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I just got hold of the list of the OTN “Top 10” articles on Java over the last four months … I though I’d pass it on.
BTW: More reading (most popular articles for 2011) can be found here.
1. “Interfaces on Demand with CDI and EJB 3.1”, by Adam Bien
2. “Laying Out a User Interface with JavaFX 2.0”, by James L. Weaver
3. “Building Applications in JavaFX 2.0”, by Daniel Zwolenski
4. “Key to the Java EE 6 Platform: NetBeans IDE 7.1”, by Geertjan Wielenga
5. “Adding Some Agility to Java EE Application Deployment with GlassFish”, by Julien Ponge
6. “Spring to Java EE Migration, Part 3”, by David Heffelfinger
7. “Spring to Java EE Migration, Part 2”, by David Heffelfinger
8. “Java Champion Jonas Bonér Explains the Akka Platform”, by Janice J. Heiss
9. “An Interview with Java Champion Jorge Vargas”, by Janice J. Heiss
10. “Java Champion Dick Wall on Genetics, the Java Posse, and Alternative Languages (Part One)”, by Janice J. Heiss
Quick News: JavaOne LAD videos and podcasts, Java SE 7u2 and JavaFX 2.0.2, eFX project, popular tech articles of 2011
12/16/2011 in Mobile & Embedded | Tags: JavaFX, OpenJDK, NetBeans, Oracle Technology Network, ARM, Java SE for Embedded, Linux, Embedded Java, JavaOne Latin America, JDK 7, NetBeans RCP, Java SE 7, NetBeans IDE, OTN, Java Spotlight Podcast, embedded Linux | Leave a comment
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
Join us next Tuesday (May 24) for a day of Java at the Hilton Athenee in Bucharest, Romania.
Sessions will cover the Java platform, mobile Java development, embedded Java, Java EE and Glassfish, as well as JavaFX. See the the main event page for the agenda and registration information.
As with other OTN events, attendance is FREE, but you need to register.
Hope to see you there!
JavaOne is coming to Hyderabad, India on May 10-11. It is shaping up to be a great event, with keynotes, dozens of sessions, Hands-On-Labs, the Exhibition, the OTN Night party, and of course, plenty of opportunities to learn, share, and network with your peers and experts from around the world.
JavaOne in Hyderabad is built around four tracks:
- Core Java Platform
- Java EE, Enterprise Computing, and the Cloud
- Java SE, Client Side Technologies, and Rich User Experiences
- Java ME, Mobile, and Embedded
The two conference days will be packed with information designed around these tracks. For complete data, see:
Because of India’s central role as one of the fastest-growing developing markets, JavaOne is putting particular focus on technologies suited for the Indian market, such as mobile Java. There will be a number of sessions and events at JavaOne driving home Oracle’s commitment to the Indian market, the Java platform, the Java ecosystem, and Java developers.
I will be talking about this as part of the JavaOne Technical Keynote on Tuesday at 2:15 pm. I will also be doing a couple of technical sessions and the mobile Java HOL.
More information and details on the show to follow as soon as they become available.
NetBeans 7.0 FCS will be available soon. It offers a host of new and improved features, such as support for JDK 7 (Project Coin), editor enhancements, streamlined and faster deployment to WebLogic, Glassfish 3.1 support, Maven 3 support, improved Java EE support, HTML 5 editing, improved PHP and C/C++ support, and much more. Check out the full list of features here or download the NetBeans 7.0 RC2 today if you don’t want to wait for FCS.
If video is your thing, you will not want to miss the OTN TechCast Live show today, April 12 where NetBeans engineering manager John Jullion-Ceccareli will talk about the upcoming release and its features.
The new all-digital “Java Magazine” will start publication this summer.
Java Magazine will contain articles directly from Java engineers at Oracle as well as the Java community at large. Topic areas will include: Java Community News and Events, “Java in Action” (Java application stories), Java Architecture, New to Java, Enterprise Java Programming, Polyglot Programming, Rich Client/|Web Development, Mobile and Embedded Development.
The first issue of Java Magazine will appear in late July and be published bi-monthly in Web and mobile formats. Subscription is FREE – sign up today to stay informed on all things Java!
Join us this Thursday (April 14) for a full day of Java sessions at the Sheraton Istanbul Maslak hotel. Sessions will cover the Java platform, mobile Java development, embedded Java, Java EE and Glassfish, as well as JavaFX. See the full agenda here.
As with other OTN events, registration is FREE, but you need to register. See the event page for more information. Hope to see you there!
PS: Be sure to check the OTN Event Page regularly for interesting events coming to your area. Here is a current list of all Java events (to see them, select the “Java” filter under the Middleware tab).
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,
Tune in to watch a special OTN TechCast Live tomorrow, Tue Feb 15 @ 10 am PST and hear Ajay talk about the changes that have come to Java and Oracle since the Sun acquisition 12 months ago.
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!