The Stackd Podcast

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Recorded Date 7/23/2021 Description The gang is back for another jam-packed episode! Josh, Kito, Daniel, and Ian catch up and discuss the past year, COVID vaccines as software updates, AI coding tools, JDK 17, Jakarta EE 9.1, PrimeNG, Angular,
Recorded Date 8/28/2020 Description The gang is back for another jam-packed episode! Josh, Kito, Daniel, and Ian catch up with a quick chat about Zoom fatigue and virtual school, and then dive into news about TypeScript, say goodbye to IE 11, a
On this episode we dive into the Black Lives Matter topic, and see how it affects tech, from racial bias, to terminology. We take a time to discuss and see how technology can hinder (or help) our problems. We also see what's new in the UI and S
We took the time to (virtually) ask Cagatay to join us and talk about COVID Dashboard, Deep Netts platform, and the news that GitHub Acquired NPM! We also take the time to explore some of the Open Source COVID-19 efforts / dashboards and data,
Yep, the crowd have been catching up with their netflix shows, reading cool blogs, and keeping up to date in the Enterprise space! We dive a little into some of the COVID-19 OSS projects out there (for those who want to take a peek and contribu
Oh my, staying in isolation is tough! But that didn't stop the crew of Stackd to record the latest news in the full-stack space! From UI (Angular 9 is released!), to JavaFX 14, and Micronaut 1.3, there has been a lot of new things to play with!
Another stuffed-to-the-gills episode on Stackd! Where Kito, Josh, Dan and Ian talk about the new happenings on the UI (Tons have been happening), and then an update on the Server side of things (With Dropwizard, Quarkus Final Release, and Jakar
Kito, Josh, Danno, and Ian are at it again! Covering what's new in the Full-stack space, including a deep end discussion on Scrum, the interesting Front-end and Vendor Lock-in. An end-of-the-year episode not to be missed! Recorded Date Dec 6th,
Primefaces is alive and kicking! now with PrimeTek UI Updates. Working with maps? then hear how Josh uses ArcGIS JS API. Jakarta EE 8 has been released, and it's compatible with your usual suspects (Payara, Wildfly, OpenLiberty, and Eclipse Gla
So first, a big Welcome for the "Enterprise Java Newscast" to joining the "Pub House Network", a series of podcast and content created by developers for developers. Everyone is happy about the partnership and we can expect Enterprise Java Newsc
We're back! In this episode, after over a year, Kito Mann returns with co-hosts Daniel Hinojsa, Ian Hlavats, and new co-host Josh Juneau. They discuss Oracle JDK licensing, PrimeFaces, lit-html, Angular, JavaFX, MicroProfile, and more. UI Tier 
In this episode, Kito, Danno, and Ian discuss their key areas of focus for the New Year, as well as naming for EE4J and Java EE, plus Polymer, PrimeNG, Bootstrap, Arquillian, Hibernate, Spring Cloud, Docker, Machine Learning, adoption of Agile
In this episode, Kito, Danno, and Ian discuss microservices, MicroProfile, Java EE, Wildfly, ActiveMQ, KeyCloak, OpenShift, and Docker with special guest Steven Pousty, Head of Developer Advocacy for Red Hat. They also discuss Polymer with Type
In this episode, Kito, Danno, and Ian discuss all things Java, Java EE, and JavaOne with special guest JavaOne Rockstar and Java Guardian Reza Rahaman. They also discuss Microprofile, Angular 5, and more. Unfortunately, the video for this podca
Due to a variety of circumstances (including the move to Libsyn for hosting), this episode is being posted late. It was originally recorded in September, 2017. In this episode, Kito, Danno, and Ian discuss the Equifax hack (caused by an unpatch
Kito and Danno discuss Google I/O, PWAs, Polymer, Java EE 8, JavaOne, testing, TypeScript, augmented reality, Kotlin, Java 9, and more. UI Tier Google I/O Polymer 2 Progressive Web Apps Java EE Java EE 8 update Platform Java 9 and Jigsaw
Kito and Danno discuss JSF, Polymer, BootsFaces, Java EE 8, microprofile.io, AWS S3 going down, and more. UI Tier PrimeReact 1.0.0-Alpha.1 Released JSF 2.3 Released Getting Started with BootsFaces: a Tutorial webfaces Polymer 2.0 RC1 Java
After a long hiatus, Kito, Ian, and Danno discuss a variety of topics, including Elm, Angular, JSweet, PrimeNG, Web Components, Polymer, TypeScript, and more. Links Angular 2 released (Sept 2016) Angular 4 planned - What? (Dec 2016) Angular
A lively discussion with Kito, Daniel, and special guest Java Champion Arun Gupta. They discuss a variety of topics, including Docker, Kubernetes, the future of Java EE, Couchbase, the impact of removing a popular NPM package, health and fitnes
Kito, Danno, and special guest Cagatay Civici discuss font-end web development, Angular2, Web Components, PrimeFaces and related projects (Prime Elements, PrimeUI, and PrimeNG), Java EE MVC, Oracle dropping the Java plugin, and Oracle’s commitm
Kito, Daniel, Ian and special guest Venkat Subramaniam discuss a wide variety of topics including JavaOne, Java lambdas, microservices, ES2015’s class syntax, and his new book, Pragmatic Scala (the second edition of Programming Scala). In fact,
Kito, Daniel, and Ian discuss the challenges of programming with different languages plus new releases from JBoss, Spring, PrimeFaces, RichFaces, TypeScript, git, WebSphere, and more. They also discuss the rise of TypeScript as a popular altern
Kito and Daniel discuss new releases from PrimeFaces, OpenWebBeans, DeltaSpike, Spring Boot, Polymer, AngularJS, WebAssembly, Play, Lucene, new JSF extensions, and more. They also discuss Microsoft’s open-source strategy and Visual Studio Code.
Kito and Daniel are joined by special guest Seb Rose (co-author of The Cucumber for Java Book: Behaviour-Driven Development for Testers and Developers). They discuss new releases from Polymer, ICEfaces, PrimeFaces,  JBoss EAP, SonarCube, Pitest
Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Oracle, PrimeFaces, RichFaces, Hibernate, Spring, Apache, and more. They also discuss AngularJS 2.0’s decision to use TypeScript, Microsoft dropping IE, and testing with Selenium and Geb. Correction
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