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JavaOne 2013 Call for Proposals - Closing in Two (2) Days!
Imagine sharing your passion and technical expertise at the largest Java community gathering in the world.
We’re still looking for impactful content within the following tracks:
- Client and Embedded Development with JavaFX
- Core Java Platform
- Edge Computing with Java in Embedded, Smart Card, and IoT Applications
- Emerging Languages on the Java Virtual Machine
- Java Development Tools and Techniques
- Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technologies
- Java Web Services and the Cloud
- Securing Java
Submitting a proposal on any of these will earn our attention. If your proposal is chosen, you’ll be among an elite group to receive a complimentary pass to the conference.
Just a quick note from JavaOne … excellent response to Oracle’s embedded Java announcements and strategy. Our DEMOGround booth is always busy – people want to learn more about Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2, see it in action. Today’s keynote for the Java Embedded @ JavaOne sub conference was excellent – full house, great line up of partners and content.
Oh, and check this latest summary on blogs.oracle.com “Huge Opportunity in Small Things”
As I mentioned in my previous post, 2012 sees a big focus on embedded Java topics leading up to the show as well as throughout the conference. Last week was the announcement of two new embedded products: Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 and Java Embedded Server 7.0 (a blog post on this coming soon). And this week follows up with a host of keynotes, sessions, tutorials, booths, demos, and other content at JavaOne and Java Embedded @ JavaOne.
Just in time, I’d like to share my (totally subjective) list of this week’s “Embedded Highlights”, sorted by conference and by day. Here it goes:
- KEY10728 – Java Strategy Keynote
- KEY10744 – JavaOne Technical Keynote
- CON6703 – ARM: Eight Billion Served—“Want That Java Superoptimized?”
- CON11238 – Java Robots and Automation with MAX
- CON5943 – Java ME 7 Service Platform
- TUT10155 – Getting up to Speed on Oracle Java SE Embedded Performance: Tuning Tips and Tricks
- CON4247 – CLDC7: The Java Platform for Feature Phones and Low-Footprint Embedded Devices
- TUT6305 – Hands-On M2M
- BOF6816 – A Java-Powered FIRST Robot
- CON6335 – Rapid Robot Programming
- CON5804 – A New Platform for Ubiquitous Computing: Oracle Java ME Embedded
- CON11300 – Expanding the Reach of the Java ME Platform
- CON4058 – Java-Enabled Wireless Modules: The Central Hub for Next-Generation M2M Applications
- CON7110 – Developing Java Mobile and Embedded Applications with Java ME SDK 3.2
- CON4570 – Oracle Java Wireless Client: Optimized Java ME 7 Runtime
- CON12988 – OSGI Resource and Remote Lifecycle Management for M2M and the Device Cloud
- CON6094 – JavaFX on Smart Embedded Devices
- BOF4227 – Building Smart Java Applications with Neural Networks, Using the Neuroph Framework
- BOF7304 – Using Your Old Java ME Device to Build Cool New Hacking Projects
- BOF4298 – Small Embedded Java Platform for Robots
- CON5352 – Building JavaFX Interfaces with the Real World
- CON7212 – Java for Embedded Systems: Multicore and More
- CON11385 – What Users Really Want from M2M Solutions: Findings of a Worldwide M2M User Survey
- CON5348 – Do You Like Coffee with Your Dessert? Java and the Raspberry Pi
- CON3984 – IMP.next: A Profile for an Embedded World with Increasing Demands
- CON3400 – Kinect Open Source Programming Secrets: Hacking with OpenNI, NITE, and Java
- CON6590 – Easy Middleware for Your Embedded Device
- CON8081 – A World of Possibilities with Java ME + Bluetooth + Arduino
- CON4666 – How to Connect Java Embedded to Cloud Computing
- CON11225 – Closing the IT Loop: Best Practices with Java Embedded in the Real World
- CON11335 – Developing Embedded and Cloud Java Apps for Routers, Gateways, and Storage Devices
Java Embedded @ JavaOne, Wednesday
- KEY11523 – Java Embedded: Market Strategy with Judson Althoff
- CON11210 – Modernizing the Explosion of Advanced Microcontrollers with Embedded Java
- CON11211 – Standardized Embedded mHealth: The Power of Java and the Continua Ecosystem
- CON11156 – Benefits of Java M2M Modules to the Ecosystem
- CON13583 – Internet of Everything: From Connected Objects to a Smart Connected World
- CON11235 – Bring Your Device to the Cloud: Why Mobile Networks Are Different
- CON11236 – The Coming M2M Revolution: Critical Issues for End-to-End Software and Systems
Java Embedded @ JavaOne, Thursday
- KEY11525 – Java Embedded: Product Strategy with Hasan Rizvi
- CON11386 – Emerging Technologies in Manufacturing and Industrial Automation
- CON11388 – M2M: Tackling the Next Data Deluge
- CON11207 – Java and M2M Services for Business Transformation
- CON11208 – Gaining Market Advantage via Simplification and Differentiation with Java
Enough content? I thought so And, not to forget, be sure to check out the DemoGrounds at JavaOne – lots of cool demos, geek toys, and more. And hang out at the OTN Lounge while you’re there.
