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Arash Barirani

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JavaOne 2007: Key Points on Keynote Sessions (View in Weblogs)
Posted: May 8, 2007 2:21 PM
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Java is set to "reach humankind" by providing key Java features to empower Mobile device technology, especially rich content and networking.
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Java's goal this year is to "reach humankind" by striving to project Java's desktop capabilities and benefits onto mobile devices:

  1. Java SE 6.0 main objective: "Faster, faster, faster"
  2. A new scripting language with rich content support is born: "JavaFX"
  3. Java SE network and key capability such as rich content facility + JAVA ME = JavaFX Mobile. Sun has set itself to close the gap between key services and facilities offered on desktop and mobile devices. A mobile demo was given, and it looked good. What I am not exactly sure of is what is JavaFX all about? I will find out this afternoon at 1:30pm as they will have a general session on it.
  4. Scott McNealy announced support for the creation of "curriki.org" a website that provides all sort of science and educational information for younger kids. He asked everyone to help out by registering on the site and creating an active community.

Tomorrow, I will write in greater detail about specific sessions.

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