Duke’s Choice Award India and Russia

The Duke's Choice Award program has expanded this year to include regional programs in conjunction with each JavaOne.  We look forward to announcing three lucky winners at JavaOne India and at JavaOne Russia.

Important deadlines for your submissions are coming up:  
Submissions for Duke's choice Award Russia nominations are accepted (more...)

JavaOne 2013 Call for Proposals Now Open

This year, JavaOne runs from September 22nd to 26th, 2013 in San Francisco. The call for proposals is now open and ends on April 12th, 2013. This is a chance to share Java know-how with developers and visionaries at the biggest Java developer conference of the year.  Submit impactful (more...)

The Tech Events over 2 days

Today is International Women's Day and Global Tech Women founder Deanna Kosaraju commemorates the event by organizing the Voices Global Conference, a live streaming event celebrating women in technology. Women technologists from over 20 countries present a collection of technical talks including software for data center, testing, breakthrough innovation frameworks, community building, humanitarian projects, leadership, and more. Attendees can participate in group discussions, network online or at local gatherings, and watch the sessions online. All the sessions are streamed live and recorded. Registration is open. 

Another conference starting today is Java Developers Conference (JDC) in Cairo, Egypt. The conference (more...)

OpenJDK Test Fest and Devoxx UK

The London Java user group is organizing the first Test Fest on March 23rd in London with the collaboration of Oracle and IBM. "Contributors to OpenJDK need to be confident that their changes are sound and do not cause problems elsewhere." explains event host Martijn Verburg. Many test cases are already available but each application has different characteristics, environment and other attributes. The goal is to provide a larger and more comprehensive series of tests for Open JDK. 

If you cannot attend this event, the organizers and some of the guest presenters from Oracle and IBM - among (more...)

Get started with Java!

Every year, the Java platform is growing with new features for enterprise, web, embedded and mobile application and developers. To help beginners navigate the platform and get started with Java technologies, new learning resources are available on the New to Java website. Developers will write a "Hello World" application, test their Java knowledge,  create user interfaces with JavaFX, and build enterprise applications with Java EE, desktop applications with Java SE or applications for mobile and embedded devices.  

Being up to date about current trends and networking with other developers are also critical for a career in programming. Developers can (more...)