Java EE 7, 8 and beyond

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You really don't want to miss this half day event, EGJUG will be introducing what's new in JEE 7 and JEE future releases, that's not all, EGJUG will also announce the kick off for the JCP program and will form a team of Java developers who can participate in shaping Java's future, and for sure we will have lots and lots of giveaways so what are you waiting for, just register by clicking here , hurry up as seats are limited (we really mean that)

Location : Cairo FCI (Seminar Hall)

Date/Time : 30/11/2013  11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  •  JCP Kick off program (session 1):
    1. What is JCP (Java Community
      Process).
    2. Who maintains JCP process?
    3. JCP organization chart.
    4.  JCP.Next() JSR and Process.
    5.  How JSR is developed.
      1. Who maintains the JSR.
      2. What are the JSR Groups?
      3. What are JSR components?
    6.  Lifecycle of JSR, and its
      process.
    7.  What are Adopt-a-JSR &
      OpenJDK programs?
      1. How to participate in JCP.
      2. How to participate in adopts
        programs.
    8. Being effective member in the
      community.
    9. Promote your JUG.
    10. Role of the JUG and leaders.
    11.  What is the benefits returned
      to you.
    12.  Where we are now and what is needed
      from you.
    13. Formation of EGJUG JCP
      activities program Group.
      1. Required skills.
      2. Time management.
      3. Communication.
    14. Success Story with MoroccoJUG.
    15.  Closing.
  • Java EE 7, 8 and beyond (session
    2
    )
  1. What is Java EE 7?
  2. Main aim and objectives of Java
    EE 7.
  3.  What is new in Java EE 7?
    1. New JSRs.
    2.  Updated JSRs.
    3.  Pruned JSRs.
  4. HTML5 support.
  5.  IDEs support.
  6. Netbeans IDE.
    1. Java EE 7 support.
    2. Mobile Development support.
    3. JDK 8 support.
    4. HTML5 support.
  7. Glassfish v4.0 as RI.
  8. Adopt-a-jsr organization on
    Github.
  9. What's new
    1. ntroduce Java EE 8 and beyond.
    2. Introduce Java SE 8 and beyond.
    3.  Will become Java Developer not
      Java EE, SE or ME anymore.
    4. What is IOT.
    5. Java & Embedded evolution.
    6. More resources.
  10.  Closing.

Speaker:  Mohamed Taman

Bio: A
Systems Architect, Java team leader, and consultant with around 12+ years’
experience in projects architecture, manages department team, projects
deadlines, delivery times, capacity plans, and resource planning in case of
concurrent projects / change requests development. Consultant / Architect for
startup companies. Graduated from faculty of engineering, with B.Sc in computer engineering systems,
major Electrical Engineering.

A JCP & EC (Executive committee) member at
Java Community Process Organization. Working on many JSRs especially JEE7, 8
umbrella JSRs / Glassfish 4 evaluation and testing, and a member of Adopt-A-JSR, Adopt-OpenJDK, and FishCAT programs

Member of MoroccoJUG and EGJUG, & Founder of JCP
activities program group of EGJUG. Won the 11 annual JCP awards 2013 for Outstanding adopt-a-JSR participant.

For more about me and social please visit http://about.me/mohamedtaman