Hope you have a great show. See you around!
Updates (Oct 3, 2012):
- Cinterion announce the launch of their latest M2M solution, based on Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2
- Qualcomm Technologies and Oracle announce their collaboration on M2M platforms, based on Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2
The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming. And, with todays launch of the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 product, Java is going to play an even greater role in it.
Java in the Internet of Things
By all accounts, intelligent embedded devices are penetrating the world around us – driving industrial processes, monitoring environmental conditions, providing better health care, analyzing and processing data, and much more. And these devices are becoming increasingly connected, adding another dimension of utility. Welcome to the Internet of Things.
As I blogged yesterday, this is a huge opportunity for the Java technology and ecosystem. To enable and utilize these billions of devices effectively you need a programming model, tools, and protocols which provide a feature-rich, consistent, scalable, manageable, and interoperable platform.
Java technology is ideally suited to address these technical and business problems, enabling you eliminate many of the typical challenges in designing embedded solutions. By using Java you can focus on building smarter, more valuable embedded solutions faster. To wit, Java technology is already powering around 10 billion devices worldwide.
Delivering on this vision and accelerating the growth of embedded Java solutions, Oracle is today announcing a brand-new product: Oracle Java Micro Edition (ME) Embedded 3.2, accompanied by an update release of the Java ME Software Development Kit (SDK) to version 3.2.
What is Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2?
Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 is a complete Java runtime client, optimized for ARM architecture connected microcontrollers and other resource-constrained systems. The product provides dedicated embedded functionality and is targeted for low-power, limited memory devices requiring support for a range of network services and I/O interfaces.
What features and APIs are provided by Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2?
Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 is a Java ME runtime based on CLDC 1.1 (JSR-139) and IMP-NG (JSR-228). The runtime and virtual machine (VM) are highly optimized for embedded use. Also included in the product are the following optional JSRs and Oracle APIs:
- File I/O API’s (JSR-75)
- Wireless Messaging API’s (JSR-120)
- Web Services (JSR-172)
- Security and Trust Services subset (JSR-177)
- Location API’s (JSR-179)
- XML API’s (JSR-280)
- Device Access API
- Application Management System (AMS) API
- AccessPoint API
- Logging API
Additional embedded features are:
- Remote application management system
- Support for continuous 24×7 operation
- Application monitoring, auto-start, and system recovery
- Application access to peripheral interfaces such as GPIO, I2C, SPIO, memory mapped I/O
- Application level logging framework, including option for remote logging
- Headless on-device debugging – source level Java application debugging over IP Connection
- Remote configuration of the Java VM
What type of platforms are targeted by Oracle Java ME 3.2 Embedded?
The product is designed for embedded, always-on, resource-constrained, headless (no graphics/no UI), connected (wired or wireless) devices with a variety of peripheral I/O.
The high-level system requirements are as follows:
- System based on ARM architecture SOCs
- Memory footprint (approximate)
- from 130 KB RAM/350KB ROM (for a minimal, customized configuration)
- to 700 KB RAM/1500 KB ROM (for the full, standard configuration)
- Very simple embedded kernel, or a more capable embedded OS/RTOS
- At least one type of network connection (wired or wireless)
The initial release of the product is delivered as a device emulation environment for x86/Windows desktop computers, integrated with the Java ME SDK 3.2.
