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The mission of this site is to promote and propagate Java into the Communications Industry. At this site there is a ground swell of support from industry associations, software vendors, universities, hobbyists, and individual contributors, for the development of Java concepts, code, utilities, programs, events, articles, projects, and white papers.

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JavaOne Session Replay
[Posted Nov 9, 2014]

Watch JavaOne 2014 sessions and tutorials now at
New sessions are released every week!

IoT at Scale. Cranes, Planes, Automobiles.
[Posted Oct 7, 2014]

In this event, RedMonk will bring its unique perspective, developer-led approach and craft experiences to SAP TechEd &...

The Annual JCP Community Party
[Posted Sep 17, 2014]

The annual JCP Community Party will be held on Monday evening, September 29, in San Francisco at the Hilton Hotel. Reserve your ticket early at! See our full list of activities at JavaOne at

View the 12th Annual JCP Awards nominees - The unveiling will occur at the JCP Community Party.

Latest from our Bloggers

NetBeans Day in Burkina Faso report
posted by pandaconstantin on Jul 29, 2015
Ecole Supérieure D'Informatique of Université Polytechnique de Bobo-Dioulasso has got an extraordinary chance to stand the first NetBeans Day in...
Browsing Your Developer Cloud Service Maven Repository Using Cyberduck
posted by bleonard on Jul 28, 2015
Browsing Your Developer Cloud Service Maven Repository Using Cyberduck
Back from the JCrete Unconference
posted by cayhorstmann on Jul 27, 2015
Some time ago, I got an invitation from Heinz Kabutz (the man behind the Java Specialists newsletter, to which you should subscribe right away if you...
Developing professional Java application with NetBeans IDE at university
posted by pandaconstantin on Jul 16, 2015
Last saturday, 11th july 2015, I was at Ecole Supérieure d'Informatique de Bobo Dioulasso for a training session on how to build a professional Java...
Managing Concurrency in SIP Servlet 2.0
posted by binod on Jul 12, 2015
There are some key differences to programming SIP applications compared to usual Java EE applications, which are mostly based on HTTP. Often SIP...

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