Main points: Reflect on breadth and depth of Java Language, platform and APIs Java is everywhere. Backend to internet applications and cloud platforms, PC, embedded, bluray player and even your credit card chip. Oracle takes its stewardship of this ecosystem very seriously. When talking about Java, and understanding where we are today as well as where we are headed, it is important to pause for a moment and reflect on the breadth and depth of Java. It has grown over time to encompass, the language, the platform, as well as Key APIs, which make it valuable in many ways on many different devices. In short, Java is everywhere and is back on the path of growth and innovation. At Oracle, we take our technology stewardship responsibility seriously ensuring that Java is nurtured and invested in so that it has a bright future for all users.
Just to summarize the releases we have been taking about, this is the roadmap, Not going to go through it in detail.
Thanks to Infosys for their Java EE support, so what will Java EE 7 entail? Need speaker notes hereProductivityHtml 5Enterprise demands
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- These are the areas we’re planning on and thinking about – talk to use and get involved! We welcome your feedback
Java EE 7 was released on Jun 12, 2013. That means all 14 component specifications are final, the Reference Implementation is final, and TCK is available for licensees for building their compliant app servers.