Join us for the third annual CommunityOne conference in San Francisco. Experience three jam-packed days of education, innovation, and exchange. Whether you're focused on creating robust Web apps, building a scalable infrastructure, or thinking about cloud computing, you'll find sessions on proven free and open-source software (FOSS) technologies and tools. This is stuff you can really get excited about - register now!
There are several sessions using the NetBeans IDE, including
Harold Carr introduces you to interoperable web services and OpenSSO in action with Amazon WS, Windows Azure Cloud, Microsoft Office, and identity providers. He uses the NetBeans IDE and the GlassFish application server.
Learn how to reuse existing NetBeans IDE components, developed for the desktop, in a Web application based on Wicket.
For the complete list and more details check the CommunityOne Session Catalog
Choose from a variety of tracks, labs, and BOFs that will enhance your skill set, help you problem-solve quicker and more efficiently, show you new tools and products, share code, and give you hands-on opportunities. If you have only one event you can attend this year, make it JavaOne 2009 in San Francisco! Don't miss out and register now!
There are about 25 sessions using the NetBeans IDE, including
Here you learn how to use various tools such as the NetBeans IDE, Eclipse, Firebug, and YSlow for optimizing and performance tuning of your Ajax-enhanced web applications.
The Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) is an annotation-driven API that makes it easy to build Java technology-based RESTful Web services. This BOF is an opportunity for developers to meet the Jersey team, ask questions, request demonstrations, and discuss the direction of the Jersey project.
This Hands-on Lab takes you through the process of developing a Java mobile game with the assistance of the NetBeans Game Builder. Participants will learn how to design a compelling SVG UI, create an MIDP application, and connect it to a Web service.
For the complete up-to-date list and more details check the JavaOne Session Catalog.
For JavaOne, we have brought together some of the best and the brightest at Sun and from the community to create one forum that gives you time to talk to fellow developers and learn from experts.
For the first time at the JavaOne conference, the NetBeans Dream Team is participating in the java.net Community Corner. The Dream Teamers speak regularly to Java user groups and engage with Sun's software development teams via the NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing Program (NetCAT).
The Java VisualVM tool provides a great set of tools for analyzing, diagnosing, and troubleshooting your Java technology-based applications. In this Hands On Lab, Anton Epple and Geertjan Wielenga show you how to completely deconstruct and rebuild the Java VisualVM tool to make it perform whatever kind of analysis you would like.
In this technical session, Adam Bien describes the architecture of the GreenFire.dev.java.net project, an intelligent, environmentally friendly heating control system. This talk covers among other things Java EE 6 (JSR 223 Scripting Integration, EJB 3), JavaFX, reporting, and integrates Sun SPOT and sensor networks, FreeTTS speech, and mobile devices.
This session gives community leaders a chance to have a direct one-on-one discussion with Sun Software executives about Sun's current and future involvement with various communities in the Java technology ecosystem. The 20-minute panel discussion is followed by a 30-minute open-mic Q&A session, which includes Sun Software executives.