NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2016 Conference

Join the NetBeans Community at NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2016!

The NetBeans team, NetBeans Dream Team, and NetBeans community will share highlights of how the NetBeans ecosystem has evolved, the work that developers around the world are doing with NetBeans IDE, what's new and noteworthy in NetBeans IDE 8.2, and together we'll explore what's up ahead in the coming period.

Organizations and experts will show how they are using NetBeans technology to deliver innovative solutions and applications. Don't Miss NetBeans Community Day 2016!

Date: Sunday, September 18
Location: Moscone South - 102 and 104

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

*Program Agenda

Time Agenda
09:15am
-
10:00am
UGF6429 (Moscone South—102)
What’s Going On in the NetBeans Ecosystem?

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 NetBeans community members from around the world discussing how they are developing code with NetBeans, how they have enriched NetBeans with new features, how they have been involved in NetBeans Days around the world, 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
Constantin Drabo
Mark Stephens
Zoran Sevarac
(University of Belgrade,
Serbia)
Constantin Drabo
(University of Ouagadougou,
Burkina Faso)
Mark Stephens
(IDR Solutions)


10:00am
- 10:30am
Break
10:30am
-
11:15am
UGF6434 (Moscone South—102)
James Gosling and the Newest, Latest, and Cutting-Edgiest Technologies in the NetBeans IDE

The NetBeans IDE is targeted at providing features for cutting-edge development, particularly for developers in the Java ecosystem. In this session, learn about new and interesting tools relating to Docker, Java 9, Jigsaw, Nashorn, Jackpot refactoring, annotations processors, and more.

Come and be amazed at the range of tools and features that are new as well as the many hidden and surprising things you can do with NetBeans.

James Gosling
Sean Phillips
Arun Gupta
Anton Epple
Michael Nascimento
James Gosling
(Liquid Robotics)

Sean Phillips
(Principal Software Engineer,
NASA JWST Ground System,
a.i. solutions)

Arun Gupta
(Vice President,
Developer Relations,
Couchbase)

Anton Epple
(Dukehoff GmbH)
Michael Nascimento
(CEO, Improving)


11:15am
-
11:45am
Break
11:45pm
-
12:30pm
UGF6433 (Moscone South—102)
Java 9 and Jigsaw: Simple and Easy

With the new Jigsaw module system, Java 9 will provide a powerful new feature to the Java language. The NetBeans IDE, the official development environment of the Java platform, provides a range of new features and tools to help you understand and be productive with Jigsaw.

In this session, you will be presented with a high-level introduction to Jigsaw and the modularity solutions it provides via the new NetBeans features. You will also be shown a real-world example of how FontAwesomeFX 9 uses NetBeans as its IDE and how it is modularized with Jigsaw and built with Gradle.

Sven Reimers
Jens Deters
Sven Reimers
(Airbus Defence and Space)

Jens Deters
(codecentric AG)

UGF6430 (Moscone South—104)
Free Open Source Tools for Education

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.

Zoran Sevarac
Johannes Weigend
Paul Anderson
Gail Anderson
Ken Fogel Anderson
Zoran Sevarac
(University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Johannes Weigend
(Software Architect - CTO, QAware GmbH)
Paul Anderson
(ASGTeach)

Gail Anderson
(ASGTeach)
Kenneth Fogel
(Chair, Computer Science Technology, Dawson College, Canada)

12:30pm
-
13:45pm
Lunch
13:45pm
-
16:00pm
Java Strategy and Technical Keynotes
16:00pm
-
16:30pm
Break
16:30pm
-
17:15pm
UGF6431 (Moscone South—102)
Java End-to-End Enterprise Applications with NetBeans HTML/Java APIs

NetBeans HTML/Java APIs, a.k.a. DukeScript, enable you to create enterprise applications completely in plain Java.

This session analyzes a phone marketing application with a Java EE back end and various clients for desktop and mobile, all written in Java and sharing a common data model to maximize code reuse.

Anton Epple
Cliff Click
Anton Epple
(CTO, Dukehoff GmbH)

Cliff Click
(CTO, Neurensic)


UGF6432 (Moscone South—104)
Java Mobile and Embedded Development with Gluon and NetBeans

Today it is possible to write Java applications and run them on iOS, Android, and embedded devices. This session shows how the flow between writing a Java application and deploying it on mobile and embedded devices is extremely easy with NetBeans and the Gluon plugin.

After the session, you will be able to develop end-to-end applications, from mobile apps to enterprise middleware, all in Java.

Jose Pereda
Johan Vos
José Pereda
(Software Engineer, Gluon)
Johan Vos
(CTO, Gluon)
17:15pm
-
17:45pm
Break
17:45pm
-
18:30pm
UGF6435 (Moscone South—102)
Enterprise Modeling of MVC and Java EE Artifacts

NetBeans IDE brings the speed of enterprise application development to a new level. You can create fully operational Java EE 8 applications from scratch in minutes.

This session briefly introduces MVC 1.0, specified by JSR 371, and shows how easy it is to get started on creating MVC applications with Java EE. After this session, you will be able to have your MVC 1.0 application up and running in under five minutes. Along the way, you’ll learn about forward and reverse engineering capabilities while visualizing and modifying entities, databases, and much more.

Ivar Grimstad
Gaurav Gupta
Josh Juneau
Ivar Grimstad
(Principal Consultant,
Cybercom)

Gaurav Gupta
(Independent)
Josh Juneau
(Independent)

UGF6436 (Moscone South—104)
Big Data and Image Recognition with Free and Open Source Tools

Large enterprise applications have a specific set of challenges that can be solved with the right combination of tools and techniques. This session provides overviews and demos of problems and solutions relating to big data and how to do large-scale intelligent image processing in Java with assistance from the NetBeans IDE.

Among many other things, you will learn what "big data" means, how to work with Hadoop, what image recognition libraries are available, how they integrate with big data tools, and what the general workflow is in this context.

Zoran
Johannes
Zoran Sevarac
(University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Johannes Weigend
(Software Architect - CTO, QAware GmbH)

* This program agenda is subject to change.

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