Wednesday Oct 14, 2015

Java Champions Speaking at JavaOne 2015

Java Champions will present dozens of sessions this year again at JavaOne! They are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders, nominated by the Java community. They are seasoned developers and architects with in-depth knowledge about development.  

These top speakers share their know-how in all the JavaOne tracks including client, core Java platform, Internet of Things, JVM languages, security, tools, server-side, cloud and methodology.  

This year, we created a dedicated page on the JavaOne site where you can easily find the sessions presented by Java Champions. You can find out about their sessions by day and read the session abstract.  JavaOne is your chance to learn from the greatest number of Java Champions! 

Thursday Sep 10, 2015

20 Years of Java: Developer Interviews Part 1

By David Lopez

This year marks 20 years of Java! To celebrate, we wanted to get a feel for what Java and the Java Community mean to Java Developers, so this year at JavaOne Brazil, we asked them 3 Questions: 

What’s your favorite moment as a Java Developer?
What’s your favorite thing about Java?
What do you think the future of Java is?

We recorded over 20 responses, each giving a unique view of what makes Java so great. Below you’ll find the first video in a 3-part series showcasing how the developers responded to the first question: “What’s your favorite moment as a Java Developer?” You’ll hear about how Juggy the Java Finch and Duke like to code together, how Bruno Ferreira de Souza’s daughter became known as the “Java Baby” at 2 years old, how Vinicius Senger met his wife, and so much more. If you can’t see it below, check it out here.

Tuesday Sep 08, 2015

JavaOne Track Highlights: Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques Track

By David Lopez

The JavaOne 2015 Content Catalog is live. We’ve got hundreds of great sessions covering all things Java related. To help you find exactly what you’re looking for, be it Server-Side Development, Security, or anything in between, the sessions have been placed into 8 tracks. The tracks at this year’s conference are designed to be the ultimate guide to help you stay on top of the latest innovations in Java technologies. This is the eighth and final post in a series on the tracks being offered at this year’s conference. Last week, we looked at the Java Clients and User Interfaces track. Today, let’s look at the Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques track and a few featured sessions. 

Looking for ways to improve your Java development productivity? Writing code that works is essential, but working to write good code doesn’t have to be as hard as it once was. Modern Java development tools and agile development techniques are constantly making this process easier. On the Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques track, we’ve compiled a series of sessions that will help you master these developments and improve your productivity. You’ll learn to use tools like IDEs, monitoring, testing, and performance environments, and you’ll learn practices like test-driven development, behavior-driven development, domain-driven design, application lifecycle management, continuous integration, and more. 

On this track, be sure to look out for “Using Automation Tools for Code Quality Improvements for Java Applications” by Oleksandr Chelombitko and Oleksandr Lipanov from Softarex Technologies Inc. This featured session will help you improve the quality of your source code. Using codEnforcer, source code can be analyzed and improved independently of any other tools used in the development process. This session is a hands-on lab, meaning that you’ll get firsthand experience, bridging the gap between learning and doing. Also on this track is “Development Horror Stories,” a Birds-of-a-Feather Session hosted by Simon Maple and Oleg Shelajev from ZeroTurnaround. Come share your most horrific development story and what you did to fix it. You’ll hear from other developers on their horror story and fix in this session. Why just learn from your own mistakes? Take advantage of this session and avoid future catastrophe. 

To see more from this track, head over to the Content Catalog and filter by Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques. It’s shaping up to be a great JavaOne 2015. Make sure you don’t miss out on all the latest innovations in Java and the great opportunities to connect with the Java Community. Register today!

Wednesday Aug 12, 2015

JavaOne Track Highlights: Java, DevOps, and the Cloud

By David Lopez

The JavaOne Content Catalog is live and full of hundreds of great sessions, which, admittedly, can seem a bit overwhelming. With so many sessions, where do you start looking? Well, the best place to start is with an understanding of the tracks being offered at this year’s conference. Each track tackles a different side of the Java technologies, and this is the fourth post in a series explaining the different tracks featured at this year’s JavaOne conference and what each track has to offer. Last week, we looked at the Emerging Languages track. Today, let’s look at the Java, DevOps, and the Cloud track and a few featured sessions. 

Java, DevOps, and the Cloud is your stop for service-oriented development technologies. From big data to microservices, this track has you covered. Topics include software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), DevOps, continuous delivery, and container application architectures. Sessions will also cover the role that Java has to play in the development and improvement of the cloud, from increased portability to microservice deployment. 

