Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 6th and 7th, 2012
Peter Pilgrim is a Java Champion and a professional software developer, designer and architect. He works as an consultant in London, United Kingdom. Since 1998 he has worked in the financial services industry, investment banking mainly, developing IT for clients. He is a well known specialist in Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) technology, focused on the server-side and the implementation of electronic commerce. Peter has built professional Java EE apps for top-tier investment banks for Lloyds Banking Group, UBS, Credit Suisse, Royal Bank of Scotland and Deutsche Bank. Peter is the 91st Oracle Java Champion. Peter is a Certified SCRUM Master.
This is a session about leveraging Java EE 7 and JavaFX. It provides an overview of the upcoming features of Java EE 7 and also ties this technology into how developers can write JavaFX applications aimed for it.
At JavaOne 2012, Oracle and the expert group of the Java EE 7 specification decided to reposition the edition from "Moving to the Cloud" to "Better Productivity with Integration with HTML5, CSS though Web Sockets JSON-P". To that end, this talk has changed its initial direction that I set out in June 2012. I am also the author of an upcoming book on Java EE 7 to be published next year, so the information that I gathered from the JavaOne conference is highly revalent.
On the JavaFX 2.2 front, there are lots of demonstration that I can show which prove the potency of the technology. You will be inspired by JavaFX.