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    October 24, 2011

Java ONE 2011 Hands on Lab for Java SE Embedded

James Connors
Principal Solutions Consultant

Now that the dust has settled, sincere thanks go out to my compadres (you know who you are) for helping make The Java One 2011 Java SE Embedded Hands on Lab such a success.  In fact it was so well received, our peers in Asia are already planning on replicating the effort for JavaOne Tokyo in April 2012.  In addition to the Tokyo event,  we hope to provide future opportunities for this venue elsewhere.  In the interim, we'd seriously consider hosting this lab, albeit on a smaller scale (Java One had 105 networked devices and workstations), for interested customers.  To give you a feel for the lab contents, here's a synopsis:

Java One 2011 Hands on Lab 24642: Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy

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. 
Each participant in the lab will:

  • Have their own individual embedded device to gain valuable hands on
  • Turn their embedded device into a Java Servlet container
  • Learn how to deploy embedded Java applications, developed with the
    NetBeans IDE, onto their device
  • Learn how embedded Java applications can be remotely debugged from
    their desktop NetBeans IDE
  • Learn how to remotely monitor and manage embedded Java applications
    from their desktop
If the logistics for setting up a lab prove to be a bit too much, as an alternative, we've given quite a few live presentations/demonstrations with similar flair.  So please, by all means, contact me at james.connors@oracle.com, if you're interested in learning more.  For those of you who run developer user groups, most notably Java User Groups, and are looking for a speaker at your next meeting, please consider us.  We will not disappoint.

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