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  • 1. "The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking." -Albert Einstein
  • 2. Unleashing (Y)our Open World Dwarakanath J Technology Evangelist Sun Microsystems
  • 3. <ul><li>Ideas on Open Source
  • 4. Java
  • 5. Kick Start (Y)our Java World </li></ul>Agenda
  • 6. Open Source? -The BuzzZ word
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  • 25. &apos;Java + You &apos; =
  • 26. A small history Lets watch a cool Video....
  • 27. Why should you care for Java?
  • 28. Java is like Air,its everywhere Over 6 Billion Java devices!! • 2.2B Java-enabled mobile devices • 85% of all mobile devices • 3.5B Java Cards • 20M+ Java-enabled TV devices • 4M+ Java powered Blue-Ray players • 800M+ total Java desktops (91% of internet-connected PCs) • 550M downloads of JRE a year • 6M+ Java developers worldwide
  • 29. Who owns Java?
  • 30. 1224 JCP Members
  • 31. Java is a Brand,Compatibility is guranteed
  • 32. Java World Java Java Java Java Java Java Java Java Java Java Java I Live In Java, Do you?
  • 33. Java World <ul><li>JavaFX
  • 34. Java Tv
  • 35. Java Card 3.0 </li></ul>
  • 36. Java FX <ul><li>Belive me-The most happening Technology in the industry right now.
  • 37. Creating RIA&apos;s,applications catered through Web services. </li></ul>
  • 38. Java FX
  • 39. Java TV <ul><li>Java TV is a Java-based software framework designed for use on TV set-top boxes, based around components called Xlets.
  • 40. It is used mostly in countries like U.S,Brazil and China. </li></ul>
  • 41. Java Card <ul><li>Java Card refers to a technology that allows small Java-based applications (applets) to be run securely on smart cards and similar small memory footprint devices
  • 42. It is widely used in SIM cards (used in GSM mobile phones) and ATM cards. </li></ul>
  • 43. A small Pop Quiz...
  • 44. Java Editions <ul><li>Java SE
  • 45. Java EE
  • 46. Java ME </li></ul>
  • 47. Java SE <ul><li>It illustrates java as a programming launguage
  • 48. It includes creating Applets,AWT,Swings
  • 49. Used for developing Portable Applications </li></ul>
  • 50. Java EE <ul><li>Used for Server Programming
  • 51. Adds libraries to create distributed,Multi-tier and
  • 52. modularised,fault-tolerant applications running on Application Server.
  • 53. Includes beans,EJB&apos;s,Servlets,JSP,JSF </li></ul>
  • 54. Java ME <ul><li>Used for creating applications for Mobile devices,Set-top boxes
  • 55. Compatible JDK 1.3
  • 56. Includes API&apos;s for MIDP,CLDC </li></ul>
  • 57. Netbeans <ul><li>A comprehensive, modular multi-lingual IDE
  • 58. A platform for building applications
  • 59. A thriving open source community </li></ul>
  • 60. Netbeans – A small Demo
  • 61. A small pop Quiz.Whats this?
  • 62. Glassfish <ul><li>Appliation Server with JavaEE reference implementation
  • 63. Runs applications made in Java,PHP,Perl,Groovy
  • 64. A quick Demo </li></ul>
  • 65. Virtualisation <ul><li>Have you heard this before?
  • 66. They are,they are not-Translate this in Tamil
  • 67. Creating hardware,software components with the resources available. </li></ul>
  • 68. Cloud Computing <ul><li>Software as a Service(Saas)
  • 69. Infrastructure as a Service(Iaas)
  • 70. http://kenai.com </li></ul>
  • 71. So Whats Next ???? How to learn Java? Secure a job with Java?
  • 72. Java : Can you get a Job? <ul><li>Have the right skills
  • 73. Diversify your skill set
  • 74. Continuous skills improvement </li></ul>
  • 75. Skill Set Requirements <ul><li>Core Java (Java SE 6.0) </li><ul><li>Language basics,Swing, RMI,etc. </li></ul><li>Web Technologies </li><ul><ul><li>Java Server Pages
  • 76. Servlets
  • 77. Java Server Faces
  • 78. Struts </li></ul></ul><li>Persistence Technologies </li></ul>
  • 79. I learnt Java,How to prove it? <ul><li>Certifications
  • 80. If certifications,which certification? </li></ul>Sun Certifications Why Sun Certifications?
  • 81. One Stop Shots <ul><li>http://javapassion.com
  • 82. http://java.net
  • 83. http://jguru.com </li></ul>
  • 84. Spot the Difference
  • 85. Spot the Difference <ul><li>Open Source Vs Freeware
  • 86. Java EE Vs Java SE </li></ul>
  • 87. Time for Prizes-Methods <ul><li>Ask a good Question
  • 88. Answer a good Question </li></ul>
  • 89. Thanks / Suggestions Dwarakanath J http://blogs.sun.com/dwarak [email_address] +91 9884799523

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