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Oracle at EclipseCon 2012

Booth # 8

Demo Pods Resources

Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse Demo Pod

Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) 12.1.1.0 for Eclipse Indigo provides tools that make it easier to develop applications utilizing specific Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies and Oracle Database.

EclipseLink Demo Pod

The EclipseLink project delivers a comprehensive open-source Java persistence solution addressing relational, XML, and database web services.

Details at: http://eclipse.org/eclipselink/ and includes project summary, description, downloads, documentation and more.

Hudson Demo Pod

Hudson is a continuous integration (CI) tool written in Java, which runs in a servlet container, such as Apache Tomcat or the GlassFish application server. It supports SCM tools including CVS, Subversion, Git and Clearcase and can execute Apache Ant and Apache Maven based projects, as well as arbitrary shell scripts and Windows batch commands

Java Mission Control Demo Pod

Java Mission Control is a set of powerful tools running on the OracleJRockit JVM. These tools deliver advanced, unobtrusive JVM monitoring and management, suitable for use both in development and production environments.

Java Mission Control is the next version of JRockit Mission Control.  The name will officially change in the 5.0 release. 

More information is available at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/jrockit/overview/index.html

Oracle Technology Network Demo Pod

The Oracle Technology Network is the world's largest community of application developers, database admins, system admins/developers, and architects using industry-standard technologies in combination with Oracle products. It is also the home of oracle.com/technetwork/java, the ultimate, complete, and authoritative source of technical information and learning about Java. As an Oracle Technology Network member, you can:

  • Choose from among hundreds of discussion forums to get crowd sourced, actionable advice from Oracle engineers and other Oracle Technology Network members.
  • Download and use free software under our Developer License, with no time limit. (Some downloads may have other license terms.)
  • Attend free hands-on workshops (physical and virtual): Oracle Technology Network Developer Days, Architect Days, and Admin Days.
  • Read technical articles authored by the community and subscribe to technology-focused email newsletters on Java, Solaris, .Net, Architecture, and Database Application Development.

Join the Oracle Technology Network: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/community/join/why-join/index.html

OTN blog: https://blogs.oracle.com/otn

OTN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OracleTechnologyNetwork

Twitter: @oracletechnet

Java Demo Pod

Java is the foundation for virtually every type of networked application and is the global standard for developing and delivering mobile applications, games, Web-based content, and enterprise software. With more than 9 million developers worldwide, Java enables you to efficiently develop and deploy exciting applications and services. With comprehensive tooling, a mature ecosystem, and robust performance, Java delivers applications portability across even the most disparate computing environments.

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Java Magazine

You are invited to subscribe to the NEW Java Magazine!   Published on a bi-monthly basis in digital and mobile formats, Java  Magazine is an essential source of knowledge about:

  • Java technology
  • The Java programming language
  • Java-based applications 

Sign up today to stay informed on all things Java! 

www.oracle.com/goto/javamagazine

Oracle Sessions at EclipseCon 2012

Monday, March 26, 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Location: Lake Thoreau Room

What every Eclipse Developer should know about Hudson and CI 

Continuous Integration should be the cornerstone of your development project. But have you embraced it yet? Whether you are working on an Eclipse project, in an enterprise development team, behind a firewall or in the cloud or just interested in the buzz around CI then this tutorial is for you.

Using a mix of short overviews and hands-on exercises developers will gain first hand experience from Hudson experts on setting up Hudson for managed and non-managed Master-slave configuration and preparing Hudson for a cloud environment using Active slaves.

In the next part of the tutorial you will learn through exercises how to use Mylyn in a real world scenario and how to integrate into Eclipse's own Hudson for your Eclipse project development.

Finally, you will get practical experience of developing a plugin to extend Hudson for any non-standard requirements.

Speakers: Susan Duncan, Principal Product Manager, Oracle and Winston Prakash, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

Tuesday, March 27, 1:30pm – 2:15pm

Location: Regency Ballroom A

Best practices for using Hudson as part of your Agile strategy

Hudson CI server is often used merely as an automated build system and to run tests. But is it at the heart of your agile approach to development? Is it providing the fast, self-testing, automated feedback to your development team that increases their ownership of the code and decreases the time it takes for bugs to be discovered and new features to be available to the whole team? Are you overwhelmed by the range and diversity of the plugins available and which will be most effective for your project? Let us guide you through the nuances of the Hudson CI server and its place in Agile development in this talk through demonstrating and discussing best practice.

Speakers: Susan Duncan, Principal Product Manager, Oracle and Winston Prakash, Consulting Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

Wednesday, March 28, 11:15am - 12:00pm

Location: Lake Anne Room

Oracle and Eclipse - To Infinity and Beyond! (Panel)

This panel will bring together Oracle contributors and consumers of Eclipse projects, such as Hudson, EclipseLink and Web Tools Platform, with an emphasis on the Java ecosystem.  Tooling (Greg Stachnick), Java EE (Doug Clarke), Continuous Build (Susan Duncan) and Java Client (Steve Northover) will be represented.  The panel will be moderated by Donald Smith from the Java SE PM team.  Some questions will include - What's Oracle's goals within the Eclipse community? What's Oracle's motivation to contribute resources to Eclipse, and where are we leveraging Eclipse?  A goal of the panel is to get feedback from Eclipse users as to how Oracle can make your life easier throughout the stack - Client, Tooling, Java EE and Build.

Speaker: Donald Smith, Director of Product Management, Oracle

Wednesday, March 28, 7:30pm

Location: Lake Anne Room

JavaFX and Eclipse (BofF)

This BOF is for anyone interested in JavaFX generally, and JavaFX and Eclipse, specifically.  This is an informal BOF and direction will depend on who shows up with interesting questions, demos or other things to share.

Speaker: Steve Northover, Senior Director, Java Client, Oracle

Thursday, March 29, 11:00am - 11:45am

Location: Lake Anne Room

The State of the JRockit & Hotspot Convergence

Oracle is converging the HotSpot and Oracle JRockit JVMs to produce a "best-of-breed JVM". Internally, the project is sometimes referred to as the HotRockit project. This presentation will demonstrate some early results from the integration using Hotspot 7u4 and point out how the Hotspot implementation differs from the corresponding JRockit features. The remaining work will be outlined together with a rough release time table for the features.

Speaker: Marcus Hirt, Consulting Member of technical Staff, Oracle

Venue

Hyatt Regency Reston
1800 Presidents Street
Reston, VA 20190

EclipseCon2012 Website

http://www.eclipsecon.org/2012

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