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on September 22, 2010 at 10:39 AM PDT
If you haven't been able to catch all the Oracle Technology Network Live streamed events that you've wanted to see, you can find archives of the live streams at the Oracle Media Network page. Click on the "Newest" tab, and as you scroll to the subsequent pages you'll find keynotes; Kohsuke Kawaguchi's talk with Tori Weldt; ...
If you haven't been able to catch all the Oracle Technology Network Live streamed events that you've wanted to see, you can find archives of the live streams at the Oracle Media Network page. Click on the "Newest" tab, and as you scroll to the subsequent pages you'll find keynotes; Kohsuke Kawaguchi's talk with Tori Wieldt; java.net Community Manager Sonya Barry's conversation with Java Tools leader Fabiane Nardon and JUG leader Bruno Souza; Arun Gupta's talk with Tori about Java EE 6 and GlassFish; and lots more. Check it out!
Markus Eisele presents an overview of his JavaOne Oracle Develop Day 6: Working and Working -
Sleept longer today. Seems as if I get adjusted to the new timezone. Right in time for the flight back, which is'nt that far away. Great. Anyway. Yesterday was a mess. I had to work on some customer things in the morning and the real conference started around noon for me. I walked around The Zone and stopped by the OTN live broadcasting. Just in time to meet Ed Burns. He is the SpecLead for JSF. It's not only fun to here him talking about 2.x and what they are going to do. It's also fun to walk around with him...
Dalibor Topic presents Next Entry OpenJDK In Some More News: JDK Roadmap for Advancing Java SE -
Quoting from another Oracle press release: * Oracle is announcing its plans for advancing the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) and optimizing it for new application models and hardware, including extended support for scripting languages, increased developer productivity and lower operational costs. * The announced roadmap for the OpenJDK accelerates the availability of Java SE with two releases, one in 2011 and one in 2012. These OpenJDK releases will continue to serve as the basis for the Oracle Java Development Kit (JDK) 7 and JDK 8. * The decisions regarding the features to be included in the JDK 7 and JDK 8 releases were made with active participation of the Java community...
Dustin Marx provides session notes in JavaOne 2010: Speedy Scripting: Productivity and Performance -
Per Bothner presented "Speedy Scripting: Productivity and Performance" today at JavaOne 2010 . He started into this topic by presenting things we like about scripting languages and things we like about compiled languages. For example, he talked about how we generally like the no or hidden compiling of scripting languages as well as scripting languages' less boilerplate and runtime advancements. Desirable features of compiled languages include execution speed, compile time error checking, greater ability for tooling to help, and greater ability for humans to read and understand what's happening specifically...
Arun Gupta posted S313522: Instructions for OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications Hands-on Lab at JavaOne 2010 -
This blog provides instructions on how to follow S313522 (Hands-on Lab on OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications) that was conducted at JavaOne 2010 earlier today. * Download and Install NetBeans 6.9.1 . * Download and Unzip GlassFish 3.1 b20 Web Profile . * Start GlassFish as "asadmin start-domain" and Database as "asadmin start-database" from "glassfishv3/glassfish/bin" directory...
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