NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2015 Conference

NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2013

Join the NetBeans team at NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2015!

We'll share highlights of how the NetBeans ecosystem has evolved, what's new and noteworthy today in NetBeans IDE 8.1, and explore what's up ahead for NetBeans IDE.

Various organizations and Java experts will also show how they are using NetBeans technology to deliver innovative solutions and applications. Don't Miss NetBeans Community Day 2015!

Date: Sunday, October 25
Location: Moscone South - 309 and 104

*NetBeans Community Day is open and free to registered JavaOne conference attendees only.

*Program Agenda

Time Agenda
10:00am
-
10:45am
UGF10299 (Moscone South—104)
Meet James Gosling and NetBeans Community Members

The NetBeans community is large. Companies and individual developers around the world support their technologies by creating new tools in the NetBeans IDE.

In this session, meet James Gosling and other NetBeans community members from around the world, who will discuss how they are developing code with NetBeans, how they have enriched NetBeans with new features, how they are working to bring Java and other languages to new developers via NetBeans, and how you can be involved in their projects.

Zoran Sevarac
James Gosling
Anton Epple
Constantin Drabo
Mark Stephens
Zoran Sevarac
(University of Belgrade,
Serbia)
James Gosling
(Liquid Robotics)
Anton Epple
(Dukehoff GmbH)
Constantin Drabo
(University of Ouagadougou,
Burkina Faso)
Mark Stephens
(IDR Solutions)


10:45am
- 11:00am
Break
11:00am
-
11:45am
UGF10300 (Moscone South—104)
Being Productive with Maven, Java EE, and the Cloud

Working closely with Java EE and application server engineers, the NetBeans team has created the best-in-breed environment for developing Java EE applications with Maven.

This panel discussion includes demos of Java EE applications with Maven in the real world, in the context of how NetBeans has assisted in their development, while covering the future of these applications in relation to cloud and HTML5 technology.

Markus Eisele
Adam Bien
Harshad Oak
Mark Stephens
Markus Eisele
(Red Hat)
Adam Bien
(Independent)

Harshad Oak
(IndicThreads)

Martijn Verburg
(jClarity)

11:45am
-
12:00am
Break
12:00am
-
12:45am
UGF10301 (Moscone South—104)
James Gosling, Robots, the Raspberry Pi, and Small Devices

James Gosling recently stated that “being able to debug and profile robots out at sea is a truly life-altering experience.” He uses a set of tools—consisting of editors, debuggers, and profilers—that are part of the NetBeans IDE.

In this session, Gosling and other speakers introduce you to these tools and you will see how easily and quickly you can program and interact with devices via Java tools. Come find out how well integrated embedded devices are with the Java ecosystem.


James Gosling
Johannes Weigend
Johan Vos
Mark Stephens Mark Stephens
James Gosling
(Liquid Robotics)
Johannes Weigend
(QAware GmbH)
Johan Vos
(Gluon)
Jens Deters
(codecentric AG)
José Pereda
(Gluon)

12:45pm
-
13:45pm
Lunch
13:45pm
-
16:00pm
Java Strategy and Technical Keynotes
16:00pm
-
16:30pm
Break
16:30pm
-
17:15pm
UGF10302 (Moscone South—308)
Java on Your Phone!

Java is everywhere...but also on your phone? Is Android the only answer for Java on your phone? What about JavaFX? And what about other solutions?

This session introduces you to a range of Java-related projects targeting mobile devices. Learn how you can leverage your Java skills in mobile development today.

Anton Epple
Jose Pereda
Johan Vos
Zoran Sevarac Jens Deters
Anton Epple
(Dukehoff GmbH)

José Pereda
(Gluon)
Johan Vos
(Gluon)
Zoran Sevarac
(University of
Belgrade,
Serbia)

Jens Deters
(codecentric AG)

UGF10303 (Moscone South—104)
Getting Started with Awesome JavaFX Development

JavaFX: is it more than a spinning circle?

In this session, awesome demos using 3-D visualizations and insights into how NASA does its satellite analysis work with JavaFX do everything from getting you started with the basics to helping you make awesome GUIs you never thought possible with Java.

Sean Phillips
Johannes Weigend
Johan Vos
Sean Phillips
(ai Solutions,
working for NASA)
Paul Anderson
(ASGTeach)

Gail Anderson
(ASGTeach)
17:15pm
-
17:30pm
Break
17:30pm
-
18:15pm
UGF10304 (Moscone South—309)
Lightning Talks: Even More Productivity with Free Open Source Tools

The NetBeans IDE has a great set of free out-of-the-box tools for quickly and efficiently developing all kinds of applications.

In this series of lightning talks, you’ll see a range of demos, from working with Gradle to efficiently tuning your application for performance. Come find out about everything NetBeans can do for you.

Toni
Jose
Johan Vos
Zoran
Kirk Pepperdine
(Kodewerk)

David Heffelfinger
(Independent)
Martin Klähn
(Airbus)
Sven Reimers
(Airbus)


UGF10305 (Moscone South—104)
Effective Java Teaching

How do you teach Java; what tools do you use? Which editor, debugger, and profiler? Are they all separate tools, or are they integrated? Are they free? Do they work out of the box, or do you need to spend a lot of time getting set up?

In this session, learn how teachers around the world are using NetBeans and about the technologies that are interesting to use and talk about in the classroom. This is a session for and by teachers—and the technology providers who can be useful to them—so join the discussion and share your experiences.

Sean Phillips
Johannes
Zoran
Gail
Paul
Kenneth Fogel
(Chair, Computer Science Technology, Dawson College, Canada)

Johannes Weigend
(Software Architect - CTO, QAware GmbH)
Zoran Sevarac
(University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Gail Anderson
(ASGTeach)
Paul Anderson
(ASGTeach)
18:15pm
-
18:30pm
Break
18:30pm
-
19:15pm
UGF10306 (Moscone South—104)
WildFly, Hadoop, JavaFX, and HTML5 in the Enterprise

Large enterprise applications have a specific set of challenges that can be solved with the right combination of tools and techniques.

In this session, comprising short lightning talks, you will get a quick overview of four technology areas and how various techniques in combination with the NetBeans IDE can help overcome typical problems you may encounter with WildFly, Hadoop, JavaFX, and/or HTML5.

Ryan
Mark Stephens
Zoran
Gail
Ryan Cuprak
(Dassault)

Mark Stephens
(IDR Solutions)
Arun Gupta
(Couchbase)
Fernando Babadopulos
(TailTarget)

* This program agenda may be subject to change.

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