Thursday Jul 05, 2012

Java Embedded @ JavaOne

Developers, tell your manager (or the other half of your developer-entrepreneur self) about this new event being held Wednesday, Oct. 3th and Thursday, Oct. 4th in San Francisco at the Hotel Nikko (during JavaOne).

Java Embedded @ JavaOne
is designed to provide business and technical decision makers, as well as Java embedded ecosystem partners, a unique occasion to come together and learn about how they can use Java Embedded technologies for new business opportunities.

The ideal audience for this event is business and technical decision makers (e.g. System Integrators, CTO, CXO, Chief Architects/Architects, Business Development Managers, Project Managers, Purchasing managers, Technical Leads, Senior Decision Makers, Practice Leads, R&D Heads, and Development Managers/Leads).

A call for papers has gone out, but is ONLY for business-focused submissions. Event organizers are looking for best practices, case studies and panel discussions on emerging opportunities in the Java embedded space. Please consider submitting a paper. The deadline for submission is July 18.

Attendees of both JavaOne and Oracle Openworld can attend Java Embedded @ JavaOne by purchasing a $100.00 USD upgrade to their full conference pass. Rates for attending Embedded @ JavaOne alone are here.

Friday Jun 15, 2012

JavaOne Content Catalog Live!

The JavaOne Content Catalog—the central repository for information on sessions, demos, labs, user groups, exhibitors, and more for San Francisco 2012—is live!

In the Content Catalog you can search on tracks, session types, session categories, keywords, and tags. Or, you can search for your favorite speakers to see what they’re presenting this year. And, directly from the catalog, you can share sessions you’re interested in with friends and colleagues through a broad array of social media channels.

Start checking out JavaOne content now to plan your week at the conference. Then you’ll be ready to sign up for all of your sessions in mid-July when the scheduling tool goes live.

Happy browsing! 

Wednesday May 23, 2012

JavaOne Kicks Off with Sunday Keynotes

We’re making some changes at JavaOne to give you more hours than ever to take advantage of the hundreds of technical sessions, hands-on labs, and BOFs that will be offered this year.

To free up time for session slots on Monday and Tuesday, the Java Strategy, Partner, and Technical keynotes will be held on the Sunday, September 30, beginning at 4:00 p.m. In order to accommodate the ever-growing number of attendees, the location for the keynotes is new this year as well: the historic Masonic Auditorium on Nob Hill. After the keynotes, attendees can go to the official JavaOne Welcome Reception at the Taylor Street Café @ the Zone.

As in years past, Sunday will feature User Group meetings (at Moscone West) and Java University courses (Hilton San Francisco Union Square). On Thursday, the Java Community keynote will return—a great way to start wrapping up the conference.

Register before July 13, 2012 and save US$400. Click here for information on registration packages, including the low-cost Discover pass alternative.

Friday May 11, 2012

Videos of JUG Leaders at JavaOne India

JUG leaders from around India came to JavaOne India to network with community members and share their expertise. Here are short videos with them about their JUGs, challenges they face and technologies they like.

R. Rajmahendra, JUG Chennai



Ranganath S, Bangalore Open JUG



Kayalvizhi Jayavel, Duchess Chennai

Harshad Oak, Java Champion

Tushar Joshi, JUG Leader Nagpur

Visit the Youtube/Java channel for more videos.

Thursday May 03, 2012

JavaOne India Keynotes


Over 2000 Indian developers were on hand to hear the opening keynotes at JavaOne in Hyderabad, India. The Nokia keynote provided an overview of the state of mobile technology and what it means for developers. The Java strategy keynote reminded the Indian Java community of the power and strength of Java and reaffirmed Oracle's commitment to Java.

Gerard J. Rego, head of Ecosystem & Developer Experience at Nokia, India gave the Nokia keynote. Mr. Rego surveyed the state of mobile technology, discussed Mobile 2.0, and said Java is at the heart of "the internet of things." He said "Java is super-critical for what we do." The keynote included a video about a cool mobile application which controls water pumps via phone, a boon for Indian farmers so they don't have to walk to their pumps at night. The developer, Santosh Ostwal, came on stage to discuss his application, which he named Nano Ganesh. He encouraged developers to use their creativity to solve problems. "Don't think of it as a phone, think of it as a low-cost wireless device," he said.

