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Java Developer NewsLetter June 2014

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JUNE
2014

This release includes important security fixes, Olson time zone data version 2013i and fixes in the following areas: deploy/plugin, other-libs/corba, xml/jaxp, Install and more. Download it here.
—Yolande Poirier, The Oracle Technology Network Team

NEWS

Includes a new version of Java Mission Control, JavaFX, security-libs/java.security fixes and more. Download today

JavaFX Scene Builder is a visual layout tool that lets users quickly design JavaFX application user interfaces, without coding. Check it out today!

Register early to save $400 off the onsite price. With the release of Java 8 this year, we have exciting new sessions and an interactive demo space!

Learn the new Java SE 8 features and enhancements and get an overview of Mission Control and Java Flight Recorder with the Java SE 8 New Features course from Oracle University.

This update will include Java 8 certification, refreshed component libraries like Jersey, Tyrus, Mojarra, JavaDB, NetBeans 8.0.1, and Java EE 7 SDK 4.0.1.

Device I/O project is an open source, Java-level API for accessing generic device peripherals (using GPIO, I2C, UART, Serial Peripheral Interface) on embedded devices based on JavaSE.

In a blog, Oracle VP of Product Management in the Java Platform Group Henrik Stahl explains the new collaboration between Oracle and Imagination Technologies.

CRC Press is a leading publisher of IT, engineering, and scientific books. Use discount code KVM37 for a 30% discount off book purchases at www.crcpress.com.

The technology preview of an OpenStack distribution allows Oracle Linux and Oracle VM users to work with the open source cloud software.

Oracle's VP for Product development Peter Utzschneider explains the impact of Java 8 release, providing an improved development platform for M2M and the Internet of Things.

Java Embedded survey results showed that 67% of respondents are back-end Web developers, 55% front end developers, 60% participants are interested but don't know how to start and 30% already created simple projects. Thanks to the 40 participants.

EVENTS

JavaOne San Francisco, September 28-October 2. Register early to save $400 with the early bird discount. JavaOne is your chance to meet top experts in the Java community!
Virtual Technology Summits Online, July 9 (Americas) and July 10 (EMEA). This three-session track will show you, the Java developer, how you can take advantage of the trends of Big Data, HTML5 and JavaScript, and the Internet of Things. Java Champions and Oracle experts will be on hand to answer your questions live. Join us for deep technical information and lots of code!
Oracle Cloud World Beijing, China July 24. Attend Oracle CloudWorld in a city near you to explore new business strategies and practices.
Oracle Java Developer Days Online, replay. Join us for Oracle's free Virtual Developer Day to learn about new features in Java SE 8, and the latest on Java EE and Java Embedded. Sessions are taught by Java experts from Oracle and the Java Community. We'll even have a virtual lounge where you can network.

TECHNICAL ARTICLES AND PRESENTATIONS

Seven Open Source Tools for Java Deployment Bruno Souza and Edson Yanaga present a set of tools that you can use now to drastically improve the deployment process on projects big or small.
Units of Measurement API This new JSR specifies Java packages for modeling and working with measurement values, quantities and their corresponding units.
Developer Tools and Trends  Oracle's Chris Tonas discusses plans for NetBeans IDE 9, Oracle's support for Eclipse, and key trends in the software development space.
Quick and Easy Conversion to Java SE 8 with NetBeans IDE 8  Discover new tools in NetBeans 8 for leveraging the functional features of Java SE 8.
Build with NetBeans IDE, Deploy to Oracle Java Cloud Service  Harshad Oak shows you how to save time and effort deploying applications.
A Sprint in the Life of a Scrum Master Take a tour of a development team's Scrum sprint.
HTML5 and JSF Mix and match the two technologies to create sophisticated applications.
Transforming Data into Information A portfolio of application from South African software house Pinkmatter Solutions helps turn seamlessly unrelated data into useful information.
New to Java: Interactive Objects with BlueJ  Interactivity and visualization help beginners learn and form mental models.
Exploring Java 8 Profiles Find out what Profiles can do for your application.
Processing Data with Java SE 8 Streams Combine advanced operations of the Stream API to express rich data processing queries.
5 Features You Will Love About NetBeans IDE Support for multiple projects, HTML5 integration with Java EE, Apache Cordova, and more! An overview of features in NetBeans IDE that developers around the world use and love.
Adding SSE support in Java EE 8 SSE (Server-Sent Event) is a standard mechanism used to push, over HTTP, server notifications to clients.
PrimeFaces in the Enterprise   PrimeFaces, a popular JavaServer Faces (JSF) UI framework, can be used to quickly develop sophisticated applications for the enterprise or for standard websites.
Compact Profiles: Space and Security Compact Profiles provide a way for developers and device manufacturers to package and update Java SE on space-constrained devices.

VIDEOS, WEBCASTS, AND MORE

Video: Java Tweet for Beer A demonstration using Java Embedded and JavaFX to connect a beer tap to the Cloud and Social Networks.
Video: Stream API in Java 8 Software Developer, Paul Sandoz, explains the Stream API, one of the main features of Java 8.
Video: Smart Meter Principal Sales Consultant, Christopher Vaille, presents a smart grid architecture using Java SE Embedded. A similar architecture was implemented by Electricité de France (EDF).
Video: Advanced GPIO: UART, PWM, Digital and Level Conversion  Globalcode Founder Vinicius Senger discusses how to get your Raspberry Pi (or any other board) to communicate with GPIO using UART, and PWM.
Video: JavaFX Scene Builder 2.0 - Building an app UI - 720HD  This is a demonstration of JavaFX Scene Builder 2.0 showing an aeronautical themed demo app, how to build layout, and apply CSS and connect code.
NetBeans Podcast 69 - The Embedded Edition Terrence Barr and Simon Ritter discuss the Java 8 Embedded technologies and free trainings offered by Oracle. Jaroslav Tulach releases the Practical API Design book in Japanese.
Video: Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE  Learn to install and use the Java ME SDK 8.0 plugins in NetBeans IDE on the Windows operating system.
The Developer Conference 2014 A series of interviews about the conference, TDC for Kids, Java User Groups, the Java platform. Those interviews are in Portuguese.


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