By Yolande Poirier on May 21, 2013
July 22-25, 2013
You know that change is constant and that Java is a remarkably dynamic platform. This comes through clearly in the JavaOne Shanghai sessions, which offer practical advice you can use now and information to leverage in the future.
Choose from more than 50 expert-led sessions, hands-on labs, keynotes, and demos. Learn valuable techniques and shortcuts for everything from mobile devices to JavaFX to emerging languages, and begin creating richer user experiences across multiple platforms.
Several of the sessions and their presenters are seen here:
Build a Platform-Independent Interactive E-Book Compiler with JavaFX
Antonio Xu, CEO, XuNing Technology Co., Ltd.
Database DevOps, with MySQL 5.6 GA, Flyway, and Hudson
Michael Hüttermann, Freelance Developer/Architect, http://huettermann.net
Henrik Engström, Console Development Lead, Typesafe
Make Your Clients Richer: JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform
Gail Anderson, Director of Research; and Paul Anderson, Director of Training, Anderson Software Group
Migrating Spring Applications to Java EE 6
Paul Bakker, Senior Software Engineer; and Bert Ertman, Fellow, Luminis Technologies
Moving to the Client: JavaFX and HTML5
Stephen Chin, Java Evangelist, Oracle; and Kevin Nilson, VP of Engineering, just.me
OAuth 101: How to Protect Your Resources in a Web-Connected Environment
Mauricio Leal, JBoss’s Solution Architect, Red Hat
OpenJDK Penrose Project
Tim Ellison, Java SE Class Library and Open Source Engineering, IBM UK
What Do You Mean by Backward Compatibility?
Trisha Gee, Developer at 10gen, LMAX
View the Content Catalog for a complete listing of all JavaOne Shanghai sessions.
Don’t Delay—Register by May 31 to Save US$160 Off the Onsite Price