Naveen Asrani, Director of Product Management at Oracle India, kicked off the Java Strategy keynote by mentioning three important things for Java's current and future success: Java is proven technology, Java has a vibrant community, and Oracle's stewardship of Java.  Mr. Asrani then provided scorecards for Java in 2012 in terms of technology, community and Oracle leadership.  He mentioned important Java accomplishments of the past year, including JDK 7, GlassFish 3.1.2, JavaFX 2.1, and JSR 342 for the Java EE 7 platform. He mentioned the importance of the Java community and Java user groups. "JUGs are our conscience and it's critical they give us their perspective on Java," said Mr. Asrani.

Nandini Ramani is Vice President of Development in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Group and is responsible for the Java Client Platform. Mrs. Ramani covered the state of Java SE, Java ME and JavaFX.  She discussed the growing importance of the internet of things. "Our goal is to provide a seamless experence from embedded to enterprise, " Mrs. Ramani said. To provide that, one thing Oracle is working on is converging the Java SE and Java ME platform, with the plan to have them completely aligned at Java 9. She talked about the recent JavaFX 2.1 release, which includes JavaFX Scene Builder 1.0 Public Beta - a visual layout tool. Angela Caicedo, Java Evangelist, came on stage to give a Scene Builder demo, and showed how to create UIs by simply dragging and positioning objects. Mrs. Caicedo also showed the same JavaFX code running on phones and tablets. Ms. Ramani covered the JavaFX Roadmap, with JavaFX 2.2, including the JavaFX Scene Builder GA, coming later this year and JavaFX 3.0, included in JDK8, planned for Summer 2013.


Anil Gaur, Vice President of Server Technologies, gave an update on the state of Java EE. He said that
Java EE components have had over 40 million downloads. He explained that the theme for Java EE 7 is to "cloudify" the Java platform.  Ideally, he said, Java EE 7 will have a "Cloud Administration Service" that provides elasticity through dynamic, auto-provisioning services. Mr. Gaur covered major features planned for Java EE 7: Multitenancy, JMS 2.0, JSON API, and expanded CDI and REST support. There will also be some pruning of technologies, to reduce the bulk of Java EE, and allowing vendors the choice of supporting older APIs. In keeping with increased transparency, the development all JSRs for Java EE 7 run in the open, with publicly viewable Expert Group mail archives. Mr. Gaur mentioned Project Avatar, designed to allow Java applications, HTML5 applications, and hybrid HTML 5/Java applications to access Java EE in the cloud.

Mr. Gaur concluded by saying "Oracle has aggressive plans for Java over the next few years and we are continuing to drive technical advancements across the platform." All evidence that Java will continue to grow as the most powerful, scalable, secure, and open platform for the Indian and global developer community.

Monday Apr 30, 2012

Videos: Meet the Java Experts

We've posted three new videos on the Oracle Technology Network Java channel. They are from the Meet the Experts sessions at JavaOne Japan. Thanks for all the great questions. Translation Japanese <--> English provided.

Meet The Experts JavaOne Japan: Alex Buckley on Java and the Java VM

Alex Buckley, Oracle's spec lead for the Java Language & VM discusses Java 7, JCP transparency, and answers "Should Java support structural types?"

Meet The Experts JavaOne Japan - Chuck Munn Lee

Java EE expert Chuck Munn Lee discussess infrastructure services, GlassFish and multitenancy.

Meet the Experts JavaOne Japan - Richard Bair on JavaFX

Richard Bair discusses JavaFX, and answers "Why just JavaFX rather than Groovy?"

Check out all the videos on Oracle Technology Network Java channel on Youtube or make your own!

OTN Community Room at JavaOne India

JavaOne India will be at the Hyderabad International Convention Center Thursday and Friday this week, 3-4 May. There's still time to register online or you can register onsite.

In addition to keynotes, technical sessions, hands-on labs and demos, JavaOne India features a track of talks for and by the Java community in the OTN community room. Topics are wide-ranging and you are invited to actively participate. Hear from Java Champion Harshad Oak about Building Java Communities in India. Harshad will delve into why building a user community in India is very different from that in a developed country. He is also open to suggestions about what to discuss--he is looking for input now on Twitter. You can share your ideas with him @HardshadOak.

