Welcome to this years Java track. Here you will find something for every Java-flavor. Cutting edge technology that will show you the future of Java as well as introductions and deep dives into established technologies. Should you try out a new trend, or stick with the old and safe? Decide for yourself, but make sure you have the knowledge to take the right decision.
Java efficiency Java is changing. We are moving away from Java as a sacred monolith and getting familiar with efficient, fast moving development. Find out what to use, and how to use it. Lean to increase your productivity and have more fun at work.
At Øredev 2009 there will be plenty of Java-centric seminars,workshops and lightning talks. There is something for every flavor. Join us at the Java track. Be inspired, become smarter and become more efficient.
JBoss Application Server 5 supports the Java EE 5 standard. In addition to supporting Java EE 5, which offers significant improvement in application development specifications, JBoss AS offers developers many features and enhancements that were not available in previous versions. This session will give a general overview of JBoss AS 5 and will go over some of the new features that give developers more power and makes them more efficient.
Javid is a programmer and author of the book JBoss in Action. When he’s not cranking out code, he teaches and writes about the Agile value system and methodologies. Javid is currently working in Houston, TX - USA.
Maven 3.0 will be the version Maven for the people. The Maven team has gone to the ends of the earth to ensure backward compatibility, improve usability, increase performance, allow safe embedding, and pave the way for implement many highly demanded features.
Some of the process changes include setting up a multi-platform Hudson grid, building out a framework of over 440 integration tests, creating integration tests for all core Maven plugins.
Jason is the founder and CTO of Sonatype, the Maven company, and founder of the Apache Maven project, the Plexus IoC framework, and the Apache Velocity project. Jason currently serves on the Apache Maven Project Management Committee. He has been involved with the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) for seven years, helped to found Codehaus, a well-respected incubation facility for open source community projects, and is a frequent speaker at many major software conferences.
Handling the dynamics of rapid changes combined with the capability to deliver functionality to end users or connected devices is a big challenge. We explain how to develop software out of reusable components and deploy it onto connected devices using OSGi, a standard Java framework for component based, updatable, service oriented software. Deployment strategies targeting different devices, from phones to cloud nodes, are discussed and demonstrated based on open source solutions.
Angelo is a software engineer and consultant, specializing in Java, OSGi and agile development methods. Angelo has been involved in OSGi based product development. For Luminis' customers, he supports teams developing OSGi based software by coaching, training and co-development. Angelo is an Apache committer on the ACE project. He is currently also involved in a project to create an open source, generic testing framework and set of tests to quickly compare OSGi framework implementations.
This session will teach attendees how to tune their JavaFX applications to have the best user experience for end users. It will cover streamlining downloads, improving responsiveness, how to make apps feel more familiar, and making apps look prettier. It will also cover ways to get people interested in your app using social media. This session will also cover a currently unreleased JavaFX related product. I will update the description after we announce it in June and update the name.
Joshua Marinacci first tried Java in 1995 at the request of his favorite TA and never looked back. He has spent the last ten years writing Java user interfaces for wireless, web, and desktop platforms. After tiring of web programming with several large companies in the Atlanta area he joined Sun to work on Java user interfaces full-time, first on the Swing team, then NetBeans, and now on the JavaFX tools team. Joshua recently co-authored O'Reilly's Swing Hacks with Chris Adamson.
The JavaFX platform is the new platform of choice for developing rich Internet applications for the enterprise. This session picks up where the Pro JavaFX Platform book series ends, with step-by-step demos and instructions for building a rich enterprise application for desktop and mobile platforms.
James L. (Jim) Weaver is the Senior VP of Technology at Veriana Networks, Inc. He writes books, speaks for groups and conferences, and provides training and consulting services on the subjects of Java and JavaFX. Jim posts regularly to his blog, whose purpose is to help the reader learn JavaFX Script and other JavaFX technologies.
Announcing the JavaFXpert RIA Exemplar Challenge: http://learnjavafx.typepad.com/weblog/2009/10/announcing-the-javafxpert-ria-exemplar-challenge.html