From JavaOne Speakers

In a series of interviews, JavaOne Content Chair Stephen Chin talks to Java luminaries about their sessions at JavaOne 2013. 

Developer Advocate James Ward at Typesafe talked about his sessions titled Play Framework Versus Grails Smackdown. "We take a bunch of measurements like lines of code, performance and other things to compare Play and Grails" explains James. He will also present a session called Web Fundamentals. "I realized that Java developers (me included) have not touched the underlying http stuff." 



Gradle Founder Hans Dockter talked about the framework and his JavaOne talks. His two sessions are about Gradle-based built system for the Android SDK and polyglot experience with Java, Scala, Groovy, JavaScript and JavaFX. "Gradle framework is a next-generation build system, which is much more than building your code. The builds are now heterogeneous with different software stacks like JavaScript, Java,  etc. The challenges for build system have increased in terms of scalability with software stack getting larger and we still want fast feedback..."  


Co-founder of LodgON Dr. Johan Vos talked about his JavaOne session on building social sotfware on top of the Java EE 7 with DaliCore and DataFX to get real-world data into your  JavaFX Application. He showed some of his datasource samples. "I am looking for the embedded track, the enterprise track with EE 7 and how Java EE 7 is being used. I am looking forward to Java SE 8,  Java SE 9 and Jigsaw." 



Serial entrepreneur Stephan Janssen talked about Parleys, an e-learning platform. He gave a preview of the website functionalities, the design, social features, conference channels and hour long presentations. "I am hoping to get a good working version of mashups with YouTube by JavaOne ." 


Java EE Evangelist Reza Rahman talked about his Java EE and GlassFish JavaOne sessions. "Java EE 7 is the biggest release. It is a timely release because it is aligning with Html5 specs as well adding more productivity, batch API, the concurrencies," he explained. "Visit Aquarium blog for all the Java EE and GlassFish activities at JavaOne""if you are a fan of GlassFish and Java EE, you should attend the GlassFish Community Event on Sunday."

Middleware/Core/Java Engineer Mark Heckler talked about his embedded mashups and JavaFX, widgets, and Apps sessions. He showcased an embedded application monitoring temperature, humidity, and current using wind turbine, sensor bundles, Raspberry Pi, and Arduino. 


Architect Robert Savage at AMX is the creator of Pi4J, a Java framework for doing physical computing with Raspberry Pi and Java. "The new low cost of ARM devices with full Linux operating system gives us a all new world of capability... I really focus on taking the Pi4J project forward producing high level interfaces for more equipment."

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