A standard binary of Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 for ARM KEIL development boards based on ARM Cortex M-3/4 (KEIL MCBSTM32F200 using ST Micro SOC STM32F207IG) will soon be available for download from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN).
What types of applications can I develop with Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2?
The Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 product is a full-featured embedded Java runtime supporting applications based on the IMP-NG application model, which is derived from the well-known MIDP 2 application model. The runtime supports execution of multiple concurrent applications, remote application management, versatile connectivity, and a rich set of APIs and features relevant for embedded use cases, including the ability to interact with peripheral I/O directly from Java applications.
This rich feature set, coupled with familiar and best-in class software development tools, allows developers to quickly build and deploy sophisticated embedded solutions for a wide range of use cases. Target markets well supported by Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 include wireless modules for M2M, industrial and building control, smart grid infrastructure, home automation, and environmental sensors and tracking.
What tools are available for embedded application development for Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2?
Along with the release of Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2, Oracle is also making available an updated version of the Java ME Software Development Kit (SDK), together with plug-ins for the NetBeans and Eclipse IDEs, to deliver a complete development environment for embedded application development.
OK – sounds great! Where can I find out more? And how do I get started?
There is a complete set of information, data sheet, API documentation, “Getting Started Guide”, FAQ, and download links available:
- For an overview of Oracle Embeddable Java, see here.
- For the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 press release, see here.
- For the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 data sheet, see here.
- For the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 landing page, see here.
- For the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 documentation page, including a “Getting Started Guide” and FAQ, see here.
- For the Oracle Java ME SDK 3.2 landing and download page, see here.
- Finally, to ask more questions, please see the OTN “Java ME Embedded” forum
To get started, grab the “Getting Started Guide” and download the Java ME SDK 3.2, which includes the Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 device emulation.
Can I learn more about Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 at JavaOne and/or Java Embedded @ JavaOne?
Glad you asked Both conferences, JavaOne and Java Embedded @ JavaOne, will feature a host of content and information around the new Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2 product, from technical and business sessions, to hands-on tutorials, and demos. Stay tuned, I will post details shortly.
JavaOne is only 6 days away… Are you ready?
Man, what a crazy couple of weeks it has been. Haven’t blogged for ages. Insanely busy with preparations for JavaOne, Java Embedded @ JavaOne, and some new products we’re working on (on the latter, stay tuned …).
There is so much activity, information, and data around JavaOne to choose from – it’s hard to stay on top of it all. I’ll try to keep it short and provide the highlights as well as my embedded point of view. Ok, here it goes:
First, in case you may not know, there are actually two (!) Java conferences this year: JavaOne itself, and Java Embedded @ JavaOne.
- JavaOne happens from Sep 30 through Oct 4 (yes, that means keynotes are on Sunday! Don’t miss them)
- Java Embedded @ JavaOne happens Oct 3 and 4 – in parallel to JavaOne
Henrik Stahl, Senior Director of Product Management, does a great job of introducing Java Embedded @ JavaOne.
Finally, if you have more questions, check out my FAQ on the Java Embedded @ JavaOne conference.
As every year, JavaOne will be packed with keynotes, technical sessions, BOFs, Hands-On-Labs (HOLs), demo grounds, and events.
New for this year are tutorials, which are a mix between an extended technical session, a BOF, and a HOL. It gives the presenters extra time to show you the ropes on a particular topic and extra time for the attendees to ask questions. But it is less of a ‘lab’ setting compared to a HOL. Should be a good addition to the JavaOne structure.
Also new this year is the Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival, which happens throughout the conference (Sun-Thu) in a couple of venues around the main event area. There is music every day and a great line-up of performers such as Macy Gray, Jimmy Cliff, The English Beat, Joss Stone, and many more. Definitely worth checking out. Of course, there is the traditional assortment of parties and events – just check the JavaOne home page!
