Friday Feb 07, 2014

Java EE 7 Survey

Greetings Java Developers,
We have created a short survey that will help us better understand which APIs and Java versions are the most important to you as a Java EE developer. This information will enable us to update our training material and certifications for Java EE 7 to better suit the Java community. If you can, please take the survey located at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JavaEE2014UsageSurvey.

Your answers will remain anonymous, and you won't be contacted by Oracle as a result of answering this survey.


Friday Jun 07, 2013

Java is now better than ever with the release of Java EE 7.

Join Oracle and 9 Million Developers to Make the Future Java

Oracle and participants from throughout the Java community to learn how Java EE 7 can help you:

  • Deliver HTML5 dynamic, scalable applications—Reduce response times, simplify JSON parsing, create RIA using WebSocket, and deliver high-performance RESTful services
  • Increase developer productivity—Simplify architectures, reduce boilerplate code, add more annotated POJOs, and enhance portability
  • Exceed enterprise requirements—Process batch jobs more efficiently, easily define managed concurrent tasks, and simplify application integration

Choose a convenient time—two are offered—then join Oracle and 9 million developers as we make the future Java.

Register now for the keynote address, Java Specification Request (JSR) overview sessions, and live chat with Java EE 7 experts.

Wednesday Feb 06, 2013

JavaOne 2012 Videos Posted on OracleLearning YouTube Channel

Did you miss the 201OracleLearning YouTube Channel JavaOne Playlists2 JavaOne? Well, now you can catch up on many of the sessions, including conference presentations, birds-of-a-feather events, and tutorials. We posted most of the recorded sessions on the Oracle Learning Library's YouTube channel. The videos are sorted in playlists by the session tracks, and there are a total of 7 tracks. We have over 450 JavaOne videos for you to view!


Monday Aug 13, 2012

Ten Time-Savers in NetBeans


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Monday Jul 09, 2012

Welcome to the Java Training Beat!

We are a group of dedicated training developers for Java, located in the US, India, and now Mexico. In this blog we will announce new training content and events that might be of interest to our readers.

In this first installment of the Java Training Beat, I would like to introduce three new Oracle By Example (OBE) modules I recently released and posted to the Oracle Online Learning Library.

Creating a Simple Java Message Service (JMS) Producer with NetBeans and GlassFish - covers how to create a simple text message producer with NetBeans 7 and GlassFish.

Creating Java Message Service (JMS) Resources in WebLogic Server 12c - covers how to create JMS resources using the console and WebLogic Server 12c. With this tutorial, you can replicate the results of the first tutorial in WebLogic.

Creating a Publish/Subscribe Model with Message-Driven Beans and GlassFish Server - covers how to create a publish/subscribe application using JMS. This tutorial includes a short case study that includes a JSF front-end application that sends a hotel reservation request object to the server as a MapMessage.

Hope you find these useful!  And do check out the Online Learning Library - we have a wide range of additional content posted and more being added every month!

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