Java One 2012 Java SE Embedded Hands On Lab Returns!
By Jim Connors-Oracle on Aug 13, 2012
After successful runs at Java One 2011 San Francisco and Tokyo, The Java SE Embedded Hands On Lab returns for Java One 2012. If you're attending the Java One event in San Francisco (Sept 30 - Oct 4), please consider signing up for this session. As an added incentive, we will be raffling off a couple of the Plug Computer devices that you'll gain experience with during this lab. Seating is limited to 100 students, so register early.
Here's an overview:
This hands-on lab aims to show that developers already familiar with the Java develop/debug/deploy lifecycle can apply those same skills to develop Java applications, using Java SE Embedded, on embedded devices. The participants in the lab will:
- Have their own individual embedded device so they can gain valuable hands-on experience
- Turn their embedded device into a web container, using off-the-shelf software
- Learn how to deploy embedded Java applications, developed with an IDE, onto their device
- Learn how embedded Java applications can be remotely debugged from their desktop IDE
- Learn how to remotely monitor and manage embedded Java applications from their desktop
The course description can be found here:
HOL 7889: Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy
In addition, 2012 marks the first year that we will have a venue specifically tailored for the Java embedded community. Entitled Java Embedded @ Java One, this event takes place during the JavaOne/OpenWorld week in San Francisco on October 3-4. To Quote from the Java Embedded @ Java One URL:
The conference will feature dedicated business-focused content from Oracle discussing how Java Embedded delivers a secure, optimized environment ideal for multiple network-based devices, as well as meaningful industry-focused sessions from peers who are already successfully utilizing Java Embedded.
So if you want to participate in what many consider to be the next big trend in computing -- the internet of things -- come join us 10/3-4 in San Francisco.