Thursday Sep 12, 2013

Architecture, Architects and Java!

Architects get plenty of attention at JavaOne! The content for JavaOne 2013 in San Francisco is organized into eight tracks, and   cover eight different roles, including software architects.    Here's just a small sampling of the nearly 220 sessions available for architects:

Session Title Presenters
CON5657 Pragmatic Big Data Architectures in the Cloud: A Developer’s Perspective Fernando Babadopulos - CTO, TailTarget
Fabiane Nardon, Chief Scientist -  TailTarget
CON2020 Building Modular Cloud Applications in Java: Lessons Learned Paul Bakker - Software Architect, Luminis Technologies
Bert Ertman - Fellow, Luminis
CON1967 Getting Serious with Versioned APIs in Scala Derrick Isaacson - Director of Development, Lucidchart
CON6494 Tutorial: Building Modular Enterprise Applications in the Cloud Age

Paul Baker - Architect, Luminis                                     Bert Ertman - Fellow, Luminis

CON6009 (Dev && Ops).toPublicCloud()  Cyrille Le Clerc - Solution Architect, CloudBees
TUT7861 Developing Java EE Connector Architecture–Based Resource Adapters Made Easy Dapeng Hu, Oracle
CON7872 Trust Me, I’m an M2M Device Noel Poore - Architect, Oracle

CON2959 Modular JavaScript

Paul Bakker - Architect, Luminis Technologies Sander Mak - Engineer, Luminis Technologies

CON3921 How Lucidchart Scales with Play, Akka, and Scala Ryan Knight - Typesafe Reactive Consultant, Typesafe  Brian Pugh - VP of Engineering, Lucid Software
BOF4253 Instant Distribution of Updates to Hundreds of Millions of Users

Zbynek Slajchrt - Java Architect, Avast Lukas Karas - Software developer, Avast

For more information and a complete listing of sessions by and for architects check out the JavaOne 2013 Content Catalog.

Code, Meet Experts, Network and Much More...

Too many reasons to stop by the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Lounge while at JavaOne 2013. You get the chance to talk to technology experts, network with other developers, see some cool demos, contribute to open source projects, charge your laptop, and recharge yourself between sessions. The Lounge is in the Java Exhibition Hall. 

At Expert Drop-in, meet and discuss everything about Java with Oracle and community experts.  Talk to experts about Java User Groups, JCP, Java EE, Java SE, Java ME and Embedded and more. The schedule will be available at OTN Lounge. 

At JavaOne Codegarten, contribute to your favorite open source community projects! Drop in, join a group, pick a feature or bug you want to tackle, and submit your results. In many cases, open source project leads will be present. You bring the creativity; we provide wireless and power. 

In addition this year, OTN gives an OTN Java t-shirt if you write a blog about Java, the community, Java related technologies or JavaOne and mention Oracle Technology Network.   Just show your short blog to the staff at the OTN Lounge to get your t-shirt while supplies last. 

At Java Embedded Developer Challenge for Raspberry Pi, sponsored by OTN, build a Java application running on Raspberry Pi. The challenge will be a geeky, fun, hands-on, collaborative and innovative extravaganza. You will have access to a dedicated room, training, experts and equipment. Raspberry Pi's and accessories will be provided. You will just need to bring your laptop, teammates, ideas and maybe your own equipment. We built a flexible schedule so you can step out and go to the sessions when you want. 

If you spend some time at Oracle Open World, you can take a break at the OTN Lounge, Moscone South Lobby next to the reception. Read the Oracle Technology Network's Blog for more information   

Not registered for JavaOne yet? Hurry, you can still save US$200 off the onsite price!   

Check out the Oracle press release: JavaOne San Francisco 2013 Schedule and Keynote Lineup, Featuring IBM and Freescale as Diamond Sponsors


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