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Daniel is a Jakarta EE Developer who loves sharing, learning new Java / Jakarta EE subjects and technologies with the community. Member of the JCP, contributor of the JSR 354 (Money and Currency API) , JSR-371 (MVC 1.0), JSR-382 (Configuration API 1.0) and Expert Group JSR-385 (Units of Measurement 2.0) specifications, he is currently a committer for the Apache TomEE project.

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Pinned

  1. Forked from apache/tomee

    Mirror of Apache Tomee

    Java

  2. Forked from apache/tomee-site-generator

    Mirror of Apache TomEE Site Generator

    Java

  3. Forked from eclipse-ee4j/krazo

    Java

  4. Forked from eclipse-ee4j/mvc-api

    MVC project

    Java

  5. Repository to contents about Java in my blog in medium . https://medium.com/danieldiasjava/tagged/english-posts

    Java 2

  6. Eclipse JNoSQL is a framework which has the goal to help Java developers to create Jakarta EE applications with NoSQL.

    Java 152 47

385 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to apache/tomee, eclipse-ee4j/krazo, Daniel-Dos/krazo-tests and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2021

Daniel-Dos has no activity yet for this period.

May 2021

Created 1 commit in 1 repository
Created 2 repositories
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
eclipse-ee4j/krazo 1 pull request

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