Raw notes from @rafabene Quarkus



Java is Not Dead Yet

It is showing its age

  • When Java started, containers were not yet popular. As a result, Java went and grabbed as much resources it could to maximize



Framework optimizations

  • Moved as much as possible to the build phase

  • Allows you to build a native binary

Into live coding portion

  • Gave a great tour of the important features

I found this one a little bit hard to follow. Could be I was tired, but I found it hard to remain focused on it.

  • Panache brings Hibernate (not JPA) to Quarkus,

  • Has built in support for Swagger/OpenAPI.