This year’s event is all about how to Java™ your next cloud implementation, application, network … you name it, Java will get you results whether your development interests are with the core platform, devices, emerging languages, interfaces, or development tools. Check out announcements, sessions, keynotes, labs, and events from JavaOne at developerWorks.
Holly Cummins talks with Mark Stoodley and Dan Heidinga about the Java Runtime Center and its expanded mission beyond the Java language.
Meet Rafael Del Nero, a Java programmer and new developerWorks author, as he talks about his session that produced a behind the scenes look at the Java Challenge.
What's a JavaOne without a party.
Holly Cummins chats with major Java community figure Martijn Verburg on the evolution of Java including the move of JEE to Eclipse.
Erin Schnabel and Hugh McKee chat about their session which enabled a team of people to produce a microservice, push it to Kubernetes, and have the GameOn application access it.
Kevin Sutter, IBM and John Clingan, Red Hat, discuss what’s new in MicroProfile 1.2. Check out the interview and then visit MicroProfile.IO.
Geoff Pirie demonstrates the WebSphere Liberty runtime, running on Raspberry Pi, for Scott. It is controlling a radio toy car through the smartphone. Liberty has recently been open sourced.
Marek Sadowski explains to Scott the easiest ways to get started with cloud native programming - IBM Bluemix starter kits.
Roland Barcia and Sanjay Joshi discuss Cloud Private, the platform for building native cloud applications using a Kubernetes architecture. They explain the Java workloads.
The senior director for developer experience at Confluence (which makes a streaming data platform based on Kafka) talks about refactoring microservices.
John Voorhees from Primitive.io talks with Scott about how he used Game On to help developers use VR to visualize the code.
John and Ian argue over the most important tech advances at JavaOne 2017 - changes in the JVM or in the containers.
developerWorks TV reporter Scott Laningham gives a preview of what to expect from IBM experts and developer advocates at JavaOne 2017.