JavaOne, the annual Java extravaganza conference, took place from 30 September to 4 October in San Francisco. Numerous interesting presentations took place, proving once again a healthy Java ecosystem.
Java Code Geeks could not make it to the conference but our JCG partner Dustin Marx was there and was generous enough to provide a full coverage of the event writing several articles about it. Some of those articles were republished by Java Code Geeks.
So, here is the list:
- Java Strategy Keynote and IBM Keynote
- JavaOne Technical Keynote
- How Do Non-Blocking Data Structures Work?
- The Road to Lambda
- A Walk Through of Groovy’s AST Transformations
- Looking into the JVM Crystal Ball
- NetBeans – Project Easel
- NetBeans.Next – The Roadmap Ahead
- 101 Ways to Improve Java – Why Developer Participation Matters
- Early General Impressions
- From Instants to Eras, the Future of Java
- Modern Web Developmentwith Play Framework 2.0
- Build Your Own Type System for Fun and Profit
- Scala Tricks
- JavaFX on Smart Embedded Devices
- Building Mobile Apps with HTML5 and Java [Tiggzi]
- Custom Static Code Analysis [NetBeans]
- Griffon, Up Close and Personal
- JSR 353: Java API for JSON Processing
- JavaFX Graphics Tips and Tricks
- What’s New in Scala 2.10
- What’s New in Groovy 2.0
- Diagnosing Your Application on the JVM
- Community Keynote
- Up, Up, and Out: Scaling Software with Akka
- Mastering Java Deployment
- Getting Started with the NetBeans Platform
- Introduction to Ceylon
- Observations and Impressions
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