Learn what developers are saying about Java EE 8 and Java 9, including the highlights and lowlights of the latest release. In this guide, find articles, interviews, and videos from JavaOne 2015, a look at how trends are shaking down and what has taken place over the past year in the Java world.
Updates from JavaOne 2015
Get a preview of what the speakers are planning to present and discuss at JavaOne 2015. Get daily updates of what is happening during the conference. Find out what hot topics are being discussed within the Java community.
In this interview, Daniel Bryant discusses how many software projects are at risk due to development fallacies. Continue Reading
Learn more about Greenfoot programming from Java pro Barry Burd. Continue Reading
At JavaOne 2015, Java enthusiast Rob Terpilowski discusses why he's still a fan of Oracle JavaFX tools. Continue Reading
Gilt, an online luxury marketplace, moved from a monolithic Ruby architecture to a more high-performance Java microservices architecture. Here are best practices. Continue Reading
Mobile is here, and it is challenging developers to learn a whole new approach to architecture creation and integration that goes beyond SOA, SOAP and web services. In this session, Joe Huang and Lyudmil Pelov of Oracle provide tips, techniques and practices developers can employ in order to create reusable, custom APIs that can help integrate mobile apps. Continue Reading
At JavaOne 2015, Shaun Smith took the stage to discuss the direction that Oracle is taking in terms of developing, deploying and hosting Java applications in the cloud. Continue Reading
At JavaOne 2015, Georges Saab, Oracle VP of software development, had some advice to those experiencing development pains with earlier versions of the JDK release. Continue Reading
At JavaOne 2015, Martijn Verburg presented a Zen-focused lesson on mastering the Java developer role. Continue Reading
Twenty years is a pretty significant milestone, especially if you're a programming language. At JavaOne 2015, everyone is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Java programming language, and looking ahead at the challenges another 20 years will bring. Continue Reading
Videos from JavaOne 2015
Find out what developers and technologists are talking about at JavaOne in this video section. Java and software development experts discuss tech trends, cloud computing strategies, the state of the developer shortage and more.
In this video, Dominique DeGuzman discusses how industries may be responsible for the shortage in hiring software developers.
Survive the tech talent shortage by adopting self-managing systems and recruiting tools instead of only degree holders, Capgemini expert advises.
Steve Millidge, C2B2 consulting founder, sees microservices projects getting real in 2016 and gives advice on beating challenges and using Java EE development.
In this video, learn about Bernard Mesa's transition to -- and role as -- a middleware engineer.
What is digital transformation? How is a digital master beating out competitors? Capgemini Senior VP Subir Dutt surveys the digital battleground in this video.
Take hybrid cloud to the next level with a hybrid enterprise transformation. One without the other is a half-baked approach, according to Capgemini analyst Subir Dutt.
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Java trends in 2015
What has been happening in the world of Java in the past year? Find out about emerging trends, how Java 8 is doing and where Java 9 stands. This trend section covers all that happening since JavaOne 2014.
Java performance has greatly improved over the years, but getting true, linear scalability has always been a problem, largely due to the way data collections are handled in memory. However, new approaches to memory management are being developed, and ObjectLayout's StructuredArrays just might make it into Java 9 or 10. Continue Reading
The Spring framework created a situation where the Java EE platform had plenty of catching up to do, but if Java EE 8 can plug the security holes and evolve beyond Spring, Java EE may once again become the first choice for enterprise application development. Continue Reading
Want to add voice recognition to your Java apps? You can do it with Amazon echo. Continue Reading
Takeaways from JavaOne 2014
Has Java 8 reached expectations? Have Java apps improved in the last year? Take a look back at the news and hot topics that were covered at JavaOne 2014 in this review section.