Hold that thought! Yeah…I wish I was presenting at Java One 2014 – but I am only worthy of doing that in my dreams right now!
But nothing is stopping me from following Java One and tracking sessions/talks about my favorite topics. I am hoping Oracle would make the 2014 talks available online for mortals like us just like it did for the 2013 edition.
I have already made my list of talks (see below) which I am going to pounce upon (once they are available)…Have You ?
Lessons Learned from Real-World Deployments of Java EE 7 – Arun Gupta talks dissects live Java EE 7 applications and shares his thoughts and learnings.
50 EJB 3 Best Practices in 50 Minutes – need I say more…?
Applied Domain-Driven Design Blueprints for Java EE - Have you been following and learning from the Cargo Tracker Java EE application already? You are going to love this talk by Reza and Vijay.
JPA Gotchas and Best Practices: Lessons from Overstock.com – nothing like listening to a ‘real’ world example.
RESTful Microservices – Never heard of this one! It’s about leveraging Jersey 2.0 to achieve what you haven’t until now!
Java API for JSON Binding: Introduction and Update – Potential Java EE 8 candidate and JAXB’s better half !
Is Your Code Parallel-Ready? – Love hacking on Java 8 Stream API? Yes.. this one is for you!
Java EE Game Changers – Tomitribe’s David Blevins will talk about the journey from J2EE to Java EE 7, provide insights into Java EE 8 candidates and much more!
Programming with Streams in Java 8 – I don’t think I need to comment.
Unorthodox Enterprise Practices – Thoughts on Java EE design choices with live coding.. By one of my favorites…Adam Bien.
RESTing on Your Laurels Will Get You Pwned – When the rest of the world in going ga-ga about REST, this talk will attempt to look at the dark side and empower us with skills to mitigate REST related vulnerabilities.
Java EE 7 Batch Processing in the Real World – another live coding session using Java EE 7 standards!
Scaling a Mobile Startup Through the Cloud: A True Story – The folks at CodenameOne reveal their secrets.
The Anatomy of a Secure Web Application Using Java – developing and deploying secure Java EE web application in the cloud.. now who does not want to do that?!
Dirty Data: Why XML and JSON Don’t Cut It and What You Can Do About It – I haven’t thought beyond XML and JSON, but apparently some guys have and you must listen to them!
API Design Checklist - no comments needed.
Java EE 7 and Spring 4: A Shootout — I have been waiting for this!
The Path to CDI 2.0 – Antoine, the CDI guy at Red Hat talks about…of course…CDI ! This includes discussion about 1.1/1.2 along with what’s coming up in CDI 2.0.
Five Keys for Securing Java Web Apps – looks like I am repeating myself here.. but too much security can never be bad.. right?
Java EE 7 Recipes – Yeah! cooked up by Josh Juneau.
There is still time…Pick and gear up for your favorite tracks. More details on the official JavaOne website.
Until then…Happy Learning!
|Reference:||Gearing up for JavaOne 2014 ! from our JCG partner Abhishek Gupta at the Object Oriented.. blog.|
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