GlassFish, JavaEE and friends swimming to JavaOne China



While a good number of my Oracle Java evangelist colleagues are in Sao Paulo for JavaOne, I’m busy preparing for
JavaOne China which is starting early next week.

This event will have the traditional JavaOne Keynote, Technical Mobile, JavaSE and JavaEE keynotes and a long list of technical sessions. The registration numbers look \*very\* good. I’m still trying to nail down some details for the Java EE and GlassFish demo(s) but everything else is now ready.

The convention center for the event is located right next to the Olympic stadiums. I need to see if I can find the time to visit the bird’s nest and the aquatic center. More once the event starts unfolding. Now on to getting some sleep before the trip and crazy event schedule. Here’s a small subset of that :



In the Java EE 6 & GlassFish category :

Title Date/Time Location
JavaOne Opening Keynote Tuesday, 14:00 Plenary Hall
JavaOne Technical Keynote Tuesday, 16:00 Plenary Hall
The Java EE 6 Programming Model Explained Tuesday, 10:00 Room E2-236 AB
Beginning with the Java EE 6 Platform (LAB) Wednesday, 15:30 Exhibition Hall 4-3
Complete Tools Coverage for the Java EE 6 Platform Tuesday, 12:15 Room E2-236 AB
Java Persistence API 2.0: An Overview Thursday, 11:45 Room E2-236 AB
What’s New in Enterprise JavaBean Technology Wednesday, 12:00 Room E2-236 AB
Using Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) in the Java EE 6 Ecosystem Wednesday, 09:00 Room E2-236 AB
The Feel of Java EE 6: Interactive Onstage Hacking Wednesday, 11:00 Room E2-236 AB
Secure, Asynchronous Web Applications Using Java Servlet 3.0 and Java EE 6 Thursday, 13:30 Room E2-236 AB
Dealing with Asynchronicity in Java Technology-Based Web Services Tuesday, 09:00 Room E2-231
Advanced Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) Wednesday, 09:00 Room E2-231
HK2: Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish Server, and Beyond Tuesday, 11:15 Room E2-236 AB
Advanced Web Service Development in Oracle WebLogic Server (LAB) Wednesday, 11:00 Exhibition Hall 4-2
Apache Geronimo 3.0: More than Java EE 6 Thursday, 13:30 Room E2-231
Oracle GlassFish Server: Product Strategy and Roadmap Tuesday, 09:00 Room E2-236 AB
Scaling JPA Applications with Oracle TopLink Grid and Oracle Coherence (LAB) Thursday, 14:30 Exhibition Hall 4-2

In the JavaSE & JVM Category :

Title Date/Time Location
JDK 7 and Java SE 7 Wednesday, 16:30
Thursday, 10:00
Exhibition Hall 4-6
Room E2-236 AB
The Garbage Collection Mythbusters Wednesday, 10:00 Exhibition Hall 4-6
Project Coin: Small Language Changes for the JDK Wednesday, 15:30 Exhibition Hall 4-6
Oracle’s Java Virtual Machine Strategy Tuesday, 09:00 Exhibition Hall 4-6
Using the File System API in the JDK Wednesday, 11:00 Exhibition Hall 4-6
Oracle JRockit: Advances in Java Virtual Machine Technology Wednesday, 12:00 Room E2-232 B
JVM Analysis: Oracle JRockit Mission Control and Oracle JRockit Flight Recorder (LAB) Tuesday, 12:15 Exhibition Hall 4-2
What’s Happening with My Application?: Java Virtual Machine Monitoring Tool Tuesday, 10:00 Exhibition Hall 4-6

In the Oracle Fusion & WebLogic category :

Title Date/Time Location
General Session: Oracle Fusion Middleware Tuesday, 15:00 Function Hall B
Oracle Exalogic: Introducing an Optimized Compute Platform for Oracle Fusion Middleware Wednesday, 14:30 Room 203 AB
Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Server Roadmap Tuesday, 14:00 Room 203 AB
Oracle WebLogic Server for Developers and Architects Tuesday, 09:00 Room E2-232 A
Optimizing Oracle WebLogic Server on Sun SPARC Enterprise T-Series Servers Tuesday, 14:00 Room 205 AB
Total Oracle WebLogic Server Development with Eclipse, Maven, and Hudson Wednesday, 12:00 Exhibition Hall 4-2
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Author: alexismp

Google Developer Relations in Paris.