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Java Platform, Enterprise Edition: Key Platform Update Brewing
Java Platform, Enterprise Edition is truly a bedrock technology, serving as the global standard for enterprise application development.
More than 9 million developers worldwide depend on Java to develop fast, efficient, portable applications. Many of these developers are currently utilizing the comprehensive Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 platform to create powerful enterprise applications.
Coming Soon: Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7
But even the best can get better. The next edition—Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7—will raise the bar higher for enterprise Java computing.
The specifications for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 have been in the works for some time, with a launch anticipated in June. The release is expected to emphasize both productivity and simplification, especially for dynamic mobile and Web development.
To learn more, register today for the upcoming virtual launch event, planned for June 12, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. PT to 1:00 p.m. PT. To accommodate a global viewing audience, the launch event will replay at 9:00 p.m. PT on June 12, 2013. (Please note this may be the morning of June 13 for some viewers, depending upon time zone.)
The launch event will include
- A business-oriented keynote featuring Oracle executives and partners from the Java community
- A technical keynote featuring key members of the development team giving detailed demonstrations
- More than 15 technical breakout sessions that will allow developers to drill down into the newly released technologies
- Speakers will include
- Hasan Rizvi, executive vice president Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java, Oracle
- Cameron Purdy, vice president of development, Oracle
- Anil Gaur, vice president, software development, Oracle
- Arun Gupta, Java evangelist and Java Platform, Enterprise Edition expert
- Linda DeMichiel, specification lead for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7
Attendees will learn about new ways to support increasing enterprise requirements; HTML 5 and dynamic, scalable applications; and the continued focus on developer productivity and technology integration.
Register for the launch event today.
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