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Join us next Thursday (April 7) for a full day of Java sessions and workshops at the Sheraton Reston Hotel. Topics covered are a Server Track, a Java SE & Desktop track, and a Embedded Track. See the full agenda here.
The event is FREE, but you need to register. See the event page for more information. Hope to see you there!
The amount of traffic and interest at the Oracle booth here at embeddedworld2011 has been nothing short of amazing. At times, the booth was overflowing with visitors, the demos were in high demand, and we’ve been busy pretty much non-stop since the start of the conference talking about Java SE Embedded, Java ME, Java Card, and Berkeley DB.
The value of embedded systems is increasingly driven by software, and Java’s platform independence, high level of functionality and security, mature tool chain, connectivity and scalability, and massive ecosystem put it on the top of the list. And our booth visitors see it that way, too.
We’ve been talking to car manufacturers about upgrading vehicle control and entertainment systems with Java, utility companies wanting to add intelligence to their networks using Java, consumer electronic manufacturers who want to build smart and connected devices, medical device companies wanting to develop smarter Java-based patient monitoring systems, processor and board vendors wanting to add the Java runtime driven by demand from software developers, and much, much more.
Check out the “guerilla style” video we shot at the booth.
I’m looking forward to participating in embeddedworld 2011 next week (March 1 through 3) in Nuremberg, Germany.
embeddedworld exhibition & conference is world’s biggest exhibition of its kind and features a significant focus on software. Oracle will be present with sessions, a booth, and meetings with customers and partners.
- Tue, 5:00-5:30 pm”: “Java – The Smart in the Smart Grid, Smart Metering, and Smart Data” – Dr. Rainer Eschrich
- Wed, 11:00-11:30 am: “Java in the Real World: Experiences with Real-Time Java for Device Control” – Greg Bollella
- Thu, 9:00-9:45 am: “What‘s New in Embedded Java: An Update” – I will be replacing Mike Piech for this talk
The full conference program can be found here.
Our booth, where we will be showing products and doing a number of demos, is located in Hall 11 at F226. Check us out for Oracle’s embedded Java clients, Berkeley DB, JavaCard, and more. And don’t miss the prizes and the espresso!
Hope to see you next week!
Berkeley DB is a high-performance, robust, and scalable persistence library for a wide range of use cases, including embedded applications and devices.
Berkeley DB features a Java Edition, is available with a dual-license model (open source and commercial license), and has been deployed in a number of embedded scenarios such as smart meters and vertical mobile applications.
To learn more about the Berkeley DB features, technology, use cases, and more tune in to the TechCast Live with Dave Segleau and Justin Kestelyn,
I won’t be there myself, but Oracle is putting together the
Running from 11:00 am to 5 pm there is an array of talks for mobile developers on how to leverage Oracle technologies, including Java, to build compelling and scalable mobile applications:
- Rapid and Declarative Mobile Application Development with Oracle Technologies, by Denis Tyrell, Senior Director, Server Technologies
- Mobile Application Development with the Java ME SDK, by Hinkmond Wong, Principal Member of Technical Staff
- Oracle Data Synchronization & Device Management for Mobile Platforms, by Boris Berdichevskiy, Development Manager
- Creating Expressive Multi-Screen Content with JavaFX, by John Burkey, Chief Architect, Java and JavaFX Client Technologies
- Java Card(TM) 3 Connected Platform: Opening development opportunities for billions of connected devices, by Peter Allenbach, Java Card Engineering
Additionally, on March 24:
- Oracle Berkeley DB: Embedded data storage for devices, appliances, and applications, by Jon Milelli, Solution Architecture Director, Oracle Embedded Global Business Unit