JavaLand is coming soon. With lots of great Sessions and don't forget the Early Adopter Area. It will be held March 24-25 at Phantasialand, in Germany. That's right folks, you can go to a theme park, and call it work.
The JavaOne Community Keynote has been moved into a larger space due to the overwhelming attendance of previous sessions.
The Keynote will now be at the Marriott Marquis (on 4th St near Mission St) in the Salon Ballroom 7/8/9.
The Oracle Technology Network (OTN) is excited to invite you to our first Virtual Technology Summit. Learn first hand from Java Champions and Oracle experts as they share their insight and expertise on using Java.
Tim Spann explores some of the modern design and architecture patterns, why they are necessary and the issues they address.
Lukas Eder points out 10 easy things we can do to make our code more scalable. Includign code samples.
Peter Lawrey shares an excellent explanation of exactly what happen when arithmatic operations are performed with numeric values of different typre. Including code samples.
Anatole Tresch gives a great overview of JSR 354 from the reasons it was needed to how to use it. Including code samples
A discussion of why while(true) and for(;;) aren't generally advisable how to address them, and even when they should be used. Somehow, infinite loops and Murphy's Law seemed appropriate for Friday the 13th.
Mohamed Sanaulla makes an interesting argument for eliminating getters and setters from POJO code by effectively making the POJO immutable. Including code samples.
Pavel Bucek guides us through JSR 356, Java API for WebSocket, as it relates to thread safety.