JavaOne Call For Papers(CFP) - Registration Form
Date of Start of CFP : 01 - March - 2012 Date of Closure of CFP : 15 - March - 2012
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Track Area and its overview

Core Java Platform
The Java platform is stronger than ever, with the Java language's continued growth and formidable position as the #1 development language in the world. This success depends on relentless pursuit of innovation and tuning at the very core of the Java family of technologies. The Core Java Platform track covers material fundamental to all uses and variants of the Java platform, with topics including the latest developments in Java virtual machines, deep technical explanations in areas such as security and networking, and enhancements that allow dynamic programming languages to drive Java platform adoption.
Client Side Technologies and Rich User Experiences
Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) runs on nearly a billion desktops, constituting one of the most highly leveraged technologies within the Java family. And innovations in Java SE impact not just the desktop but also many other uses of Java technology, including the ever-expanding richness of user interfaces imagined by application designers and demanded by application users. This track captures the latest developments in Java for the desktop and practices for building rich, immersive, and powerful user experiences across multiple hardware platforms and form factors.
Java EE Web Profile, Platform Technologies, Web Services, and the Cloud
Whether you use only the seasoned features of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) or its cutting-edge additions, this track is for you. It combines up-to-date coverage of a wide variety of enterprise Java topics, from the mature areas of Web application development, persistence, security, and transactions to the more recent common practices of dependency injection and continuous integration. This track also addresses some of the forthcoming and compelling interests of the Java EE platform, such as modularity, enterprise caching, Web sockets, and internet identity, as well as the latest and greatest vision and practices related to Web services, SOAP, REST, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, cloud architectures and deployment, and many other service-related topics.
Mobile, Java Card, Embedded, and Devices
Mobile phones, smart cards, embedded environments,and intelligent devices are some of the most pervasive manifestations of Java technology in everyday life. Advances in Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) continue to drive and support expanding application capabilities on even the simplest wireless devices. And Java technology continues to provide an ideal platform for applications in embedded environments. This track is devoted to Java technology as the ultimate platform for mobile computing, as well as covering embedded and device uses of Java technologies including Java SE, Java ME, Java Card, and JavaFX.

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