Oracle today announced details about the JavaOne and Oracle Develop 2011 conferences to be held on May 10-11, 2011, at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre in Hyderabad. The conferences are aimed at further strengthening capabilities of developers and offering them a platform to learn more about the most recent developments in the areas of Java and Oracle development tools.
The conferences this year will be extensive with over 100 sessions spread across 9 tracks. Sandeep Mathur, Managing Director for Oracle India, said “Oracle is committed to Java and is strongly focused on supporting the development of the Java Community, which is vital to the evolution of the Java platform. To further this commitment, we are proud to bring JavaOne to India for the first time, along with Oracle Develop. We believe the two conferences will give a unique opportunity for Java developers, and those using Oracle technology, a glimpse into the world of Java, Oracle software and hardware, and their future.”
JavaOne and Oracle Develop will cover topics essential to the technology community and will provide hands-on learning focused on Java and next-generation development tools from Oracle, including rich enterprise applications (REAs), mobility, and service-oriented architecture (SOA).
The conferences will feature an impressive lineup of keynote speakers, including Nandini Ramani, Vice President of Java Client Development at Oracle in the Fusion Middleware Group; Param Singh, Senior Director for Java Product Management at Oracle, Amit Zavery, Vice President of Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java, products and Hal Stern – Vice President and the CTO of the Junos Space Business Unit, Juniper Networks.
Java Champions and Oracle ACE Directors like Kevin Nilson, Stephen Chin, Harshad Oak, Ranganath Sakrayapatna, Chris Muir, Parameswar Das & Murali Vallath will share their experiences at the OTN Community room sessions.
Other than having the opportunity to get tips and tricks from luminaries in the world of Java and Oracle development, attendees can expect to network and share ideas with peers from around the globe, and dive into hands-on sessions with the latest Java and Java-related technologies at the demo booths.