In this video interview, senior architects Andres Almiray and Swen Reimers discussed hackagarten event taking place during the conferences. "A hackergarten is group of people coming together for a couple of hours. We decide the open source projects we want to code on. It can be fixing a bug, adding (more...)
In this video, Java Developer, JUG Leader, and Philanthropist Mattias Karlsson chats with Tori Wieldt about his work with the Swedish Java community, Java's explosion in popularity and the Jfokus conference.
London Java Community leader and technical evangelist Simon Maple has created a Meetup called vJUG, with aim toward connecting Java Developers in the virtual world.
The aim for vJUG is:
- Get technical leaders from around the world to present to the vJUG members (without travel cost concerns!).
- Work with (more...)
Who: Java Developers
What: This OTN Virtual Developer Day will guide you through tooling and best practices around developing applications with WebLogic and Coherence. You'll also explore ways to improve your your build, deploy, and ongoing management processes in your application's life cycle.
When: Tuesday, November 5, 9am to 1pm PDT (more...)
He drew a crowd where he went at JavaOne. And only being 22.5 inches/573 mm tall, that's pretty impressive.
Nao (pronounced now) is an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Aldebaran Robotics, a French robotics company. Over 200 academic institutions worldwide have made use of the robot. In this (more...)
As the steward of Java, Oracle recognizes the importance and value of the Java community, and the relevant role it plays in keeping Java the largest, most vibrant developer community in the world.
In order to increase Oracle’s touch with Java developers worldwide, we are shifting our focus from (more...)
"Choose a job that you love and you will never have to work a day in your life."
Ada Lovelace Day aims to raise the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and math by encouraging people around the world to talk about the women whose work (more...)
A new article, now up on otn/java titled “JavaOne 2013 Review: Java Takes on the Internet of Things,” takes a look back at the lively happenings at JavaOne 2013, which reprised the 2012 JavaOne "Make the Future Java" theme. The articles quotes JavaOne keynoter Peter Utzschneider, Vice President, Java Product (more...)
Help us define how to serve your training and certification needs for Java EE 7.
Oracle Certification and Server Technologies Curriculum Development are working to build two new Java EE 7 Certification exams and surrounding courses. We are looking to you to help validate our definition of the job roles (more...)
Ed Burns, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, and Kinman Chung, Principle Member of Technical Staff, both at Oracle, presented a session on Monday in which they described new features in JSR 341, Expression Language (EL) 3.0. They discussed the APIs for the use of EL in standalone environments and (more...)
by Timothy Beneke and Janice J. Heiss
In a festive room full of 175 people, including many celebrated Java luminaries,
along with excellent food and drink, the 9th annual JCP Program Awards were handed out atop the majestic Hilton Hotel on Monday night. As the JCP states, “The Java Community (more...)
Jai Suri, Group Product Manager, Java Platform, at Oracle, with Oracle Embedded Java architect, Noel Poore, gave a session that was both practical and visionary, titled “Internet of Things with Java” that provided a glimpse of the challenges and prospects faced by the coming Internet of Things (more...)
The IT forecast is cloudy. The current issue of Java Magazine looks at what the cloud means for Java developers the best ways to seize the opportunities presented by public and private clouds. plus community events and, of course, the Duke's Choice Award winners.
Seize the Cloud
Develop, deploy, and (more...)
by Timothy Beneke
Mark Reinhold, Oracle’s Chief Architect, the Java Platform Group, took the stage to kick off Sunday’s technical keynote at the Moscone Center. He began by quoting “father of Java” James Gosling. For Java to thrive, it must maintain what Gosling called the “feel of Java”. In other (more...)
John Duimovich, Java CTO and IBM Distinguished Engineer, took the stage at Sunday’s JavaOne 2013 keynote and stated that IBM had a new approach to this year’s JavaOne. They arrived at JavaOne with 20 developers of all ranks, giving 28 sessions -- and only one marketing person. This was consistent (more...)
Watch highlights from yesterday's JavaOne keynotes.
JavaOne Strategy Keynote Highlights
JavaOne Technical Keynote Highlights
Want more? Read At the JavaOne 2013 Strategy Keynote.
Honored at JavaOne, the 2013 Duke's Choice Awards prove that lots of innovation is happening in the Java community. This year’s Duke’s Choice Award winners range from the serious and cerebral to the practical, amusing, and entertaining. These projects are pushing the frontiers of medicine and technology by simulating the human (more...)