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Oracle Enhances Java Resources for Global Developer Community

SAN FRANCISCO, May 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JavaOne -- -- Demonstrating its continued commitment to the Java developer community, Oracle today announced additional new Enterprise 2.0 resources for members of Oracle Technology Network (OTN), which serves one of the largest Java Developer communities in the world. -- The extended community interaction and tools provide the Java development community support and resources to aid them in the development of next generation Service-Oriented, Rich Enterprise and mobile applications, utilizing the breadth of the Oracle software stack. -- With millions of members globally, OTN is the leading online resource providing Java developers a source for continual learning and active engagement with colleagues, peers and the community through an array of Enterprise 2.0 technologies, events and resources. The latest OTN additions and enhancements include: -- The Oracle OpenWorld Unconference (http://wiki.oracle.com/page/Oracle+OpenWorld+Unconference): a venue in which developers can present their own technical session or workshop on a topic they are passionate about, in an informal, interactive setting; -- Oracle Wiki (http://wiki.oracle.com/?t=anon): a hosted collaborative platform that enables the Oracle community (employees and non-employees) to create and share content about Oracle-related subjects; -- Oracle's social networking site (https://mix.oracle.com/): for developer centric social networking; -- These additions complement key OTN resources including: -- The Oracle Java Developer Newsletter (http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/java_newsletter.html): a monthly newsletter with more than 720,000 subscribers, providing extensive information about all things Java and Oracle related; -- OTN Developer Day (http://www.oracle.com/technology/events/otn-developer-day/index.html): free Java/SOA workshops occurring globally; -- Oracle Discussion Forums (http://forums.oracle.com/forums/categoryHome.jspa?categoryID=84): online forums for topic related discussions; -- OTN TechCasts (http://www.oracle.com/technology/syndication/techcasts/index.html): a popular podcast series focusing on emerging topics in the application development area; -- Oracle Blogs (http://www.oracle.com/blogs/index.html): Dynamic interaction between internal Oracle employees and external industry influencers. -- For more information about OTN and the extensive portfolio of technical content resources, software downloads and expert advice, and to register for a free membership, visit: http://www.oracle.com/technology/index.html. Continued Support for the Java Community -- Oracle has been a leading supporter of Java throughout its history -- with deep involvement in the Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) 3.0/Java Persistence API and JavaServer Faces specifications (JSF), and more than 100 other Java Specification Requirements (JSR) such as the XQuery API for Java, Standard Data Binding and Data Access Facility for J2EE and Design Time Metadata for JSF Components. -- In addition, as part of its long standing commitment to the open source community, Oracle is spearheading critical tooling projects for BPEL, JSF, and EJB 3.0 within the Eclipse Foundation open source community -- as well as ongoing investment in developing, testing, optimizing, and supporting other open source technologies such as Apache, Glassfish, and Spring. Supporting Quotes

SAN FRANCISCO, May 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — JavaOne — — Demonstrating its continued commitment to the Java developer community, Oracle today announced additional new Enterprise 2.0 resources for members of Oracle Technology Network (OTN), which serves one of the largest Java Developer communities in the world. — The extended community interaction and tools provide the Java development community support and resources to aid them in the development of next generation Service-Oriented, Rich Enterprise and mobile applications, utilizing the breadth of the Oracle software stack. — With millions of members globally, OTN is the leading online resource providing Java developers a source for continual learning and active engagement with colleagues, peers and the community through an array of Enterprise 2.0 technologies, events and resources. The latest OTN additions and enhancements include: — The Oracle OpenWorld Unconference (http://wiki.oracle.com/page/Oracle+OpenWorld+Unconference): a venue in which developers can present their own technical session or workshop on a topic they are passionate about, in an informal, interactive setting; — Oracle Wiki (http://wiki.oracle.com/?t=anon): a hosted collaborative platform that enables the Oracle community (employees and non-employees) to create and share content about Oracle-related subjects; — Oracle's social networking site (https://mix.oracle.com/): for developer centric social networking; — These additions complement key OTN resources including: — The Oracle Java Developer Newsletter (http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/java_newsletter.html): a monthly newsletter with more than 720,000 subscribers, providing extensive information about all things Java and Oracle related; — OTN Developer Day (http://www.oracle.com/technology/events/otn-developer-day/index.html): free Java/SOA workshops occurring globally; — Oracle Discussion Forums (http://forums.oracle.com/forums/categoryHome.jspa?categoryID=84): online forums for topic related discussions; — OTN TechCasts (http://www.oracle.com/technology/syndication/techcasts/index.html): a popular podcast series focusing on emerging topics in the application development area; — Oracle Blogs (http://www.oracle.com/blogs/index.html): Dynamic interaction between internal Oracle employees and external industry influencers. — For more information about OTN and the extensive portfolio of technical content resources, software downloads and expert advice, and to register for a free membership, visit: http://www.oracle.com/technology/index.html. Continued Support for the Java Community — Oracle has been a leading supporter of Java throughout its history — with deep involvement in the Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) 3.0/Java Persistence API and JavaServer Faces specifications (JSF), and more than 100 other Java Specification Requirements (JSR) such as the XQuery API for Java, Standard Data Binding and Data Access Facility for J2EE and Design Time Metadata for JSF Components. — In addition, as part of its long standing commitment to the open source community, Oracle is spearheading critical tooling projects for BPEL, JSF, and EJB 3.0 within the Eclipse Foundation open source community — as well as ongoing investment in developing, testing, optimizing, and supporting other open source technologies such as Apache, Glassfish, and Spring.

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"The Java developer community is the driving force behind today's cutting edge applications, like Rich Enterprise Applications and applications optimized for SOA," said Ted Farrell, chief architect and vice president, Tools and Middleware, Oracle. "Through the advanced Enterprise 2.0 features and other resources within OTN, as well as a wealth of information and guidance, Oracle is providing Java developers the resources and tools they need to enhance their own learning, while also bringing value and fresh ideas back to the Java community."

Related Links Oracle OTN: http://www.oracle.com/technology Oracle and Java: http://www.oracle.com/technologies/java Java Developer Center: http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java Oracle Magazine: Embedded Java Persistence: http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/07-mar/o27berkeleydb.html Oracle Magazine: Develop with Choice: http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/07-may/o37develop.html Mastering J2EE Application Development: http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/masterj2ee/index.html SOA Best Practices: The BPEL Cookbook http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/bpel_cookbook/index.html

The BPEL Cookbook: Building Rich Internet Applications for Workflow and Process Monitoring:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/bpel_cookbook/todd.html The New SOA Standards: http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/standards/soa-standards.html

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