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New Java SE 8 Update 40 Release!

Learn how improved performance, scalability and administration in Java SE 8 Update 40 will allow Java developers to innovate faster and improve application services. More details are in the release notes.

—Yolande Poirier, The Oracle Technology Network Team



JavaOne Brazil 2015

Join the Java Community at the premier Java conference in Latin America, June 23 -25, 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil. Register today!

End of Public Updates for Oracle JDK 7

After April 2015, Oracle will not post further updates of Java SE 7 to its public download sites. Learn more about the Oracle JDK support roadmap.

Java CPU and PSU Releases Explained

Learn the difference between Critical Patch Updates (CPU) and Patch Set Updates (PSU) for Java SE 7 and which one you should use.

Java EE 7 Maintenance Release

Understand the current Java EE releases and updates and whether they impact the Reference Implementation (RI).

Upgrade your Java SE 7 Certification to Java SE 8

Take the Upgrade to Java SE 8 Programmer (1Z1-810) beta exam at the significantly discounted rate of $50US, while it is in beta testing. Passing this exam allows Java SE 7 Programmer Certified Professionals to upgrade to Java SE 8.

MongoDB as a Glassfish Security Realm

Learn how MongoDB NoSQL database can work with GlassFish/Java EE security.

Congratulations to the New Java Champions

The new Java Champions are: Enrique Zamudio, Otávio Santana, Freddy Guime, Jacek Laskowski and Sven Reimers.

Sonatype Nexus 2.11.2 and Maven

The Sonatype team have announced the release of the Nexus 2.11.2 repository manager that now works with the Oracle Maven Repository.

Survey: Internet of Things

This new survey is about your involvement with Internet of Things. It will only take you couple of minutes to answer. The responses will be share in the April Newsletter.



OTN's Virtual Technology Summit now available On Demand (VTS) OTN's Virtual Technology Summit Global Series will show you how to get the most out of Java wherever it is: from the largest servers to the tiniest devices. Find out how to improve the compatibility and security of large applications, how to work with Maven, HTML5, and JavaScript and how to get started with IoT and wearables, and more. OTN's VTS includes technical sessions that will show you how to take advantage of Java's depth and breadth.

Oracle Cloud Day Montreal, March 10 and Toronto March 12, 2015 In one fast-paced day, you'll learn how Oracle Cloud platform (PaaS) can provide your organization with a single, standards-based, cloud platform for your entire business.

JavaLand Germany, March 24 - 25, 2015 Join the Java community for this two day conference focusing on all things Java.

Java Day Tokyo, Japan April 8, 2015 A full day on Java 8 and the roadmap for future releases. Presenters are from Oracle and the local community of Java experts.

Devoxx France Paris, France April 8 - 10, 2015 Run by the Paris Java user group, the conference is designed by developers for developers. This year's theme is infinite possibilities with the release of Java 8 and tools and technics.



Planning safe removal of under-used "endorsed extension" directories Understand how Java SE technologies are evolving.

JavaOne Replay: Java EE Game Changers A JavaOne session by David Blevins, a long-time enthusiast and speakers of Java EE.

HTTP/2 is done Learn about the new capabilities of HPPT/2 and its relation to Servlet 4.

Tyrus and Autobahn | Testsuite compliance

Developing On-Device Java Mobile Apps for iOS...and Android Too A JavaOne session introducing how Java developers can take their skills to develop on mobile platforms.

JSF and Java EE MVC on JSF Central Podcast Manfred Riem discusses Mojarra, JSF 2.2, JSF 2.3 as well as MVC 1.0.

Welcome Raspberry Pi 2! In his blog, Jim Connors compares Java performance between the first and second generation models via the SPECjvm2008 benchmark.

Java EE MVC to be Based on JAX-RS Find out why the expert group descided to base MVC on JAX- RS.

Batch API Hands-on Lab A JavaOne lab introducing new comers to Batch API and describing the advanced JSR 352 features.

WebLogic and Arquillian: A Bare-Bones Example Learn about Arquillian, a testing tool for Java EE applications inside the container.

CDI and DeltaSpike Overview CDI spec lead Antoine Sabot Durand presents three webcasts on CDI.

Enterprise Nashorn Learn how to use the extensive capabilities of the Nashorn JavaScript engine.

Java's JDK Repository Now Builds Warning-Free

WebLogic Server and the Oracle Maven Repository Now available is a public Maven repository for development, testing and deployment of Java apps.

Why I Am Excited About JDK 8 Update 40 Geertjan Wielenga explains the performance enhancements in this new release.

How to create an editor with syntax highlighting for Java Tom Schindl describes his solution using the e(fx)clipse runtime.

Concurrency in UI Toolkits Henrik Ebbers wrote a series of blogs on Concurrency and UI.

Updated Developer Zip Distribution for WebLogic Server 12.1.3



JavaOne Replay: Java EE Game Changers David Blevins discusses Java EE present and future as a leading technology.

Video: DevOps Four short tech tips on DevOps.

JavaOne Replay: Build, Test, and Deploy JavaFX Applications with Ease Build a JavaFX application with tools like Griffon and Gradle.

JavaOne Replay: Ask the JDK Architect A Q&A session with the key Java Architects.

JavaOne Replay: Java EE 8 Community Update and Panel A discussion about the results of the Java EE 8 survey.

JavaOne Replay: Adapt DIO APIs to Your Board or Hardware Learn about Java's Device I/O APIs to support custom devices and configurations.

JavaOne Replay: Designing a Beautiful REST + JSON API Tips and examples on how to design, implement and support JSON-based REST APIs.

JavaOne Replay: Apache TomEE, Java EE Web Profile, and More on Tomcat

JavaOne Replay: Java on iOS? Yes, You Can! An open source project called RoboVM bringing Java and other JVM languages to iOS devices.

JavaOne Replay: What's Next for the WebSocket API? About WebSocket API working on top of JDK8, suggestions for improvements, updates from the RFC world, and updates from the Expert Group.

2 Minute Tech Tip: Inter-Thread Communication Between Multiple Event Loops Bosch Software architect and JavaOne 2014 session speaker Niko Kobler gets it done just under the wire with a tech tip that covers Avatar.js, Node.js, and JVM.

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