In terms of embedded, there will be a HUGE focus on that topic at this year’s JavaOne. Oracle is making a big push for Java in the embedded space, not just by launching the Java Embedded @ JavaOne conference (see above), but embedded is embedded (pun intended!) all throughout JavaOne itself:
- Dozens of dedicated embedded technical sessions, BOFs, tutorials, and Hands-on-Labs – ranging from tiny embedded devices through complex end-to-end embedded solutions and touching on a range of different use cases and markets
- Java in embedded spreads throughout the pavilion and demo boths
- Embedded technology featuring in JavaOne keynotes (very cool – see for yourself!)
- Involvement of partners specializing in embedded solutions built on Java
Update (7/17/2012): By popular request, the CfP deadline has been extended to July 27! So that gives you a few extra days to prepare that submission.
The deadline for the Call-for-Papers for Java Embedded @ JavaOne is approaching fast.
Be sure to submit your paper by Wednesday, July 18.
More information on the Call-for-Papers and the types of submissions we are looking for can be found on the Q & A.
A couple of weeks ago I participated in a video shoot summarizing the key announcements at JavaOne 2011 in San Francisco.
The two videos are now available and feature Gaye Hudson, Steve Walker, Andy Gilbert, and myself. 20 minutes each, they give you a compact wrap-up in terms of JavaOne excitement, community updates, Oracle leadership, and progress in Java SE, JavaFX, Java EE, Java ME, and Java Cloud.
Go to this page and select the JavaOne Key Announcements Tab on the top right.
For the next 10 days Java will be all over Brazil … and I don’t mean the black, hot kind
JavaOne Latin America
First, JavaOne Latin America is in Sao Paulo from the 6th to the 8th. Choose from dozens of technical sessions, keynotes, and hands-on labs, explore the booths and DEMOGrounds in the Exhibition Area, and take advantage of the opportunities to speak first-hand with the experts and mingle with your fellow developers.
JavaOne Latin America is organized in four tracks
- Client Side Technologies and Rich User Experiences
- Core Java Platform
- Java EE, Web Profile, Platform Technologies, Web Services, and the Cloud
- Java ME, Mobile, Embedded, and Devices
JavaOne Latin America is also supported by a number of Java User Groups, so I’m particularly looking forward to the Community Keynote with our well-known Java community members Bruno Souza, Fabiane Nardon, and Vinicus Senger. Should be fun!
Also, there is a Portuguese version of the JavaOne website.
More Java Events
Next, there are a number of additional Java-related events planned, from the SOUJava Geek Bike Ride to a string of JUG events where I and several of my Java Evangelism colleagues will be speaking across Brazil on topics such as Java 7, The Future of Java, Java EE, JavaFX 2.0, and more:
- Dec 4, SOUJava Geek Bike Ride 2011, Sao Paulo
- Dec 9, UAIJUG, Uberlandia (event information)
- Dec 9, CEJUG, Fortaleza/CE
- Dec 10, ALJUG, Maceio/AL (event information to be posted here)
- Dec 11, Javaneiros, Campo Grande/MS
- Dec 12, GOJAVA, Goiania/GO
- Dec 12, GUJAVA, Florianopolis (event information)
- Dec 13, RioJUG, Rio de Janeiro (event information to be posted here)
Be sure to check with your local JUG for specific event information.
Hope to see you in person over the next few days at one of the events!
Actually, that’s old news – we hit that milestone several weeks ago
The Java Spotlight Podcast has taken off in an astonishing way in less than a year since it was launched – thanks in large part to my tireless partner in crime, Roger Brinkley, who doesn’t waste any chance to snag an interview anytime, anywhere. Beware if you ever happen to find yourself in reach of his microphone
One of my recent personal favorites is episode 51 “Live at JavaOne – Java Platform Timelines and Duke’s Choice Award Winners”. A live audience, a fun mood, and some very cool technologies. Check it out.
While you’re there, browse the list of wide-ranging topics of some of our other episodes, from Java EE, to JavaFX, Java performance, Java ME, cool stuff, and much more.
Oracle’s own Yoshio Terada posted his JavaOne summary report to slideshare.net – and has gotten more than 35,000 views in just two days. Looks like it’s a big hit with our Japanese-speaking developers!