JavaOne Conference to be held in San Francisco on Sept. 20 to Oct. 4, 2012
The 2012 JavaOne Conference, a yearly event where Oracle and its partners will present the latest in tools, technologies, and best practices for Java developers will take place in San Francisco.
The highly-anticipated event by Java developers will take place this coming September 30 up to October 4, 2012. All interested developers were requested to register online until Friday, September 28, 2012.
According to a preview made by Steve Meloan, the Java developers have already reached more than 9 million worldwide, 5 billion Java cards in use, 3 billion mobile phones running java and more than 1 billion Java downloads each year, the Java development language will surely affects the technology industry.
Java is a technology that literally permeates our world. It produced 100 percent of Blu-ray disk players and 97 percent of enterprise desktops running Java, Steve Meloan added.
The keynote sessions will be an important news for the developments of Java technologies both current and future projects. The technical tracks of the JavaOne Conference will enable developers to take a closer and more comprehensive looks into the technologies and techniques of the Java language.
Here are the most important aspects to be discussed in the JavaOne Conference 2012:
***Core Java Platform
***Development Tools and Techniques
***Emerging Languages on the JVM
***Enterprise Service Architectures and the Cloud
***Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technologies
***Java ME, Java Card, Embedded, and Devices
***JavaFX and Rich User Experiences
For those seasoned Java Programmer you're supposed to have the knowledge that Java 7 is behind us and Java 8 is in the future. Although Java EE 7 is still causing concerns over whether it will be available in spring 2013, so we can expect more information at JavaOne.
The father of Java, James Gosling is expected to grace the JavaOne Conference this year although it is not confirmed yet but the preparation went underway for the Duke's Choice Award which will be given to him after he failed to make it, during last year's conference because of his disapproval of the Oracle take over.
For more information regarding the JavaOne Conference just head on to the official website of the JavaOne Conference.