JAX Innovation Awards

Welche ist die innovativste Java-Technologie?

Nur noch eine Woche bleibt der Java-Community, im Rahmen der JAX Innovation Awards ihre Stimme für die innovativsten Beiträge zum Java-Ökosystem abzugeben. Noch ist nichts entschieden und soviel sei verraten: Im Augenblick liegen die 15 Kandidaten noch eng beisammen!

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Die Wahlurnen sind noch bis zum 21. Juni geöffnet. Falls Sie es also noch nicht getan haben – stimmen Sie ab unter:


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Und falls Sie noch etwas Entscheidungshilfe für Ihre Stimmabgabe benötigen: Hier sind die Finalisten in der Kategorie „Most Innovative Java Technology“ mit einigen Zitaten aus den offiziellen Proposals:

  1. Akka

    Reasons for filling in this proposal:

    Akka’s Actors are a perfect model for writing highly concurrent and scalable systems. Writing concurrent systems using traditional techniques such as locks and threads is way too hard. The Actor model provides a great alternative in which it is easier to write correct and performant highly concurrent systems that are easier to understand and reason about. No framework or toolkit in the Java space provides this.

  2. Clojure
  3. Reasons for filling in this proposal:

    Clojure has extended what is possible on the JVM, offering a flawless example of a true symbiotic relationship with Java and the JDK. The concurrent programming constructs, rich data structures, and vibrant community make Clojure an instant win for any individual or organization. It has slowly become the tool I always reach for in my toolbox.

  4. Neo4j Graph Database

    Reasons for filling in this proposal:

    As part of the innovative NOSQL movement Neo4j is the only fully open sourced graph database implementation in Java. People can use it in their JVM based applications with any of the JVM languages, it’s source can be studied to learn about highly efficient NIO operations and correct concurrent and transactional request handling. Neo4j enables applications in the Java Ecosystem to leverage the powerful graph model to excel at connected data.

  5. Gradle

    Reasons for filling in this proposal:

    Project automation is one of the pillars of successful software development. The requirements of automation have increased significantly in recent years, and now go far beyond the traditional build. In order to reduce risks of failure, it is essential to reduce the cycle time between an idea and usable software. It is necessary to have feedback as early and often as possible. To achieve that Gradle provides innovative solutions for the big pain points in this area: Performance, Maintainability and Extensibility. It is one of the first major tools that allows you to model a complex domain with a modern and extensible DSL.

  6. JRebel

    Reasons for filling in this proposal:

    JRebel solved the problem that has plagued the Java industry from the start, catalyzed development of instant turnaround in various Java technologies and erased the competitive advantage enjoyed by dynamic languages.


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