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Just back from Brazil and no time to catch my breath … so much happening:
- JavaOne Latin America was a blast – so much enthusiasm in the developer community! Check out some of the videos and podcasts, including the JavaOne Community Keynote, OTN interviews with a variety of Java luminaries, as well as the Java Spotlight Podcast #60: JavaOne Latin America: Videos and Podcasts
- Java 7u2 has been released, featuring an updated VM, support for Oracle Solaris 11, support for Firefox 5 and later, and security fixes. Also, JavaFX 2.0.2 is now included with Java SE to make developing and running JavaFX applications even easier: Java SE 7u2 Release Notes, JavaFX 2.0.2 Release Notes
- Aligning with mainline JDK development, Java SE Embedded 7u2 has been released as well. This release includes new ports to Linux on PPC and performance improvements on ARM systems by 20-40%. Also, Oracle intends to port JavaFX to Linux on ARM in order to support a broad range of platforms from mid-range embedded all the way to desktops: Henrik’s blog on the Java SE Embedded 7u2 release.
- Lots of activity around JavaFX as well – interest is really taking off. Point in case: A new project, eFX, has been started on java.net aiming to create a generic application framework for JavaFX 2.0 based on the NetBeans platform: Geertjan’s blog on eFX
- Finally, OTN put together a list of their “Most Popular Tech Articles of 2011”. Java topics, from Java SE 7 and 8 features, Java EE 6, JSF, and JavaFX dominate the list. Have a look: Our Most Popular Tech Articles of 2011
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!
Just a quick reminder: The Call for Papers for JavaOne Latin America (Brazil) is still open until October 17.
Looking forward to seeing you in Brazil!
Just got back from JavaOne in China … letting you know that the Java Spotlight Podcast Episodes 7 and 8 have been published:
An Interview with Adam Messinger, Vice President of Java Development at Oracle, on JavaOne Brazil, Java SE Development, OpenJDK, and what keeps him awake at night.
An Interview with Rick Hillegas, Lead Engineer on Java DB, on the recent release of the Java DB Community release
Copying this from The Daily Dose:
If you are attending JavaOne Brazil, please join us for a welcome reception at the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Lounge.
Drop by for a beer or soda, mingle with community members, and get and give tips on how to get the most out of JavaOne and Oracle Develop Latin America! This is an open reception, please share this information with everyone who is attending JavaOne and Oracle Develop. Thank you!
The winter here in Germany is definitely turning nasty … freezing temperatures, snow and ice, gray skies. Time to escape to summer in Brazil ;-)
- Sao Paulo is the best place in Latin America to network, share information and learn from leading experts in the Java community
- Add to your learning by exploring the co-located Oracle Develop conference, with additional sessions for Java developers to explore
- Attend the JavaOne Keynote and Technical Keynote to learn about Oracle’s commitment, roadmap, and direction for Java
- Participate in practical hands-on labs, providing useful Java development techniques and best practices
- Choose from dozens of expert-led technical sessions from both Oracle and the Java Community covering 8 tracks
- Visit the Java DEMOgrounds to receive live technology demonstrations from Oracle experts
- Visit the Oracle Technology Network lounge to learn how to utilize the vast collection of Java technology resources from Oracle, as well as pick up a t-shirt, DVD, or other free gifts
I personally will be delivering 3 sessions:
- S314178: Beyond Smartphones: Rich Applications and Services for the Mobile Masses
- S313296: Bringing Web Widgets to MSA-Empowered Phones
- S314126: Where My Friends Are: Java ME Location API in Practice
To stay in touch, check the following links and media:
Hope to see you there!