- Java EE Webinar Replay
- Putting Hypermedia Back in REST with JAX-RS
- Java Community Event in Japan
- Java Euro Tour
- New Java Champion Mark Heckler
- NightHacking Tour in Japan
- Microservices Hackathon
- New Java Champion Ivar Grimstad
- Java ME Embedded 8.3 Release
- Step-by-Step High Availability with Docker and Java EE
Tuesday May 03, 2016
Tuesday Apr 26, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Apr 26, 2016
Starting in 2005, Pratik became involved with the Atlanta Java User’s Group (AJUG), and later became a board member. His work in bringing the world’s experts on Java technology to Atlanta have helped make DevNexus one of the largest community run Java centric conferences in the world. Around the same time, he started to share his deep knowledge of Java and the JVM to developers in the USA and around the world. He is a frequent speaker at the No Fluff Just Stuff tour and other Java-centric conferences. He also is the primary organizer of DevNexusJr, a venture that is part of AJUG to bring the joy of programming to the next generation of developers. Follow him at @prpatel
The Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders who are community-nominated and selected under a project sponsored by Oracle. Learn more about Java Champions
Monday Apr 11, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Apr 11, 2016
By Java Magazine Editor Andrew Binstock
Welcome to the March/April issue of Java Magazine in which we dig into the inner workings of Java and the JVM. This issue is pure nerd-stim: bits and bytes have never been as much fun as exploring how the JVM manages garbage collectors and code caches. All good developers are mindful of how their code executes, but due to constant advances in the language and the JVM, knowing what's going on behind the scenes is not always easy.
The rest of the issue shows off Golo, a new JVM language; better persistence in Java EE; and how enums work in Java--all topped off by our famous language quiz, our no-holds-barred book review, and my editorial, which discusses a new proposal by the Java team to add greater type inference to the language. Enjoy!
Read this new edition of the Java Magazine
Wednesday Mar 30, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Mar 30, 2016
The Java Track includes three code-heavy sessions:
Thursday Mar 10, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Mar 10, 2016
Marcus Lagergren has been involved with the Java platform since the alpha versions. He worked at Appeal Virtual Machines, a performance-oriented start-up offering alternatives to byte code interpretation, slow-running thread implementations and non-native code. As one of the principal architects of the JRockit JVM, Marcus helped make sure that Java became a good alternative to writing programs in native languages.
Marcus contributed to virtual implementations of Java on hypervisors, when virtualization was still in its infancy, and demonstrated with the JRockit VE project that virtual solutions are good alternatives to physical platforms.
Marcus worked as a member of the Java language team implementing Java 8. He worked on improving support for dynamic languages on the JVM. Being a performance engineer at heart, Marcus demonstrated that dynamic languages, thanks to invokedynamic, achieve similar performance on the JVM compared to languages with a static type system.
Wednesday Mar 09, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Mar 09, 2016
Tuesday Mar 08, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Mar 08, 2016
Project Valhalla proposes to bring value types and specialized generics to Java. In this talk, Java Language Architect Brian Goetz offers some of the highlights of the progress and pitfalls of adding these features to the Java Language and VM.
Project Valhalla - http://openjdk.java.net/projects/valhalla/
Java 9 - http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk9/
Tuesday Jan 05, 2016
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Jan 05, 2016
Homepage: http://rafael.codes, blog: https://mydailyjava.blogspot.no
Follow him on Twitter: @rafaelcodes
Thursday Sep 24, 2015
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Sep 24, 2015
Tuesday Sep 08, 2015
By Yolande Poirier-Oracle on Sep 08, 2015
VTS is a series of interactive online events with hands-on sessions and presenters answering technical questions. The events are sponsored by the Oracle Technology Network (OTN). They are free events but you must register. Join the next exclusive events near you:
- Americas - September 16th- 9:30am to 12:30 PST - Register
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