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JavaOne Russia consists of 3 tracks and Hands on lab session: Java EE, Enterprise Computing, and the Cloud, Java SE, Client Side Technologies, and Rich User Experiences, Java ME, Mobile, and Embedded.

Java EE, Enterprise Computing, and the Cloud

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) offers mature features and recent cutting-edge additions for enterprise Java development, including the continuously evolving service-oriented development segment. This track combines solid, up-to-date coverage of perennial enterprise topics such as Web application development along with emerging directions such as dependency injection, continuous integration, and techniques and practices related to service-oriented/cloud topics.

Java SE, Client Side Technologies, and Rich User Experiences

Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) runs on nearly a billion desktops, constituting one of the most highly leveraged technologies within the Java family. And innovations in Java SE have an impact not just on the desktop but also on many other uses of Java technology, including the ever-expanding richness of user interfaces imagined by application designers and demanded by application users. This track captures the latest and greatest developments in Java for the desktop; tips, tools, and techniques for client application architecture and desktop application integration; and practices for building rich, immersive, and powerful user experiences across multiple hardware platforms and form factors.

Java ME, Mobile, and Embedded

Mobile phones, embedded devices, and smart cards are some of the most pervasive manifestations of Java technology in everyday life. Advances in Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) continue to drive and support expanding application capabilities on even the simplest of wireless devices. And Java technology continues to provide an ideal platform for applications in embedded environments. This track is devoted to Java technology as the ultimate platform for mobile computing, as well as covering embedded and device usages of Java technologies.

Oracle Develop consists of 4 tracks and Hands on lab session: Database Development, Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications, Service-Oriented Architecture.

Database Development

Join Oracle experts and get up to date on the latest technologies for developing applications for Oracle Database 11g and other Oracle database products such as MySQL. The Database Development track covers a wide range of database application development topics including Oracle Application Express, Oracle SQL Developer, XML, and spatial. This track brings together experts for sessions on using PL/SQL, Java, PHP, .NET and other development frameworks for database application development.

Application Grid and Oracle WebLogic

Catch up on the latest trends in the world of Java and the infrastructure that will make your application perform. From the Java Virtual Machine, through the development environment, and to an application grid deployment platform, this track offers tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your enterprise foundation. Topics covered include extreme scalability with Oracle Coherence and Oracle Tuxedo; Java Persistence API (JPA); next-generation JavaServer Faces (JSF); Java-based Web services; JVM tuning; Oracle Application Server; development with Oracle JDeveloper, NetBeans and Eclipse; deployment architectures, and much more.

Oracle Fusion Development and Rich Enterprise Applications

In this track, you'll learn about the technologies used to develop Oracle Fusion Applications and next-generation user interfaces. Covering Oracle JDeveloper, Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF), application lifecycle management, service-oriented architecture (SOA) integration, Ajax, Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client components, Oracle WebCenter, and the Oracle ADF Mobile Browser and Oracle ADF Mobile Client features, the sessions in this track show you how Oracle simplifies Java-based application and Web 2.0 development with frameworks and a declarative development approach. Get a head start on the development environment that will be used to extend and customize the next generation of Oracle Fusion Applications. Developers who use Oracle Forms, Oracle's PeopleSoft PeopleTools, and other 4GL tools can experience the easiest path for migrating their skills to the latest technologies with the Oracle Fusion stack.

Service-Oriented Architecture

This track covers all things service-oriented architecture (SOA), from basics to best practices. You'll hear how global companies have implemented SOA in the real world and how you can use SOA to create a truly flexible, adaptable IT infrastructure. You'll also get insight into how to grow SOA from small point projects into successful enterprise-scale implementations with an effective SOA governance strategy. Sessions in this track also focus on emerging trends such as business process management (BPM) and event-driven architecture (EDA). You'll ge! t a technical deep dive into BPM, Oracle Enterprise Service Bus, Web service orchestration with BPEL, service management, Oracle Business Activity Monitoring, the Oracle Business Rules engine, Oracle Service Registry and Oracle Enterprise Repository, and complex event processing.


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