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The Future of Java: Get There First with Essential JDJEdge Sessions

The Future of Java: Get There First with Essential JDJEdge Sessions

As a Java professional, you're particularly aware of how quickly i-technology is racing into the future - and you've also seen how many of those around you are failing to keep up with the pace of new developments and information. Be fleet, or be obsolete. How do you keep yourself in the running? JDJEdge 2002 East - International Java Conference & Expo (Javits Convention Center, NYC, June 24-27) offers sessions and full-day classes that can bring you up to speed. Here's a glimpse of just a few of the features that can improve your own business environment:
  • Ed Lycklama, CTO and cofounder of Sitraka, offers strategies for Detecting, Diagnosing and Overcoming the Five Most Common J2EE Application Performance Obstacles, and explains how to take J2EE e-business systems from 10 per cent to 100 per cent capacity by using system-wide performance assurance solutions.
  • Nigel Thomas, director of product marketing, SpiritSoft, describes how to use messaging to help build robust Java applications and Web services, by Building Asynchronous Applications Using Java Messaging.
  • Didier Cabannes, CTO, Fresher Information Corp., reveals methods for Optimizing Database Performance in J2EE Applications.
  • Raghavan N. Srinivas, Java technology evangelist at Sun Microsystems, looks closely into the JAAs, JCE, JSSE, and JGSS packages in his presentation on Java Security Advanced Concepts.
  • Martyn Mallick, wireless solutions evangelist, IAnywhere Solutions, provides a how-to approach in Building "Smart Client" Applications Using J2SE and J2ME.
  • Michael J. Rozlog, chief technical architect, Borland, covers design considerations necessary to apply the "write once, run anywhere" paradigm when Building Truly Portable J2EE Applications. There are many more valuable sessions, as well as Sun Microsystems' Java™ University Program, Sun Java™ Technology Certification Fast Path Classes, plus Keynotes and Keynote Panels with industry leaders, and the Expo showcasing the latest products and upgrades. Take advantage of this opportunity to propel yourself ahead of the rest!
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