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Java EE and GlassFish sessions at JavaOne 2011

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A complete list of Java EE and GlassFish Technical Sessions,
Birds-of-Feather, Hands-on Lab, and Community Events at JavaOne 2011 is

now available
. The list of sessions delivered by the Oracle speakers is
in-lined below for your convenience:









  • Autoscaling in the Cloud (26462)

  • Beginning Java EE 6 (23421)

  • CDI Today and Tomorrow (19941)

  • Cloud-Enabled Java Persistence (24445)

  • Clusters in the Clouds: Dynamically Scaling Application Server

    Clusters with the Cloud (26041)

  • Concurrent Java EE Programming (25085)

  • Develop, Deploy, and Monitor a Java EE 6 Application with

    Clustered GlassFish 3.1 (19120)

  • Enterprise JavaBeans Technology 3.2 (23180)

  • GlassFish Community: The Foundation for Opportunity (29621)

  • GlassFish Community Event (23426)

  • GlassFish REST Administration Back End: An Insider Look at a

    Real REST Application (25008)

  • GlassFish Unconference: Let Your Voice Be Heard (29643)

  • Handling Service Orchestration in the Cloud for GlassFish

    (25360)

  • Highly Available Web Services (23444)

  • Implementing Asynchronous HTTP Client and Server Applications

    with Grizzly 2 (25087)

  • Integrating JSR 196 (JASPIC) with Containers (24984)

  • Is There Fresh Air in the Cloud for Application Servers? (24880)

  • JAX-RS 2.0: What's in JSR 339? (22800)

  • JDBC and Rowset Community Discussion (23481)

  • JSF Status and Community Input (25147)

  • JSR 343: What's Coming in Java Message Service 2.0 (24580 - BOF)

  • Java API for JSON - 24742

  • Java EE 6 Development in Eclipse (25233)

  • Java EE 6 Tools Support: What Do You Need? (25065)

  • Java EE Cluster Management Strategies (22522)

  • Java EE Web Container in the Cloud (22340)

  • Java Persistence API 2.1 BOF (24923)

  • Java Persistence API 2.1: What's New and What's Coming (24981)

  • Java Persistence API on the Grid (24521)

  • Java and JSF: JSF Has Never Been Just About Markup (18920

  • Meet the Experts: EJB 3.2 Expert Group (23166)

  • Modularity in the Enterprise (19860)

  • Oracle GlassFish Server in the Virtual World (25041)

  • Rethinking Best Practices with Java EE 6 (21622)

  • Reusing JDK 7's JAX-WS Runtime - (24800)

  • Service Orchestration Requirements for Java EE PaaS Runtimes

    (25361)

  • Strategies and Best Practices for Highly Scalable Java

    Persistence Applications (25145)

  • Testing in the Cloud (26581)

  • The New JSR 107 Caching Standard (24223)

  • The Road to Java EE 7: Is It All About the Cloud? (23423)

  • Using OAuth with RESTful Web Services (24761)

  • What's Hot in Metro Web Services (23442)

  • What's New in Jersey? Production-Ready RESTful Framework That Implements JAX-RS (24607)

  • XML-Free Programming: Java Server and Client Development Without <> (22125)


And there are several sessions delivered by the community as well.

  • A Tale About Caching (JSR 107) and Data Grids (JSR 347) in Enterprise

    Java (23382)

  • Apache TomEE Java EE 6 Web Profile (23680)

  • Architectural Design Patterns for Java in Windows Azure (25240)

  • Beautiful Java EE: URL Rewriting for the Next-Generation Web User

    (24507)

  • Best Practices for Migrating Spring Applications to Java EE 6 (24423)

  • Best Practices for Using Eclipse Dali Tools to Deploy JPA/Java EE Apps

    Anywhere (23106)

  • Clusters in the Clouds: Dynamically Scaling Application Server Clusters

    with the Cloud (26041)

  • Death of the Slow: JBoss AS7 (25288)

  • EJB with Meta-annotations (25244)

  • Experiences with Java EE-Enabled PaaS (26120)

  • Extending the Java Message Service API to the Internet over HTML5

    WebSockets (22640)

  • Fun with EJB 3.1 and OpenEJB (25209)

  • Hacking Java EE: CDI Extension Writing n00b to l33t (23805)

  • How Do You Update Your Java EE App in Production? (19240)

  • Introducing Contexts and Dependency Injection 1.1 (22480)

  • Is Java EE Relevant to the Cloud? (23941)

  • JPA Puzzlers (25029)

  • Java EE 6: The Cool Parts (21641)

  • Java EE Behave!: Behavior-Driven Development with Java EE (24421)

  • Java EE Concurrency Misconceptions (24100)

  • Java EE Web Security by Example (17340)

  • Java EE and Spring/MVC Shoot-out (24161

  • Java EE on Google App Engine: CDI to the Rescue (24346)

  • Java Enterprise Applications in the Cloud: Fast, Fun, and Easier Than

    Ever (22120)

  • Making Java EE Cloud-Friendly: JSR 347, Data Grids for the Java Platform

    (23380)

  • Patterns and Best Practices for CDI (20181)

  • Polyglot Persistence in the Cloud with Grails and Java EE (24280)

  • Productively Fun Web Development with Apache Wicket and Java EE 6

    (23000)

  • Real Java Enterprise Testing (23813)

  • Refactoring Java EE 5 Code to Take Advantage of Java EE 6 Features

    (25293)

  • Securing Enterprise Java Applications in Oracle GlassFish Server Release

    3.1 (20861)

  • Using Apache Camel and Java EE in an OSGi World (26521)

Where will we see you ?

Let me know if your sessions are missing from here and will be happy to
update the list.

I'd particularly like to highlight the 2-part

GlassFish Community Eventt
on Oct 2 (Sunday) where you'll hear the latest
updates on the community, product roadmaps, meet the team (most of us will be
there), and will have fun activities as well. These events are listed as
following in the

Content Catalog
:

  • GlassFish Community: The Foundation for Opportunity (29621)

  • GlassFish Unconference: Let Your Voice Be Heard (29643)

And there there is of course

Thirsty Bear Party on Sunday night
. The complete details about registering
for the Community Event and Party are

described here
.

Your complete set of

JavaOne Flair
is available in the
JavaOne Toolkit.
Or you can use one of the GlassFish-flavor as well :-)











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