Monday Oct 27, 2014

JavaOne Sessions for You!

Now you can watch JavaOne sessions online for free. Visit the JavaOne 2014 session page to view new sessions as they are released every week. Whether you missed JavaOne or just a particular session, those recordings will be available to you. The conference sessions and tutorials are available either as videos or presentations with audio. That includes all the tracks: the client, Java platform, Internet of Things, JVM languages, security, server-side, tools, and cloud. Take advantage of this great learning resource 

The following sessions are available right now
- CON1696: A First Draft of Java EE Configuration by Anatole Tresch
- CON1724: Do You Really Get Your IDE? by John Arthorne, Geertjan Wielenga, Anton Arhipov
- CON1767: Thinking in Functional Style by Venkat Subramaniam
- CON3015: Java EE 8 by Linda Demichiel
- CON3255: JavaFX 8: New and Noteworthy by Stephen Northover, Kevin Rushforth
- CON3516: Are Profilers Telling the Truth? How Do They Actually Work? by Fabian Lange
- CON4995: Ruby on Top of Graal by Thomas Wuerthinger, Chris Seaton
- CON6126: End-to-End Internet of Things Solutions with Java and Eclipse Internet of Things by Mike Milinkovich, Benjamin Cabé
- TUT1816: What’s Up with Modularity? by Bert Ertman, Paul Bakker
- TUT3419: Understanding JIT Compilation with JITWatch by Chris Newland, Ben Evans
- CON1947: 50 EJB 3 Best Practices in 50 Minutes by Ryan Cuprak, Michael Remijan
- CON2266: Enterprise Nashorn by Adam Bien
- CON2271: Frege: Purely Functional Programming on the JVM by Dierk Koenig
- CON3474: Extreme GUI Makeover by Henrik Ebbers
- CON3479: The Anatomy of a Secure Web Application Using Java by John Field, Shawn McKinney
- CON3864: Let’s Talk JAX-RS.next! by Santiago Pericasgeertsen, Marek Potočiar
- CON4636: Internet of Things Magic Show by Angela Caicedo, Stephen Chin
- CON5989: HTTP 2.0 Comes to Java: What Servlet 4.0 Means to You by Shing wai Cha, Edward Burns

Visit the JavaOne website for new content every week 

Wednesday Oct 05, 2011

Java Champion Michael Hüttermann on Best Agile ALM Practices

Michael Hüttermann

Java Champion and Agile ALM expert Michael Hüttermann makes it clear that Agile ALM practices are here to stay.

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OpenJDK Development Best Practices

Javaone Session

Oracle’s Kelly O’Hair will give a very practical session rich in clear and accessible advice on OpenJDK development best practices.

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