JavaOne is coming to an end, and but that doesn’t mean the enthusiasm for the language and its future that a conference like this generates will dissipate any time soon. There’s always an echo of articles and content that gets published as the event winds down, so there will be stream of articles coming from TheServerSide in the next few weeks providing more insights into the developers, analysts and architects that make a conference like JavaOne great. But for now, here’s a roundup of some of the more popular articles TheServerSide has pushed into the newsfeed over the past few days.

A JavaOne Roundup - Part I

JavaOne 2014 speaker preview with Rob Terpilowski

The highlights of Java EE 8 by George Lawton

Goetz hangs his hat on lambda parallelism and performance by Cameron McKenzie

Understanding the new Nashorn by George Lawton

What the heck was that at the end of the JavaOne Technical Keynote? by Cameron McKenzie

Anyways, that’s just a small taste. There will be plenty more to come.

JavaOne – every software developer should attend it, at least once. You won’t regret it.