Java Cloud Service
posted by bleonard on Jun 4, 2015
Automating Deployment of the Summit ADF Sample Application to the Oracle Java Cloud Service
Leveraging the Oracle Developer Cloud from Eclipse
posted by bleonard on May 22, 2015
In an earlier post I wrote about Getting to Know the Developer Cloud Service. There wasn't an IDE used in that post and I'm a big fan of IDEs.
ConFESS 2015 Wrap Up
posted by edburns on May 18, 2015
ConFESS 2015 Wrap Up Hard on the heels of JavaLand was ConFESS.
 

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