The 2013 China Duke’s Choice Award, exclusively for China’s Java community, recognizes outstanding individuals and projects based on Java technology. After review of the nominations submitted by the Java community, Oracle is pleased to announce the winners: Zheng Ye of Moco technology of ThoughtWorks, Jia Ke for X Fantasy of (more...)
The Duke's Choice Award program is open to all members of the Java community and nominations are accepted by anyone, including Oracle employees, for any compelling use of Java technology. The most important ingredient is innovation. Let's recognize and celebrate the innovation that Java delivers!
Winners will be notified at (more...)
Here is a list of the most popular articles, in terms of traffic, on otn/java in the last 12 months. It's, as usual, a rich mix of Java and Java-related technologies, types of articles and variety of authors.
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jtreg is the test harness used by the OpenJDK test framework. This framework is intended primarily for regression tests. It can also be used for unit tests, functional tests, and even simple product tests -- in other words, just about any type of test except a conformance test, which belong (more...)
Java EE 7 is live, and it includes many changes in 14 active JSRs. One of them is Servlet 3.1. Java Servlets extend and enhance Web servers. They are a provide a component-based, platform-independent method for building Web-based applications, without the performance limitations of CGI programs. And unlike proprietary (more...)
The biggest Java conference in Europe is taking place in Antwerp, Belgium from November 11 to 15, 2013. The conference is designed by developers for developers and attracts renowned international speakers.
The review committee looks for passionate speakers who are technically knowledgeable and not afraid to speak in front of (more...)
A new Open Source Software Development Center is open at University of Belgrade Serbia. It centers around using Java & NetBeans as open source projects to learn from and contribute to. Assistant Professor Zoran Sevarac says that not only does the center allow him to teach software development using open source (more...)
A new Open Source Software Development Center is open at University of Belgrade, Serbia. It centers around using Java & NetBeans as open source projects to learn from and contribute to. Assistant Professor Zoran Sevarac says that not only does the center allow him to teach software development using open source (more...)
How are Lambdas handled on a bytecode level?
How does replacing assembly code with Java code improve performance?
Can we send flat files/comma separated/XML files to process in Batch?
In a Java EE app, can I inject an EJB bean inside a REST POJO using @EJB annotation?
Where I can (more...)
A new interview with Java Champion Cay Horstmann, now up on otn/java, titled "Diving into Scala: A Conversation with Java Champion Cay Horstmann," explores Horstmann's ideas about Scala as reflected in his much lauded new book, Scala for the Impatient. None other than Martin Odersky, the inventor of Scala, (more...)
JD Edwards has been working hard to ensure that you shouldn't have to work so hard! Yet there are still JD Edwards customers that may not be up to speed on all the new and or improved tools and utilities we have delivered, all designed to make your life easier.
Oracle and Beecham have recently conducted a market survey on use of Connected Devices for M2M & Internet of Things (IoT) applications and new trends. This first session in our webinar series addresses intelligence in connected devices.
Join Peter Utzschneider of Oracle and Robin Duke-Woolley of Beecham Research as they (more...)
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Oracle Open World features thousands of sessions from which attendees can choose, including keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and hands-on labs. Hundreds of exhibitors will be on hand to share what they’re bringing to the leading edge of Oracle technology. You (more...)