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  • Oracle Replaces JavaOne with Oracle Code One

    Oracle has announced the end of their flagship Java developer conference, JavaOne. In its place Oracle plans to run a broader developer-focused conference, called Oracle Code One.

  • JavaOne Keynote: IBM on OpenJ9 and Open Liberty; Java Community in The Matrix

    The JavaOne Community Keynote started with IBM talking about and demonstrating its latest contributions to open source: OpenJ9, Open Liberty, and MicroProfile. John Duimovich, IBM distinguished engineer, kicked things off with a presentation titled "IBM and Java: Powering the next generation of innovation". After IBM, Stephen Chin took the stage to finish the Java Community Keynote.

  • Oracle Announced Plans to Open Source All Features of Their JDK and Address Shortcomings in Java EE

    During the opening keynote at JavaOne this year, Oracle announced plans to release Java SE under GPL and to open-source all the features in Oracle’s JDK.  The vendor also admitted that Java EE wasn’t fit for the new world of microservices and serverless, and talked about plans to address the issue.  Case studies on modern microservices architectures were provided by Alibaba and Spotify.

  • JavaOne 2016 – Audience Gets a Glimpse of the Power of JShell

    JShell brings about Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) to Java. REPL is an efficient, interactive way for developers to validate their code snippets without having to compile, run and then debug their entire program.

  • Ron Monzillo on Java Identity API and JSR 351

    The Java Identity API provides a framework for representing and interacting with identity attributes in Java applications. Ron Monzillo, specification lead for JSR 351, the spec for this API, spoke at the JavaOne 2011 Conference last week about the JSR proposal scope, its current state and future plans for the specification.

  • Opinion: JavaOne 2011 Was a Success

    After a difficult first year in charge of JavaOne in 2010, most people I spoke to at JavaOne this year felt Oracle was having more success with the conference this time round. The vendor really needed to show a broad spectrum of the Java community that it had successfully integrated Sun's Java teams, and was starting to drive the platform forward again, and it succeeded in those aims.

  • JavaOne 2011 Strategy Keynote: Java ME, SE an EE Future Roadmaps

    Java EE next release will support cloud computing, multi-tenancy, elasticity and caching features. Oracle team presented the future product roadmaps for Java ME, SE and EE platforms at JavaOne 2011 Conference on Tuesday. Twitter also announced during the keynote that they are joining Java Community Process (JCP) and OpenJDK project.

  • Apache TomEE Certified Web Profile Compatible

    Yesterday at JavaOne, the Apache Foundation announced the availability of the Apache TomEE stack, a Java EE 6 Web Profile Compatible Implementation.

  • ZeroTurnaround Release Results from Survey of Indian Developers at JavaOne

    ZeroTurnaround have compared and contrasted the state of the technologies used for software development, and analyzed the tool-usage aspect of Indian productivity. The survey covers application servers (containers), IDEs, frameworks and build tools used by Java teams across India and globally.

  • Heroku gets Scala

    It was announced today (October 3rd, 2011) at JavaOne that Heroku, SalesForce.com's recently acquired PaaS provider, is getting Scala support. Heroku is teaming up with Typesafe to add Scala support to the Heroku platform. Typesafe, "the Scala company", was co-founded by Scala creator Martin Odersky.

  • JavaFX 2.0 Released, Java 9 Outlined During JavaOne Keynote

    Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect for Java at Oracle, gave details of developments in Java 8 and beyond, and announced the GA release of JavaFX 2.0 during his keynote session at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.

  • CloudBees Launch First Java EE Web Profile PaaS at JavaOne

    CloudBees continue to deepen their support for Java with the first production-ready Platform as a Service to support the Java EE 6 Web Profile Specification

  • Bridging Transactions from Java EE to .NET

    Bill Heinzman spoke at the recent JavaOne conference about bridging cross-platform transactions between enterprise Java and .NET applications. He also discussed the technologies that provide distributed transactions using standards like WS-Atomic Transaction and WS-Coordination and direct bridging using a shared-memory, Java Virtual Machine (JVM)-to-CLR implementation.

  • Fine-Grained Authorization for Java Applications

    A fine-grained authorization system based on XACML specification can increase agility and control in addition to traditional role based access control method of authorizing users based on their roles. Subbu Devulapalli spoke at JavaOne 2010 Conference about standards and deployment models in user authorization. He also discussed best practices when implementing authorization in Java applications.

  • Concurrency Revolution From a Hardware Perspective

    Brian Goetz and Cliff Click spoke at JavaOne conference last week about concurrency revolution from a hardware perspective. They said CPU designers will focus on parallelism in the future for increasing throughput of the systems. They also discussed some point solutions like Thread Pools, Fork/Join, Map/Reduce and Actors to achieve the concurrency in applications.

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