Introducing Jakarta EE Fundamentals Building Java-based Enterprise Quality Systems

  • Tarun Telang

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Gain an overview of the Eclipse-based open source Jakarta EE APIs and technologies formerly called Java EE (Enterprise Edition). This video highlights the key components of the latest Jakaarta EE release, giving you the knowledge you need to begin your journey to developing enterprise-level applications.

This video will familiarize you with the important terms and concepts behind the Jakarta EE enterprise application development platform and introduce its architecture.

After completing this video course, you’ll be prepared for a deeper dive into enterprise application development using Jakarta EE.

What You Will Learn

  • Discover what Jakarta EE is and how it has evolved to meet current business needs

  • Understand why Jakarta EE application development is more relevant now than ever

  • Master the key Jakarta EE specifications and how to use them

  • Leverage TCKs to ensure compatibility

Who This Video Is For

Full-stack Java developers and programmers; no prior experience in Jakarta EE or Java EE is assumed. However, at least some prior exposure to core Java, Java SE, and the JDK is recommended.

This video offers an overview of the Eclipse-based open source Jakarta EE APIs, highlighting key components of the latest Jakarta EE release.

About The Author

Tarun Telang

Tarun Telang is an experienced Software Engineer with expertise in Web, Mobile, and Cloud-based enterprise software solution development for world-renowned software companies including Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, BlackBerry, and Polycom. He is a hands-on technologist with 16+ years of IT industry experience with a strong business understanding and the ability to architect complex software solutions. He has been presenting in conferences related to software technology, writing technical articles and blogs for more than 10 years. Tarun has also taught Database Concepts, Data Structures & Programming Languages to computer science engineering students. He has earned the following certifications: Oracle Certified Programmer for Java 6.0 Platform, SAP Certified Development Consultant for NetWeaver 04 Java Web Application Development, SAP Certified Application Management Expert for End-to-End Root Cause Analysis - Solution Manager 4.0, and NASBA Certification on Remote Work.

 

About this video

Author(s)
Tarun Telang
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-7339-5
Online ISBN
978-1-4842-7339-5
Total duration
44 min
Publisher
Apress
Copyright information
© Tarun Telang 2021

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Video Transcript

Since many years, Java Enterprise Edition or Java EE, is a popular platform for building mission critical enterprise applications. Java EE has now been rebranded to Jakarta EE as the project has moved under the governance of the Eclipse Foundation. Jakarta EE is much more than the next iteration of Java Enterprise Edition. It’s a platform containing collections of technologies and frameworks for building modern cloud native Java applications.

It’s built upon decades of experience gained from developing and deploying mission critical application. Some of the objectives for this video series is building familiarity with Jakarta EE and its guiding principles around the specification process, and technology compatibility kits. You’ll also learn about important technical terms and key concepts, including some of the media capabilities of this rapidly evolving platform. After completing this video series, you’ll not only become familiar with this platform, but will also be able to appreciate its benefits for building Java based enterprise systems.

This video is for Java developers, software architects, executives, DevOps engineers, or anyone interested in developing or deploying enterprise applications. The prerequisites for this video series include basic familiarity with Java programming language, understanding of object oriented principles, concepts like classes, interfaces, and annotations. Although it is not required, prior experience or familiarity with components of any server-side part of that framework like Spring or Apache Struts would be helpful. I am very excited to present this video series on Jakarta EE to you. Let us begin our learning journey.