Friday Oct 12, 2012

JavaOne talks available online

If you missed JavaOne last week (like me), you can now listen to the recordings and read the slides from the talks online.

Dag's introductory talk on Java DB can be found here, and the talk on how to use Java DB for storage on embedded devices, by Noel and Rick, is here.

Enjoy! :)

Friday Sep 21, 2012

Java DB talks at JavaOne 2012

It's soon time for JavaOne again in San Francisco, and Java DB is represented this year too.

Dag Wanvik will give an introductory talk on Java DB on Tuesday, October 2 at 10:00: CON5141 - Java DB in JDK 7: A Free, Feature-Rich, Embeddable SQL Database

Rick Hillegas and Noel Poore will discuss how to use Java DB on embedded devices in their talk on Thursday, October 4 at 14:00: CON6684 - Data Storage for Embedded Middleware

Mark your calendars! :)

Sunday Oct 02, 2011

Java DB and Derby at JavaOne 2011

Java DB poster

If you're at JavaOne in San Francisco this week, and you're interested in Java DB and Apache Derby, be sure not to miss these events:

  • Monday October 3 16:00 at Hilton San Francisco - Yosemite A/B/C: New Java DB Features in JDK 7 by Rick Hillegas
  • Tuesday October 4 19:30 at Hilton San Francisco - Golden Gate 6/7/8: BOF - Meet the Java DB Team
  • Wednesday October 5 12:00 in the atrium at the corner of Mission and 2nd Street: Apache Derby community lunch (open for everyone, no JavaOne pass needed)

Rick and I can also be found at the Java DEMOgrounds at Hilton, in the Core Java Platform corner, at the following hours:

  • Monday 10:15 - 15:30
  • Tuesday 09:45 - 12:45
  • Wednesday 09:15 - 12:00

You'll probably bump into one or both of us there at other times too. Hope to see many of you there!

Friday May 16, 2008

JavaOne 2008

I spent last week at JavaOne in San Francisco. Although there were many interesting sessions, I found it even more interesting to be at the Java DB booth and talk to users and fellow developers who popped by. The general impression was that the users were very happy with Java DB/Apache Derby, especially that it was so easy to get it up and working. Not surprisingly, the most frequently requested feature was support for LIMIT and OFFSET in SQL. (Yes, I did tell them about the ROW_NUMBER function, but because of the current limitations of the implementation and the more verbose syntax, it didn't quite match what they wanted.)

Also, many of our new colleagues from MySQL visited us at the Java DB booth. The picture below shows Geir Høydalsvik (left) welcoming Mårten Mickos to the Java DB team. Mårten, we're still waiting for your first patch! :)

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