With the release of Java SE 9 and Java EE 8 a couple of weeks ago, you will be the first to get insights from the experts who built those technologies at JavaOne.
Join us at Moscone West in San Francisco or online. Watch the live-streamed sessions
in the comfort of your office. Sessions and keynotes will be streamed for the next three days from October 1st to 4th. All the sessions are streamed at San Francisco local time, which is Pacific Time (PST) in the U.S. Join the conversation on Twitter using #JavaOne and follow us @javaoneconf
Today at 2:00pm, the Java Keynote
will take place at Moscone North and streamed live online at developer.oracle.com/videos. You will learn about the ongoing Java technology enhancements and how you can improve and accelerate application innovation, development, and deployment.
Don’t miss Modular Development with JDK 9 by Alex Buckley at 5:00pm and Maven and Its Impact on Java 9 Projects at 11:00am. For avid Java EE users, below are the key Java EE sessions
today. Note the panel discussion about the move of Java EE technologies to the Eclipse Foundation at 4:30pm.
Add the sessions to the JavaOne mobile application. If you haven’t done so already, download the application from the Apple AppStore and Google Play by searching for “JavaOne San Francisco” or “JavaOne 17”
Java SE 9 Sessions
Maven and Its Impact on Java 9 Projects [CON1374]
Strategies for Java Application Migration to Java 9 [CON3632]
Building a Serverless State Service for the Cloud with Java 9 [CON3920]
Modular Development with JDK 9 [CON2773]
Modules or Microservices? [CON1450]
The Legacy Developer’s Guide to Java 9 [BOF5194]
Java EE 8 Sessions:
Java EE 8: Hands-on with the New Features [HOL1671]
Java EE 8: What’s New in the Java EE 8 Release [CON2661]
Servlet 4.0: A New Twist on an Old Favorite [CON2022]
Java Keynote [KEY7692]
Opening Up Java EE: Panel Discussion with Oracle, IBM, Red Hat, and the Eclipse Foundation [CON8030]
JSF 2.3 in Action [BOF2723]