Learn about Gradle and how to build tool that rock from Chennai JUG Leader Rajmahendra Hedge. See how Gradle measures up in terms of dependency management, version controlling, scalability, flexibility, single vs multiple projects support, and more from Raj, a real expert.

Tushar Joshi, Nagpur JUG Leader and NetBeans Dream Team Member will explain how the NetBeans Platform is a rich-client desktop framework that can save years of development time in building any  desktop application. As Tushar exclaims, "The desktop is back and never left in the first place!"

Are you interested to know more about Oracle’s Developer Program and Oracle User Groups? Join Peter Yu, Senior Director, Technology Consulting, & Nagaraj Paduvare, Senior Manager, Global Customer Programs as they explain the different types of Developer Program activities in India and across APAC.

Other topics include Monitoring Cloud Applications, Certifying your Applications on Oracle 11g. All talks are included with your JavaOne India registration.

Stop by the OTN lounge for the full schedule of the OTN community room, learn about the many resources available for Java developers, or just to hang out with us between session. The OTN team is looking forward to meeting old and new friends at #JavaOneIndia.

Wednesday Apr 11, 2012

Java University Pre-Conference Training Is Back

The Java University pre-conference training will be back again this year at JavaOne!  Java University gives conference attendees a chance to get even more from your conference experience by giving you the option to attend a full day of in-depth Java training delivered by the experts on the Sunday prior to the conference. 

We are working to make this event even better in 2012 and want to find out which technical sessions you would like to see offered.  Web Services? Developing Rich Client Applications with Java SE 7? Developing Portable Java EE Applications with the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 API and Java Persistence API 2.0? Performance Tuning?  There are so many hot topics to choose from we need your help to decide. 

Get a preview of the full list of sessions we are considering and tell us which ones pique your interest most in our short survey.  There are only four questions so it shouldn’t take you much time and it will help make for a better event in 2012.

Saturday Apr 07, 2012

JavaOne India Technical Sessions

If you’re working with Java technology, it pays to go straight to the source for your information. At JavaOne and Oracle Develop India, you’ll be able to choose from more than 90 sessions, hands-on labs, keynotes, and demos delivered by today’s most knowledgeable Java experts. You'll also hear the most up-to-date information on current releases and future directions of Java standards and technologies, and see the latest Java developer tools and solutions. Register now!

Technical sessions include:

  • Project Lambda: To Multicore and Beyond
  • Introduction to JavaFX 2.0
  • GlassFish REST Administration Back End: An Insider Look at a Real REST Application
  • Java-Powered Home Gateway: Basis of the Next-Generation Smart Home
  • Mobile Java Evolution
  • Cloud-Enabled Java Persistence

Visit the JavaOne India web pages for a complete list of conference sessions. See you there!

Wednesday Mar 28, 2012

JavaOne India Early Bird Discount Ends April 2nd

JavaOne India
3-4 May, 2012
Hyderabad International Convention Centre
Register Now and Save – For A Limited Time!
If you register by 2 April, you'll save INR 1080 on this premier Java technology conference.

JavaOne will return for the second straight year to India May 3, 4 at the Hyderabad Convention Center. This year's line up will once again bring some of the leading experts in from all over the world as well as local Indian content. Sharat Chander (Director - Java Technology Outreach) said, "JavaOne is the premier Java technology conference in the world, for developers by developers.  Every year we keep increasing community participation in both the content selection and content delivery, and this year we expect even more."

The JavaOne India tracks are:

Client-Side Technologies and Rich User Experiences

Learn about developments in Java for the desktop and practices for building rich, immersive, and powerful user experiences across multiple hardware platforms and form factors.


Core Java Platform

Discover the latest innovations in Java virtual machines. Get deep technical explanations in security and networking and enhancements that allow dynamic programming languages to drive Java platform adoption.


Java EE Web Profile, Platform Technologies, Web Services, and the Cloud

Update your knowledge on topics such as Web application development, persistence, security, and transactions. This track will also address modularity, enterprise caching, Web sockets, and internet identity.


Mobile, Java Card, Embedded, and Devices

This track is devoted to Java technology as the ultimate platform for mobile computing. It also covers embedded and device usages of Java technologies, including Java SE, Java ME, Java Card, and JavaFX.

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