By David Delabassee-Oracle on Feb 26, 2016
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- Thinking Beyond ORM in JPA
- Developing Java EE 7 Applications with WebLogic Server 12.2.1
By popular demand, the JavaOne Latin America Call For Papers deadline has been extended by a week. So if you haven't done so yet, make sure to submit your proposal(s) before March 9th (EOB)!
JavaOne Latin America will take place on June 23–25 in São Paulo - Brazil. Registration will open soon. For more information, check this site regularly.
The flagship Java technology conference is returning to Latin America! JavaOne will take place on June 23–25 in São Paulo - Brazil.
We all know Brazilians are vocal Java supporters but clearly, this event open to all! And in order to have a strong Server-Side track, we need your support. So please make sure to submit your Java EE related proposals as soon as possible as there are only 2 weeks left to do so (the CFP is closing end of February).
Registration will open soon. For more information about JavaOne Latin America, you can check this site. Site which will be updated with more details as we get closer to the event.
Over the years, the Sunday Java EE Party has become a JavaOne tradition. This year is no exception; the Oracle Java EE Team will host an Appreciation Event the Sunday (*) evening prior to JavaOne!
This is a unique occasion to meet and discuss, in a friendly atmosphere, with various Oracle representatives such as the Oracle Executives in charge of Java EE, GlassFish and WebLogic, various Specification Leads, key GlassFish and WebLogic engineers, Product Managers, Java EE Evangelist, ... but also representatives from the JCP and others peers from the Java EE Communities! And this year, there are many topics to discuss: Java EE 8, GlassFish 4.1, Java SE 9, JavaOne, etc.
The venue is the same, the Thirsty Bear but it'll also be different as the Thirsty Bear has been recently revamped and expanded!
Java EE Appreciation Event
Date: Sunday, 28 September
Time: 8:00pm until 11:00pm
Venue: The Thirsty Bear, 661 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Cost: FREE but registration is mandatory (see here)
(*) Don't forget to attend the GlassFish Community Event on Sunday morning (10:00-11:45) :
The first VTS is taking place is July and will be run 3 times to accomodate different time zones:
The following sessions will be presented in the Java track:
Efficient architectures for creating MapReduce Pipelines
by Fabiane Nardon, Java Champion and Big Data Expert
by Reza Rahman, Java Evangelist and Java EE Expert
How to Become an Embedded Developer
by Angelia Caicedo, Java Evangelist and Java Embedded Expert
We are now ready for the third and final instalment of the 2014 Java Virtual Developer Day. This time, the schedule is geared towards Asia and Pacific Time Zones. So the APAC Java Virtual Developer Day will take place on May 28th (see below for exact timing)! Please note that this is not the date originally announced a few weeks ago so make sure to update your calendar with this new date and schedule (*)!
(*) Java Developer Day APAC - May 28th, 2014 :
Tomorrow (May 14th - see below for timing), we will hold the 2014 Java Virtual Developer Day for Europe. And it's still possible to register!
During this free technical event, you will be hear about the latest news and evolutions in the Java Platform, from the embedded space to Java EE. On the Java EE front, we will cover all the new Java EE 7 APIs (WebSocket, Batch, Concurrency Utilities for Java and JSON-P). We will also spend time on JAX-RS 2.0 and JMS 2.0. Again, this is a free event so don't miss this opportunity!
You can find the complete agenda and registration details on this page.
(*) Java Virtual Developer Day Europe - May 14th :
In our continued efforts to reach out the Java User Groups across the different regions, I had the privilege to attend the Jozi JUG annual event in South Africa a few weeks ago. It was a full day event packed with different topics, ranging from Embedded to Java SE and Java EE. I took care of the Java EE section.
You can find some personal thoughts about this nice community event on my personal blog here.
NEW This year has also has a new free-form Q&A with an executive
panel from the Oracle GlassFish Team. This will be your chance to
ask any open questions and have a frank conversation around Java
EE, GlassFish, and related technologies.
Both the events are scheduled for Sep 30 and the registration is now open.
Note, a separate JavaOne Registration is required to attend the Community Event. The party is open to everybody and no registration is required. RSVP is required for logistics.
Don't miss out, register early!
OTN Developers Day are on tour all year long and they are coming to Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark with a "Modern Enterprise Java Development" agenda.
This is a free, day-long event covering Java EE 6, GlassFish, WebLogic, TopLink, Coherence, tools and more. See you there!
Quick note that we're having our GlassFish Community Event this coming Sunday (October 2nd) at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
We're accepting a few more RSVP's on the wiki (if you had issues editing the page before, all should now be smooth).
The other event that same day is of course the GlassFish Party at the Thirsty Bear. Registrations are on the same wiki page. See you there!
Update: Correct date is October 2nd.
Quick reminder that we're hosting our traditional GlassFish community event and Party the day JavaOne starts this year :
Other details can be found in the dedicated wiki page. Please add yourself to the list there if you'd like to attend or simply add a comment to this post and we'll add your name.
Beyond the necessary community and roadmap updates we'll also hear from community members Adam Bien, Johan Vos, Laird Nelson, Fabiane Nardon, and Stephan Janssen who will all present on a GlassFish deployment story. And if you're flying in that day and unable to join the event don't miss the party at the Thirsty Bear (7:30pm).
The interest for having a GlassFish community event at JavaOne is still very strong both inside Oracle and in the community, so this year again we'll be hosting a get together on the Sunday prior to the main event. If you're in town and attending JavaOne, mark your calendars :
This will be an opportunity to discuss the community status (adoption of Java EE 6, GlassFish 3.1.x) and hear about future plans, mainly around Java EE 7 and the related GlassFish release(s). We'd also like to have several participants share their deployment stories as well as some time for an free-form unconference format and some team building activity.Of course, beyond all the content shared in slides, this should really also be a good excuse to meet folks from the community and from the core GlassFish team at Oracle. Here's a post on last year's event.
And before anybody asks, we are still exploring the party situation :-)
Update: the party is ON!. Details coming soon.
OTN Java Developer Days are continuing to circulate around the world with stops planned in Australia and more virtual events for everyone to follow. If you are in Brisbane or Perth, check out this detailed agenda and registration page.
These two events will cover Java EE 6, introduce the theme for the upcoming Java EE 7, and illustrate both with GlassFish, WebLogic with drill downs on JAX-RS and several monitoring and tuning tooling and techniques. Make sure you register.
If you don't live down under, you may be interested by this JSF OTN Virtual Developer Day. The list of speakers for this live event includes Oracle employees and ACE directors and the agenda covers JSF, ADF and WebCenter in both sessions and labs.
As previously noted the IJTC conference is happening this week in Dublin, Ireland. Simon, Matt, Richard and Steve will be covering many Sun-led open source projects: GlassFish (obviously), OpenJDK, NetBeans, OpenESB, SwingLabs, and Sun SPOTS. Overall, the list of speakers reads like that of the usual suspects (which is a compliment ;-).
• GlassFish Session at IJTC (November 8th)