Monday Feb 18, 2013

JavaOne 2012 Videos Now on YouTube

Many folks have consistently said that viewing JavaOne videos on the Content Management Tool used by Oracle is not ideal. You will be happy to know that the JavaOne San Francisco 2012 videos are now on YouTube via the Oracle Learning Portal (OLP). The videos are 100% free for anyone to view.

Besides the OLP Landing Page on YouTube, the videos are organized by the JavaOne 2012 Technical Tracks on the following links:

It's really an invaluable set of materials from some of the greatest thought leaders in the Java world. Enjoy!

Monday Nov 12, 2012

Coming Soon - JavaOne Latin America 2012!

Save the date for JavaOne Latin America 2012 -- 4-6 December! The conference will be held again at the Transamerica Expo Center in São Paulo, Brazil.

The content is shaping up nicely. Here is a preview of some of it:

  • Designing Java EE Applications in the Age of CDI
  • HTML5 WebSocket and Java
  • JAX-RS 2.0: New and Noteworthy in the RESTful Web Services API
  • What’s New in Java Message Service 2.0
  • Why Should I Switch to Java SE 7

Hope to see you there! More details and registration here.

Friday Jun 15, 2012

JavaOne 2012 Content Catalog is Available

JavaOne 2012 Content Catalog is now available! The complete list of technical sessions, birds-of-feather, hands-on labs, tutorials and other details are available.


We are still working on the overall schedule and it will be shared in the coming days. The conference will be held in San Francisco from September 30th to October 4th, 2012.

You can also connect using the usual social media channels: facebook, twitter, blogs, linkedin, and mix.

Oracle Open World, running in parallel to JavaOne, also has the content catalog available.

Sunday Jan 01, 2012

2012 @ full speed

First of all, on behalf of the GlassFish team here at Oracle, wishing you all readers the very best for 2012!

Phew, 2011 is done and it's time to look at the year to come and what we should all expect to achieve together.

First, and probably above all, Java EE 7 is what will keep most of the team busy for 2012. While there's the obvious Cloud/PaaS theme, there will also be a lot in store developers with JMS 2.0, javax.cache, JAX-RS 2.0, JPA 2.1, but also CDI 1.1, Batch, Identity, State Management, JSON, Concurrency for JavaEE, and more.

Of course there can be no Java EE 7 without a GlassFish 4.0 release, its production-quality Open Source reference implementation. So expect the usual transparent development with regular promoted builds.


But before GlassFish 4.0 hits the streets, you'll be able to enjoy a 3.1.2 release, a highly compatible and improved version of the 3.1.x branch.

Hoping to see you here on TheAquarium as well as in person at one of the conferences around the world !

What else would you like to see in 2012?