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Java Magazine May/June 2015

Your May/June 2015 digital edition ofJava Magazine is now available

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Welcome to the May/June 2015 issue of Java Magazine! In myeditorial, I discuss the new direction Java Magazine will be taking in the issues ahead. We’re going radically more technical. In the next few issues, you'll see lots more hands-on material, deep expertise, in-depth tutorials, and all the kinds of goodness a programming magazine can deliver!
This issue contains some early teasers:
Interviews with Mark Reinhold and John Rose 
The principal engineers behind Java and the JVM discuss their experience with Java during the last 20 years: what's surprised them, what they like about the language and platform, and what's coming.
What's New in Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.1 
A host of new features makes previously burdensome tasks a lot easier to do.
Creating Games with Microsoft Kinect 
Interacting with Microsoft's gaming hardware to create a simple paddle game.
Brewing Java with the Raspberry Pi 
Program a Raspberry Pi to interact with a scale to measure coffee and control the brewing of a fine cup of Java.
Java EE: Understanding Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) 
Learn how to use strong typing in dependency injection.
Robots Answer the Call at Aldebaran 
How one company uses a Java API to program robots.
Plus an interview with JCP member Geir Magnusson; a look at a company working on deep learning; and the usual list of events, chats with Java champions, and a look at the NYC Java user group (JUG).
And more!
Have feedback about this issue? Write to me atjavamag_us@oracle.com.
Andrew Binstock
Editor-in-Chief
Java Magazine
@platypusguy
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