I have the pleasure to help Arun Gupta with his famous Hands-On-Lab
Developing JAX-RS Web Applications Utilizing Server-Sent Events and WebSocket
This hands-on lab guides attendees through building a Web application with the new JAX-RS 2.0 API. It shows how to use some value-added features of Jersey (the open source JAX-RS reference implementation) and Tyrus (the early draft implementation of Java API for WebSocket [JSR 356]) for leveraging HTML5 technologies such as server-sent events and WebSocket.
Which already is fully booked at the time of writing :)
Further on I will be at the
Java EE.express BOF
Together with Oracle's Mike Keith I will listen to community feedback. It is a perfect opportunity for developers to express their views about the overall direction of Java EE, as well as make suggestions for features and improvements to individual specifications.
Come out and be heard? or just listen to what others have to say and assert your agreement/disagreement over their opinions!
We are here to listen!
If you want a good impression what it looks like take a look at the following "feel the groove" video footage from this years Jfokus!
If you need more information don't forget to read Arun's trip report about this years Jfokus!!
I am really looking forward to the show and I'm very glad to also have been part of the program committee which helped putting this great conference together! Looking forward to meeting you soon! If you haven't done so already, go and register for it! Today!