Wednesday May 20, 2009

To Whet Your Appetite for CommunityOne and JavaOne Conferences

Not sure which CommunityOne and JavaOne conference sessions to attend this year? Here are some suggestions.

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Wednesday Apr 01, 2009

New Article on java.sun.com: Java Card 3.0 -- Classic Functionality Gets a Connectivity Boost

Java Card technology enables smart cards and other devices with very limited memory to run small applications, called applets, that employ Java technology.

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Friday Feb 06, 2009

Java ME Product and Technology Releases

Here you'll find current updates to Java ME-related technologies.

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Friday Nov 21, 2008

The 2009 JavaOne Conference Call for Papers Is Open

The JavaOne conference team is looking for interesting, innovative, and technical papers on the following topics:

  • Rich Media Applications and Interactive Content
  • Mobility
  • Services
  • Core Technology

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Wednesday Nov 05, 2008

Core Java: Product and Technology Releases

Take a look at these updates to Java technology from Sun Microsystems.

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Wednesday Apr 23, 2008

Java Card Specification 3.0 Is Now Available

More than 1.2 billion Java technology-based smart cards -- ATM cards, credit cards, ID cards, and more -- were deployed in 2007.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2008

Java SE Product and Technology Releases

Java SE 6 Update 10 Beta
Java SE 6 Update 10 introduces new features and enhancements aimed at providing an optimized consumer end-user experience. Download it now.


Java SE and NetBeans IDE Cobundle (JDK 6.0u6 / NB 6.0.1) Final Release
Get both the Java SE platform and the NetBeans IDE in one download.


Java SE for Business: Versions 6u6, 5u15, 1.4.2_17
Java SE for Business is a new product based on Sun's Java SE that offers customers faster access to critical fixes, a longer roadmap for support, and enterprise features designed to reduce the cost of deployment.


Java Real-Time System 2.1 Beta
The Sun Java Real-Time System (Java RTS) is Sun's commercial implementation of the Real-Time Specification for Java (JSR 1). Implementations of the RTSJ make standard Java technology more deterministic and enable it to meet rigorous timing requirements for mission-critical real-time applications.


Java Card Specification 3.0 First Customer Ship
Open and interoperable Java Card technology enables smart cards and other resource-constrained devices to securely run Java technology-based applications. This new spec continues the cross-platform and cross-vendor applet interoperability of the Java Card 2.2.2 platform and adds the revolutionary functionality of multiple communication interfaces, each capable of running with independent co-resident applications.


JSR 235 Service Data Objects 2.1.1 EDR
This JSR defines core infrastructure APIs for heterogeneous data access that supports common application design patterns and higher-level tools and frameworks.


JSR 303 Bean Validation 1.0 EDR
This JSR will define a metadata model and API for JavaBean validation based on annotations, with overrides and extended metadata through the use of XML validation descriptors.

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