Monday Dec 03, 2007

JavaPolis '07 is Around the Corner




JavaPolis 2007 is starting on december 10th in Antwerp, Belgium and as expected it is already sold-out.

If you don't happen to know, JavaPolis is one of, if not, the biggest Java conference in Europe. There will be 3,200 attendees this year and some great technical content.

I'm going to be presenting the following sessions on Apache Derby / Java DB:

Throughout these sessions, the audience will get to see how Java DB can be integrated in the various web tiers and throughout various scenarios. I will cover how it can be used to empower web, standalone and server applications, as well as how it differentiates itself from traditional RDBMS, due to its unique architecture and capabilities for various types of usage.

Kristian Waagan and Jørgen Løland  from the Sun Java DB engineering team will be discussing about what's coming up in the next release of Apache Derby - Some very cool stuffs indeed.

Feel free to stop by our booth to ask questions and share your experiences; who knows, you might end-up getting some goodies, it is nearly Christmas after all ;)

See you in Antwerp!

Thursday Nov 15, 2007

Developing Real-Time RIA's with Comet and Apache Derby / Java DB

ApacheCon US 2007 

Jean-Francois Arcand and myself gave a presentation at ApacheCon US 2007 on how to develop real-time rich internet applications using Comet and Apache Derby / Java DB.

You can download the presentation slides here.

The chat application demo we showed, highlighted how Apache Derby can be used as a web client store service from JavaScript to rapidly handle and persist incoming messages sent via Comet to a web client.

With little coding, the web client store service can persist data locally and asynchronously, allowing web applications to perform searches for online and offline chatting and viewing.

The demo was run with the new (early access) Java SE 6 Update N (formerly known as Consumer JRE). I definitely observed improved JRE cold start-up time and the web client store service extension gets installed in a much more convivial way than ever.

It is good to see Java deployment and runtime being improved to faciliate the delivery and usage of Java-based modules onto a web client. I can envision new (Java) services being made available for people to integrate within their web applications.

 

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