Join the Java team and your fellow developers as the latest
innovations in Java 7 are unveiled. Celebrations will take place
simultaneously in Redwood Shores, California; São Paulo; and London, and
will be broadcast live in a webcast.
Discover what lies ahead for Java from the communities, user groups and organizations that are driving the continued evolution of Java. Find out how Oracle’s ongoing commitment to Java will benefit you.
Thursday, July 07, 2011
Redwood Shores, California, USA (9:00 a.m. PT - 1:00 p.m. PT)
São Paulo, Brazil (1:00 p.m BRT)
London, England (5:00 p.m. BST)
Attend the live events or watch the live webcast. You can also join the conversation on Twitter: @Java and use #java7
Duke and Java are zooming into the future! As part of the Java 7 launch celebration, Duke the Java mascot has also received a makeover. Join in the global celebration of Java 7 by downloading the new 3D and animated Future Tech Duke screensaver.
This new plugin saves you a few steps by letting you quickly browse through and open folders and files. Read more about it in this blog post.
A quick interview with author David Heffelfinger, focusing on the highlights of his new book: Java EE 6 with NetBeans 7; what has changed since the previous edition, and the benefits of working with NetBeans IDE 7.0 for Java EE 6 development.
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Adam Bien shares a hot tip: How to get super fast deployment of Java EE 6, Maven-based applications with the NetBeans IDE.
A guide to installing OpenJDK7 on Mac OS X and testing within NetBeans IDE 7.0.