JavaOne Conference to Focus on New Java Language Changes
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
The JavaOne conference, hosted by Oracle, is billed as the “ultimate source” of technical information and learning about Java. No matter if you’re a seasoned coder or a new Java programmer, the conference organizers say they will have something for you.
The event is co-located with Oracle OpenWorld on September 18–22 in San Francisco and will offer 5 days of keynotes, workshops, exhibits and more. There will be over 450 sessions, hands-on labs, expert-led tutorials, and as well as a Java Exhibition Hall where you’ll see a number of technology demos run to show how Java is being used today and what lies ahead.
The event will focus on new Java language changes to improve coding efficiency for desktop application development as well as examining how to use Java to constructing modern enterprise and server-based applications. Also covered will be creating rich and immersive client-side solutions, building next-generation applications targeting smart devices and composing sophisticated Java web services and cloud solutions.
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