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Keynote: Combination of content between Java SE and Java EE

What Is Java SE 7 and JDK 7

In this one hour presentation we will tell you everything you need to get going with Java 7. Learn key features, changes since Java SE 6 and how your system can benefit from Java 7. We will cover both the platform features (Java SE 7) as well as features specific to the JDK 7 implementation in Oracle.

Session - Java SE 7: New and Improved APIs
There are over 2000 changes in Java 7. This talk will focus on key features in Java 7 that you may or may not have heard about. The presentation format is an ignite format of one per minute. No stopping, no going back. Questions can be asked about the current topic but once the minute is up we'll move on to the next topic.

Hands-On Lab - Java SE 7
Get practical experience with Java 7. This lab will teach you how to use the most relevant features of Java 7 and is a great way to help you transition from Java 6 to 7.

Session - Diving into JavaFX 2.0
JavaFX is the next step in the evolution of Java as a rich client platform and is designed to provide a lightweight, hardware-accelerated Java UI platform for enterprise client applications. The latest release, JavaFX 2.0, represents a significant shift from previous releases. Developers can now create JavaFX applications completely in the Java programming language with a fresh new set of API libraries. There are a number of new features being introduced in JavaFX 2.0 such as Java Swing integration, web content integration, a hardware accelerated graphics pipeline and new UI controls library.

Hands-On Lab - Getting Started with Java FX 2.0
JavaFX is the next step in the evolution of Java as a rich client platform. It is designed to provide a lightweight, hardware-accelerated Java UI platform for enterprise client applications. The latest release, JavaFX 2.0, represents a significant shift from previous releases. Developers can now create JavaFX applications completely in the Java programming language with a fresh new set of API libraries. There are a number of new features being introduced in JavaFX 2.0 such as Java Swing integration, web content integration, a hardware accelerated graphics pipeline and new UI controls library.

This lab provides a crash course to help you get up and running with JavaFX 2.0 quickly. No prior experience in JavaFX is required. Although a basic knowledge of the Java language will surely help. Join us and start creating stunning UI.
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