Tuesday May 28, 2013

Virtual Developer Day: Java ME, SE, and EE

It's an exciting time in the Java Jungle! There are a lot of things going on "in Java" right now, and as a result, there are several free webinars scheduled to provide introductions to technologies and concepts you might want to know a bit more about. Just recently, I mentioned the upcoming Introducing Java EE 7 webcast, and now there's another one you'll probably be very interested to attend. The best part(s)? You can attend from your home or workplace and it's completely free! The worst part? You may struggle to decide which track to take - they're all that good.

For this four-hour Virtual Developer Day, here are the tracks and their topics:

Separate dates/times are offered for western and eastern hemispheres; please click this link to learn more and register.

Keep the Java flowing,
Mark

Wednesday May 22, 2013

Java EE 7: Get Ready!

With the recent approval of the Java EE 7 platform JSR, Java EE 7 is on its way!

There will be two webinars to introduce new features and give you an idea of what all the buzz is about. You can access this feature-packed event from your own desk, jump in when you can and step away when you need to do so. Registering once gets you access to both days, so you can sign up now and nail down your schedule as the time approaches.

What will you see in this online event ?
  • Business Keynote (Hasan Rizvi and Cameron Purdy)
  • Technical Keynote (Linda DeMichiel)
  • Breakout Sessions on different JSRs by specification leads
  • Live Chat
  • Lots of Demos
  • Community, Partner, and Customer video testimonials

Follow this link to sign up, or click on the images above/below. "See" you there!

All the best,
Mark

About

The Java Jungle addresses topics from mobile to enterprise Java, tech news to techniques, and anything even remotely related. The goal is to help us all do our work better with Java, however we use it.

Your Java Jungle guide is Mark Heckler, an Oracle Senior Java/Middleware/Core Engineer with development experience in numerous environments. Mark's current work pursuits and passions all revolve around Java and leave little time to blog or tweet - but somehow, he finds time to do both anyway.

Mark lives with his very understanding wife & kids in the St. Louis, MO area.



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