Thursday May 09, 2013

JavaOne India Keynotes

JavaOne India kicked off in Hyderabad with Duke, dancing and demos. Sharat Chander, Group Director, Java Technology Outreach at Oracle opened by encouraging attendees to learn new things about the Java technology, but just as important, make the effort to meet someone new. "The Java community is open and welcoming," Chander explained "and it will help you to build a network within the community." [Read More]

Tuesday Apr 16, 2013

JavaOne India Content Catalog is Live!

JavaOne India in Hyderabad
May 8-9, 2013

Choose from more than 50 sessions, hands-on labs, keynotes, and demos. Learn valuable techniques and shortcuts for everything from mobile devices to JavaFX to databases, middleware, and emerging languages. You can even attend sessions that focus on developing with Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware. 

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Thursday Mar 21, 2013

Duke's Choice Award India and Russia

The Duke's Choice Award program has expanded this year to include regional programs in conjunction with each JavaOne.  We look forward to announcing three lucky winners at JavaOne India and at JavaOne Russia.

Important deadlines for your submissions are coming up:  
Submissions for Duke's choice Award Russia nominations are accepted through March 25th, 2013
Submissions for Duke's choice Award India nominations are accepted through April 1st, 2013 

Monday Feb 25, 2013

JavaOne India 2013, Call for Paper Deadline

Call for papers for JavaOne India 2013 closes on March 15th at 17:00PST 

We invite you to submit a paper to present at the JavaOne India 2013 conference, Oracle's premier Java event serving the greater Indian sub-continent. We are looking for unique and thought-provoking submissions from the community to present to the greater Indian Java developer community.

Tracks for Call for papers: 
Core Java Platform 
JavaFX and Rich User Experiences 
Java EE, Web Services, and the Cloud 
Java ME, Java Embedded, and Java Card 
Java Embedded for Business 

Speakers on accepted submissions will receive a complimentary pass. The pass provides access to all conference sessions. Acceptance of the pass must be in compliance with the policies of your employer, including conflict, ethics and gift policies. Oracle employee speakers do not qualify.

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.

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.

Sunday Mar 11, 2012

JavaOne India CFP Ends March 15

JavaOne India is happening in Hyderabad, 3 – 4 May 2012.  It will include keynotes and technical sessions, hands-on labs and demos, and a chance to network with experts and others in the developer community. Do you want to take your skills, marketability, and connections to the next level? Submit a paper for a JavaOne India session! These aren't product pitches; your fellow developers want to hear about interesting and innovative uses of Java, practical and relevant case studies, and development best practices. All sessions are one hour long (50 minutes with 10 minutes Q & A). They can be a session, a panel discussion, or a Birds-of-a-Feather get together.

JavaOne India was a huge success last year, and 2012 promises to be even better, with your help. Here's how to submit a paper:
    1) Read Tips for Paper Submissions
    2) Write up a short abstract describing the session. Demos keep it interesting!
    3) Submit the proposal. You'll need a title, abstract, what track it should be in, and type of session. A description of the submission fields are here

JavaOne India Call For Papers Ends March 15, 2012. That's this week!


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