On this track, Antoine Chambille from Quartet Financial Systems and Amir Javanshir from Oracle will be presenting “Operating a 16-Terabyte JVM. . .and Living to Tell the Tale.” Though the typical limit set on the JVM by most people peaks out at about 100GB, Antoine and Amir will tell you how they got it to work with 16TB of memory using an M6-32 SPARC’s 384 cores to run a large credit risk use case. Also offered on the Java, DevOps, and the Cloud track is “Writing Microservices in Java: Best Practices and Common Mistakes” by Derek Ashmore from the STA Group. Attend this session to learn how to make more resilient and supportable microservices by learning tips and tricks and how to avoid common mistakes. All examples in this session will be shown in Java.

In cloud technologies, Mark Heckler from Oracle and Jose Pereda from Gluon are hosting “Autonomous Vehicles: Build Cloud-Connected Robots with Java.” See off-the-shelf components become a robotic vehicle, and then learn to use Java Embedded and JavaFX to integrate sensors, add autonomous capability, and add monitoring capability to your Android or iOS device by using the cloud. At the end of the session, you’ll hear about the presenters’ current work with these technologies and where they are headed. 

To check out more on this track, head over to the Content Catalog and filter by Java, DevOps, and the Cloud. While you’re there, be sure to check out the hundreds of other great sessions and events at this year’s JavaOne Conference, and register while the Early Bird Discount  is still in effect!

Thursday Jul 09, 2015

JavaOne 2015 Java EE Track Committee: Ryan Cuprak

By Guest Blogger Reza Rahman - From Original Post

This is the fourth and last in a series of interviews for you to meet some of the committee members for the JavaOne 2015 Java EE track. We will next move on to interviewing some of the key accepted speakers in the track this year.

The committee plays the most important part in determining the content for JavaOne. These good folks really deserve recognition as most of them devote many hours of their time helping move JavaOne forward, often as volunteers. If JavaOne matters to you, these are folks you should know about.

This last interview is with my good friend Ryan Cuprak. If you are having trouble seeing the embedded video below it is available here.

Ryan is the founder of the Connecticut JUG, author, blogger, speaker, JavaOne Rock Star and Java EE advocate. He is a senior manager at Dassault Systemes. Ryan is a brand new and welcome addition to the committee. In the interview he shares his experience and expectations for the Java EE track this year.

He also wrote up an excellent blog entry on his experience as a new committee member. He had some pretty good insights and very kind things to say about the process, JavaOne and Java EE that's worth a read.

On this note, I would like to make sure you know that the JavaOne content catalog is now already live with a few preliminary fairly obvious selections we were able to make. None of the sessions accepted at this stage are from Oracle speakers on our track. The folks that we selected early for acceptance include David Blevins, Jonathan Gallimore, Mohammed Taman, Rafael Benevides and Antoine Sabot-Durand. They will be talking about Java EE Connectors (JCA), Java EE 7 real world adoption, CDI and DeltaSpike. I would encourage you to check out all the early selections in the catalog. We are working to finalize the full catalog shortly.

I hope to see you at JavaOne. Do stay tuned for more interviews with some key speakers on our track.

Monday Jul 06, 2015

JavaOne 2015 Java EE Track Committee: Johan Vos

Guest Blogger: Reza Rahman

This is the third in a series of interviews for you to meet some of the committee members for the JavaOne 2015 Java EE track. The committee plays the most important part in determining the content for JavaOne. These good folks really deserve recognition as most of them devote many hours of their time helping move JavaOne forward, often as volunteers. If JavaOne matters to you, these are folks you should know about.

This interview is with Johan Vos. If you are having trouble seeing the embedded video below it is available here.

Johan is a Java Champion, author, speaker, blogger, member of the BeJUG steering group, member of the Devoxx steering group and a JCP member. He is a fan of Java EE, GlassFish and JavaFX. He founded LodgON, a company offering Java based solutions for social networking software. In the interview he shares his experience and expectations for the Java EE track this year.

On this note, I would like to make sure you know that the JavaOne content catalog is now already live with a few preliminary fairly obvious selections we were able to make. None of the sessions accepted at this stage are from Oracle speakers on our track. The folks that we selected early for acceptance include David Blevins, Jonathan Gallimore, Mohammed Taman, Rafael Benevides and Antoine Sabot-Durand. They will be talking about Java EE Connectors (JCA), Java EE 7 real world adoption, CDI and DeltaSpike. I would encourage you to check out all the early selections in the catalog. We are working to finalize the full catalog shortly.

