Essential Java Developer Conference - India

Kushal Foundation organized Essential Java Developer Conference on 23, 24th of June at Tata auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Sun was the gold sponsor for this event.

Over the period of 2 days, the audience attended technical presentations, workshops, code camps on various Java related technologies including WebServers, Portal Servers, Open Source AppServers, Application testing and other Open source products. Sun contributed with couple of keynotes and some technical sessions. Companies like Fidelity, Mercury, Manhattan associates also featured in this event.

I presented on "Next Generation Mobile Java" on the second day of the conference. About 150 people were present and the presentation went well. The audience had limited exposure to JavaME technologies and so the stress was also on the core concepts of JavaME, with the wireless web apps development talking to web services. Most of the people in the audience, I think, were volunteered by their companies. I think, there is more evangelism to do around JavaME technologies for java developers in India.

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I am a j2me developer i feel stressing out more on j2me will be helpful for us.

Posted by mutturaj on May 26, 2008 at 09:06 AM IST #

Marty Hall is an expert on JSP, servlets, Jakarta Struts, JSF, Ajax, GWT and Java programming. He is the author of six popular books on Java and Web technology that have been worldwide bestsellers, been translated into 15 languages, as well as being reprinted in English in India. He is coming to Bangalore this April at Great Indian Developer Summit (developersummit dot com) to conduct a keynote address comparing various approaches to building rich Internet applications with Ajax. Marty's keynote address will survey the three most important of these approaches: using an Ajax-enabled JavaScript library such as jQuery, Prototype, Scriptaculous, Dojo or Ext/JS, using a Web framework such as JSF 2.0 or Struts 2 that has integrated Ajax support, and using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to build "pure Java" Ajax applications.

Posted by Shaguf on March 05, 2010 at 04:18 AM IST #

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