Posted by editor
on February 28, 2011 at 9:39 PM PST
This Thursday, March 3, the Oracle Technology Network will be hosting an OTN Developer Day titled You are the future of Java in Boston, Massachusetts (US). The all-day event includes a keynote address ("Java, the Language of the Future") and four separate tracks (Server, Desktop, Java SE Platform, and Embedded). Each track includes five one-hour sessions and/or hands-on labs.
Here's a selection of the scheduled sessions:
- Lab: Enterprise Java Beans 3.1 and JAX-RS 1.1 with GlassFish (Server track)
- Your light-weight and OSGi-based modular App Server (Server track)
- Lab: NetBeans JavaFX Composer in Action Creation Applications with Rich UI (Desktop track)
- Java Performance, Monitoring and Tuning Techniques (Desktop track)
- Java SE – The road forward, 2011 edition (Java SE Platform track)
- Java 7 and 8 – What does it mean for you? (Java SE Platform track)
- Techniques, Benefits, and Best Practices for Using Java in Embedded Devices (Embedded track)
- Writing Stunning Embedded Applications Using Java and LWUIT (Embedded track)
If you're in the Boston area, and you'd like to attend, visit the event page and click the "Register Now!" button.
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