I hope to see you at JavaOne. Do stay tuned for more interviews with committee members and some key speakers on our track.

Wednesday Jun 10, 2015

Meet the JavaOne Java EE Track Committee: David Heffelfinger

This is the second in a series of interviews for you to meet some of the committee members for the JavaOne 2015 Java EE track. The committee plays the most important part in determining the content for JavaOne. These good folks really deserve recognition as most of them devote many hours of their time helping move JavaOne forward, often as volunteers. If JavaOne matters to you, these are folks you should know about.

This interview is with David Heffelfinger. If you are having trouble seeing the embedded video below it is available here.

David is an independent consultant in the Washington DC metro area. He is a long time Java EE advocate, blogger, prolific author and speaker. We are proud to have him as a brand new addition to the committee this year. In the interview he shares his experience and expectations for the Java EE track this year.

On this note, I would like to make sure you know that the JavaOne content catalog is now already live with a few preliminary fairly obvious selections we were able to make. None of the sessions accepted at this stage are from Oracle speakers on our track. The folks that we selected early for acceptance include David Blevins, Jonathan Gillmore, Mohammed Taman, Rafael Benevides and Antoine Sabot-Durand. They will be talking about Java EE Connectors (JCA), Java EE 7 real world adoption, CDI and DeltaSpike. I would encourage you to check out all the early selections in the catalog. We are working to finalize the full catalog shortly.

I hope to see you at JavaOne. Do stay tuned for more interviews with committee members as well as some key speakers on our track.

Thursday Apr 30, 2015

JavaOne Call for Proposals Deadline Extension

The deadline for submitting proposals for the San Francisco 2015 JavaOne Conferences has been extended to 11:59 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, May 6. 
This year, you may submit proposals for JavaOne4kids and Ignite sessions. JavaOne4Kids proposals are for developers and educators who are interested in delivering a two-hour hands-on workshop targeted at children 10 to 18 years old. Presenters will be responsible for preparing all the content and required hardware and software for 50 children—exclusive of laptops, which will be provided. To submit a JavaOne4Kids Day talk, select "JavaOne4Kids Day" as the session type. Even though you are required to populate a primary track, this field will be ignored. The Ignite sessions are 5 minute short presentations, in which 20 slides are shown for 15 seconds each so presenters keep a fast pace. 

Those sessions - like conference sessions, hands-on labs, tutorials and Birds-of-a-feather - can be submitted for the following tracks: 
  • Core Java Platform
  • Java and Security
  • Emerging Languages
  • Java, DevOps, and the Cloud
  • Java and the Internet of Things
  • Java and Server-Side Development
  • Java Clients and User Interfaces
  • Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques
Don't miss this second chance to submit your proposals

Tuesday Apr 21, 2015

JavaOne Registration Now Open

The JavaOne conference brings together Java experts and enthusiasts for an exceptional week of learning and networking focused entirely on all things Java. With more than 500 sessions, you will learn from the most innovative and diverse Java content. You can't afford to miss it! October 25-29, 2015, San Francisco. Register now!

With a full conference pass, you get:
Access to more than 500 JavaOne sessions, Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) sessions and JavaOne Hands-on Labs (HOLs)
Keynote sessions for JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld
Scene and Be Heard presentations
Java User Group Forum
Exhibition Halls at JavaOne and OpenWorld
 • Access to the Java Hub 
JavaOne Welcome Reception
Oracle Appreciation Event
Specials at the JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld Bookstores
Access to the It’s a Wrap! party

The call for proposals is open until April 29. If your session is accepted, you will receive a full pass
You will save $600 with the Super Saver rate, if you register before May 31
Register between 5 to 13 attendees and receive a savings of up to 20 percent off the price of each registration. Register 14 or more attendees and receive a savings of up to 28 percent off.
Employees of a national/federal, state, provincial, or local government entity, including public higher education institutions can benefit from government rate

Tuesday Mar 31, 2015

JavaOne 2015 Call for Proposals Open

This fall, Java's leading developers and visionaries will gather in San Francisco, California, to create the future and commemorate 20 years of Java— you are invited to join them

  • Core Java Platform
  • Java and Security
  • JVM and Emerging Languages
  • Java, DevOps, and the Cloud
  • Java and the Internet of Things
  • Java and Server-Side Development
  • Java, Clients, and User Interfaces
  • Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques

There is no time to waste! The call for proposals closes April 29th at 11:59 p.m. PDT    

You will receive a complimentary pass to JavaOne with an accepted talk. Submit now
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