Just before the New Year, we have an update for our JRebel users. Just released, JRebel 5.1.2 with a number of improvements is available for download.
To give you some brief highlights:
- Apache Camel routes reloading
- Improved support for EJBs on JBoss 7
- Updated JRebel for Eclipse plugin
- Updated JRebel for IntelliJ IDEA plugin
- Updated JRebel for NetBeans plugin
Holidays are very often great for hacking, besides other things like building medieval landscape puzzles in your kitchen. This is the time of year when there are less deadlines, less going on. If you don’t want to undertake a big project then we have something for you. A holiday puzzle. This time we’ve taken a step away from our historical puzzles and done this a little differently….
Instalando y usando JRebel en Eclipse IDE con Tomcat from Sergi Almar
Para aquellos que tengan poco tiempo, este post muestra las formas en que JRebel, el asesino de los redeploys en Java, ha impactado en el día a día de los programadores. Con JRebel, los desarrolladores pueden ver los cambios realizados en el código inmediatamente, ajustar el código con cambios incrementales, debugar, explorar y desplegar con facilidad (local y remotamente), y finalmente, pasar más tiempo aprendiendo y comunicándose con compañeros en vez de esperar a que el despliegue de la aplicación acabe.
Mmm, rainbow cake in my face!
Wow, has it already been a month already? That’s gone fast! So far I’ve visited the Prague and Boston offices with the Estonia (Tallinn and Tartu) trip planned for January. The ZT team have been awesome to work with from engineering to marketing to sales, and it’s been great to see everything working from end to end. It’s one thing in small-medium companies that you’re exposed to a lot, as it’s the nature of the beast.
In late November, we announced that JRebel Remoting will be available for SAP Netweaver Cloud. That little announcement marked a major milestone in our efforts during the last year: namely, that we have added support for JRebel Remoting to all the major app servers and all the major IDE’s.
Our next goal is making JRebel Remoting available in all kinds of cloud environments such as Amazon EC2 (it’s done, try it), SAP Netweaver Cloud (we’re in beta), Heroku (it actually works), Jelastic, CloudBees, CloudFoundry and OpenShift.
Software plays an increasing part in helping us get things done. We not only expect it to satisfy our rapidly changing needs, work 24/7 and perform well, but also evolve and improve in advance of our expectations. These days, the best software teams release products and features faster and more frequently, while striving to raise the bar on quality. But managing consumer demands with the increasing complexity in how software is released and delivered is not easy.
The Tallinn University of Technology contains not only Java geeks, but also a parking lot made of water!
In mid-2012, ZeroTurnaround established a partnership in Estonia to offer a course called “Java Fundamentals” at Tartu University. With the current semester coming to a close, we’ve decided to take this a step further, expand and do the course at the Tallinn University of Technology. Based on the success and popularity of our Tartu course, it makes sense to expand this to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, as well.
(From left: ZT General Manager Estonia Riina Einberg, ZT President & COO Alex Laats, Estonian Parlimentary Speaker Ene Ergma and US Ambassador to Estonia Jeffrey D. Levine)
Dear JRebelers – we have an important announcement to make, and it has nothing to do with kittens, although we do like them. We would like to take this opportunity to announce the upcoming change to the JRebel licensing model. In an attempt to simplify our model and eliminate confusion we have decided to offer two different license types, Base and Enterprise, as opposed to the three we have been offering up to this point. The change being that from January 2nd, 2013 we will no longer be offering a Personal license.