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Oracle Partner Presentation
Java continues the evolution of its original "write once, run anywhere" philosophy by offering developers a powerful, scalable, and open platform for application development. With its collection of a general purpose virtual machine, productive language features, and a rich set of libraries, Java is continuing to improve the productivity of developers who create applications ranging from lightweight, headless devices all the way to high-end enterprise computing. This year at Devoxx, Oracle will offer an integrated look into how the entire range of the Java portfolio is evolving to offer developers a high-performance, standards-based platform to meet the challenges of the next generation of enterprise computing.
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Wednesday November 14 from 14:00 to 15:00 in Room 6
Title: Smart, Small, Connected: Java in the Internet of Things
Abstract: The "Internet of Things" is rapidly happening around us. By 2016, intelligent connected systems are predicted to outnumber mobile phones and personal computers combined and generate the majority of Internet traffic. Intelligent systems are the next frontier for reaching into the world to build new solutions, drive efficiencies, and create business opportunities on a huge scale across a wide range of markets such as healthcare, industrial automation, logistics, security, power distribution and consumption, environmental sensing, and much more.
Java technology, with its cross-platform, productive, and secure design, is already present in almost 10 billion devices around the globe. Oracle is working hard to ensure Java is best positioned to drive this next wave of embedded, connected, and ubiquitous computing. In this talk, learn about Oracle's vision for the "Internet of Things", and how we are working with the industry to advance embedded Java platforms and products to meet the challenges ahead.
Speaker Name: Terrence Barr
Speaker's Bio: Terrence Barr is a Senior Technologist for Mobile and Embedded Technologies at Oracle. Barr has broad development and architectural experience on embedded systems and platforms including industrial control systems, multiprocessor architectures, implementation and optimization of virtual machines, byte code hardware acceleration, advanced client-side and mobile applications, scalable client-server architectures and more.
Barr is currently driving key aspects of the embedded Java strategy and product roadmap with Java ME embedded. He regularly participates in industry organizations and standards bodies, has authored or co-authored a number of papers in the U.S. and Europe, and speaks frequently at events around the world.
Room 8 What’s New in JavaFX Jasper Potts, Java Developer Experience Architect, Oracle
Room 8 Annotation Features in JDK 8 Joe Darcy, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Room 4 Do You Like Coffee with Your Dessert?Java and the Raspberry Pi. Simon Ritter, Java Technology Evangelist, Oracle
Thursday 15 November
Room 8 The Evolution of Java Persistence Shaun Smith, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Room 3 The JCP Program: More than 101 Ways toInfluence the Future of the Java Platform Patrick Curran, Senior Director, Java Community, Oracle, andChair of the JCP Heather Vancura, Group Manager, Oracle and JCP Community
Room 4 Gamestorming for Software Developers Michael Heinrichs, JavaFX Developer, Oracle
Room 8 JSR 353: Java API for JSON Processing Jitendra Kotamraju, Principal Member ofTechnical Staff, Oracle
Room 8 The Present and Future of JAX-RS and Jersey Marek Potociar, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
Room 7 Writing Your Own JavaFX UI Controls Jonathan Giles, JavaFX Software Engineer, Oracle
Friday 16 November
Room 5 JSR 356: Java API for WebSocket Jitendra Kotamraju, Principal Member ofTechnical Staff, Oracle
Room 4 50 Tips in 50 Minutes for GlassFish Fans Romain Grecourt, Software Engineer GlassFish Project, Oracle
Room 8 Building Amazing Applications with JavaFX Jasper Potts, Java Developer Experience Architect, Oracle
Room 9 JavaFX University Session Jim Weaver, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle
Wednesday, November 14, from 9:30 to 11:30 in the Keynote Room
Title: Make the Future Java
Abstract: The future course for modern day living—in both the enterprise business world and consumer arena—is being positively influenced by the ongoing innovation and value of Java. From enterprise application development to cloud computing to embedded machine-to-machines systems, Java continues to drive the applications and devices that enrich our interactivity with the world around us. In this keynote, we will demonstrate Oracle's continued commitment and positive stewardship of Java, as well as provide a glimpse of the future which showcases the vast opportunities that Java provides.
Speaker Name: Nandini Ramani, VP engineering, Java client, and mobile platforms, Oracle
Speaker’s Bio: Nandini Ramani is vice president of engineering, Java client, and mobile platforms at Oracle. Her current focus includes driving JavaFX and the client platform and tools for Java, JavaME, and Java Card.
Ramani has a long history of creating innovation and futures at Sun Microsystems. She has been actively involved in JavaFX since its inception in 2007, and launched the platform and tools.
Prior to joining the client group, Ramani worked in the Office of the Software CTO, driving the emerging technologies group for incubation projects. Having worked in the hardware architecture and simulation team in the Accelerated Graphics group as well as the graphics and media team for JavaME, her background includes both hardware and software. Ramani was involved in the development of XML standards as co-chair of the W3C Scalable Vector Graphics working group, and as a member of the W3C Compound Document Formats working group. She was also a member of several graphics- and UI-related expert groups in the Java Community Process.
You can follow her on Twitter at: @eyeseewaters
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