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29 Mar 2013 Java Magazine March/April 2013: Java Is Community [30348]
Find Your Role in Making Java Thrive

The March/April issue of Java Magazine is all about community -- the Java Community, that is. This special edition is guest edited by Agnes Crepet, Lyon JUG leader and Duchess leader. Also included are the following articles:

  • Java In Robotics — Meet Java pioneer Paul Perrone and some of his robots.
  • Using Java 8 Lambda Expressions — We continue our series on exploring lambda expressions.
  • Responsive Interportlet Communication with Ajax — Build portlets that communicate with each other and update dynamically on the client. - JavaFX in Spring — Stephen Chin uses Spring to build out data screens in a JavaFX application.

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22 Mar 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 125: Terrence Barr on ME Embedded 3.3 [30256]
Also Covers Oracle Java ME Software Development Kit 3.3

Terrence Barr is the guest of Host Roger Brinkley on Java Spotlight Episode 125 to discuss the Early Access Release of of Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.3 for Raspberry Pi for ARM11, Linux & Early Access Release of Oracle Java ME Software Development Kit 3.3. Barr is a Senior Technologist and Principal Product Manager for Oracle’s small embedded Java Products who has a broad development and architectural experience on mobile and embedded systems and platforms including industrial control systems, multiprocessor architectures, implementation and optimization of virtual machines, byte code hardware acceleration, advanced client-side and mobile applications, scalable client-server architectures, and more.
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22 Mar 2013 'Performance Tuning for Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g' [30258]
White Paper Based on Experiences with Some of World's Largest BPM Deployments

"Performance Tuning for Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g (BPM)" an Oracle white paper, should be read in conjunction with both the product documentation and Oracle Fusion Middleware Performance and Tuning Guide. The white paper itself presents a set of "best practices" collected from real world experiences with some of the largest and most critical BPM implementations worldwide. There is no globally relevant set of performance tuning recommendations for BPM because the applications built to run on top of BPM vary widely. These recommendations must therefore be tested against each of them to determine which ones are appropriate in a given environment.
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16 Mar 2013 JSR 352 Batch Applications for the Java Platform: Java Spotlight Episode 124 [30160]
With Chris Vignola, Spec Lead for JSR 352

Chris Vignola, the spec lead for JSR 352 Batch Applications for the Java Platform, works for the IBM AIM Software organization and is the lead architect for WebSphere Systems Management. He appears on Java Spotlight Episode 124 to discuss JSR 352 Batch Applications for the Java Platform with host Roger Brinkley. Formerly the WebSphere Batch Technology Chief Architect, Chris Vignola has over 28 years of industry experience in architecture and development of software systems, including WebSphere Extended Deployment, WebSphere Application Server, and the MVS operating system.
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06 Mar 2013 Java Spotlight Episode 123: Mark Heckler on JavaFX and Java in Government [30061]
Oracle ACS Java/Middleware/Core Tech Engineer Shares Insights

Mark Heckler is an Oracle ACS Java/Middleware/Core Tech Engineer with development experience in numerous environments, so when he talks about JavaFX and Java in government, as he does in Episode 123 of the Java Spotlight, he speaks authoritatively. Heckler has worked for and with key players in the manufacturing, emerging markets, retail, medical, telecom, and financial industries to develop and deliver critical capabilities on time and on budget. Currently, he works primarily with large government customers using Java throughout the stack and across the enterprise. He also participates in open-source development, being a JFXtras project committer and developer of DialogFX, MonologFX, and other projects.
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