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jOOQ: Where’s the Self-Confidence when Advertising Java 8, Oracle?

I have often wondered, why the team around Brian Goetz has been heading towards a “decent compromise” so strongly from the beginning, both from a marketing AND technical point of view, instead of adding more boldness to how Java 8 is advertised. At Devoxx Belgium 2013, Brian Goetz seems to have really sold his accomplishments completely under value...

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Geert Bevin: Devoxx HackFest In-Action Attracts Developers

The Raspberry PI and Leap Motion hands-on labs at Devoxx 2013 started with a packed room, we even had to fetch additional chairs for people standing in the back. Vinicius and Yara senger explained their super useful embedded devices panel where many sensors and boards can be accessed through easy REST URLs.

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Marcus Hirt: The Relational Key

The relational key is a little piece of event type attribute metadata on the form of an URI. It is normally used as a marker to hint to JMC that it often makes sense to find all events (of different event types) with the same attribute value for attributes with the same relational key. For example, the Java Flight Recorder has a lot of different GC events.

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2013 Java Theme Community Challenge Winners

Posted by fnikola on October 22, 2013 at 10:38 AM PDT

Congratulations to the winners of the Java Theme Community Challenge! And come hear how Java is inspiring a whole generation of young developers. The JavaOne Community Keynote is all about how your work in the community and the Java ecosystem is leading to extraordinary applications and end-user benefits.

Welcome!

Posted by javafxpert on October 17, 2013 at 11:25 AM PDT

Welcome to the new and improved IoT Community - formerly the Embedded Community.

#Juggy interviews @jyeary at #JavaOne Conference. The subject? JUGs!

Posted by fnikola on October 3, 2013 at 9:17 AM PDT

Juggy interviews John Yeary (@jyeary) at JavaOne Conference 2013, about JUGs and the role of User Groups in the process of continuously evolve the Java technology, about teaching programming to kids, and more.

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John Clingan: Project Avatar is Open Source!

It has been a while in the making and now Project Avatar is here - and is under an Open Source license! Download Avatar from avatar.java.net, take a look at the sample applications, ask questions, and provide feedback. Over the coming weeks and months, we'll publish more documentation and samples to help you get started...

Reza Rahman: Java EE/GlassFish@JavaOne 2013

With JavaOne around the corner, at least some of you are probably planning out your session schedules next week or the week after. To help you navigate the sessions you might want to attend, I thought I'd write a brief entry highlighting some of the key Java EE/GlassFish related content this year.

Modellus X

Modellus is a mathematical modelling tool for university students

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Pedro Duque Vieira

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Education

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DataFX

Open source project. DataFX is a collection of data sources and cell factories to vastly simplify the process of getting data from various locations into JavaFX UI controls.

Developed By: 

Johan Vos

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Development Tools and Utilities

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Released

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