JavaOne has been the primary Java conference since its inception. The 2010 conference was the first to be run by Oracle and while there were many interesting promises made, there wasn’t much to show. However now that Oracle has had more than an year in charge of Java, JavaOne 2011 is going to be the the place where the community examines & evaluates Java under Oracle, the progress made and Oracle’s commitment to Java.
While there are many things I am looking forward to at JavaOne 2011, the things I would be primarily looking at are a)Cloud b)Mobile c)JavaFX , cause not only are all three important for software development today, but it is also critical that Java gets it right in these domains.
The 5th annual IndicThreads.com Conference On Java will be held on 10-11 December at the Hotel Deccan Rendezvous in Pune, India. The 2010 conference is the 5th consecutive year of world-class & vendor-neutral Java learning & discussion at the conference. Sessions & Registration details for the conference are on the web at – http://J10.IndicThreads.com/
The iPhone revolutionized the world of mobile application development. However the iPhone’s proprietary hardware and software development environments are a roadblock to many. Google’s Android platform with its promise of open standards for hardware and a free and familiar development environment make it a strong contender for competing with the iPhone platform.
This session takes the audience through the structure of Java Platform Mobile Edition (JavaME) including the major optional APIs. The session also explores LWUIT describing the main components and functionality. Session was presented at the 4th IndicThreads.com Conference On Java.