From: Apple Developer Relations
Subject: Please Join Apple at JavaOne
Apple Computer, Inc. would like to invite you to join us at JavaOne, Sun's
1997 Worldwide Java Developer Conference. JavaOne is being held April 2-4
at San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center. Apple is proud to be a Gold
Co-Sponsor of the conference.
JavaOne is a three-day technical conference for developers to learn Java
technologies directly from Sun's Java Development Team. Keynotes will be
delivered by Java industry luminaries James Gosling, John Gage, Scott
McNealy, Alan Baratz & Eric Schmidt.
Apple Computer, Inc. will be conducting a session in the Java Industry
Momentum track, where we'll be presenting our successful solutions using
Java and discussing our view of the Java industry as it moves forward. You
won't want to miss it!
JavaOne will also feature the JavaOne Pavilion where we will be showcasing
our Java tools and applications along with over 250 other companies. And
there will be plenty of extracurricular activities to educate and have fun.
Last year JavaOne sold-out, and we expect that this year will be no
different. So register today while there is still space.
We have listed the titles of the conference sessions below, as well as the
titles of the four Pre- and Post-Conference training courses being offer.
For more information, visit the JavaOne web site at:
When: April 2-4, 1997
Where: Moscone Convention Center
Cost: $1095 Advance Registration (valid through 3/27/97)
$1195 On-Site Registration
800-668-2741 US & Canada
Pre & Post Conference:
-Introduction to Java Programming Conference -Java for the Experienced
Programmer Training -Hands-on JDBC
Technical Track #1
The Java(tm) Platform: Where it is today and where it's going. Everything
you'll need to know as a developer, direct from the source.
1. JDK(tm) Overview and Roadmap
2. Java Security: Present and the Near Future
3. Java Advanced Programming Tutorial
4. Java Runtime Internals
5. High Performance Java
6. Introduction to JavaBeans(tm): Overview, Roadmap and Developer Resources
7. JavaBeans Basics1: Getting Started with the JavaBeans Development Kit
(BDK) and the JavaBeans-ActiveX Bridge.
8. Distributed Computing with Java Remote Method Invocation
9. New Security Features in JDK 1.1 and Their Usage
10. AWT Advanced Tutorial: Programming with JDK 1.1
11. AWT: The Next Generation
12. Advanced JavaBeans Development: Properties, Persistence, Introspection,
13. Databases and Advanced JDBC(tm) Programming
Technical Track #2
1. Customizing the HotJava(tm) Browser
2. Server System Software
3. JavaOS(tm) Architecture
4. I18N: Programming "World-Ready" Java
5. Programming the Java Servlet API
6. Java Compatibility
7. HotJava(tm) Views(tm)
8. 2D Graphics in Java
9. Testing Java Applets and Applications, Ensuring Portability and
Robustness 10. Network Management
11. JavaOS Internals
12. Telephony, Speech and Beyond
Technical Track #3
1. Java in the Enterprise
2. 3D Graphics in Java
3. Java Media Players and Java Sound
4. Java Commerce
5. Java Enterprise Database Integration
6. Pure Java(tm)
7. Java Naming and Directory Interface
Track 4: Java in the Real World
Java gets down to business: Get insiders' perspectives on the strategies
that work from top Java customers, developers, and industry luminaries.
1. The Java Revolution: Year Two in the Java Revolution
2. Funding Java Start-Ups: Perspectives from the Venture Capital Community
3. Down to Business
4. Business Applications: Financial Services
5. Business Applications: Telecommunications
6. Business Applications: Health Care
7. Betting on Java: Building and Deploying Large Scale Java Services
8. Transforming the Enterprise: Sun's Internal Deployment of Java Computing
9. Java Devices: Beyond the Desktop
10. Java and Legacy Systems
11. Designing Business Applications: Latest Tools for Developers
12. Finding the Nuggets: Decision Support and Datawarehousing on the Web
13. Java Goes Hollywood: Entertainment and New Media
Track 5: Java Computing: Programming for the 21st Century
Java Computing extends far beyond the desktop, scaling down to smart
cardsand up to supercomputers. This track will examine new applications in
this burgeoning market.
1. Java Gaming
2. Where's the Bandwidth?
3. Pure Java: Branding and Beyond
4. JavaBeans: New Business Opportunities with Java Components
5. Smart Cards: Putting Java in Your Pocket
6. Java Everywhere in the Enterprise
7. Java: Coming Soon to a TV Near You
8. Effortless Updates
9. The Webtop for the Knowledge Worker
10. Personal Communicators
11. Using Java to Improve Business Efficiency
12. Java On the Road: Embedded Microprocessors are Everywhere
13. Changing Channels
Track 6: Java Industry Momentum
Our co-sponsors will offer you the chance to see and hear about their
successful solutions using Java. They will also discuss their views of the
Java industry as it moves forward.
1. Java Implementations for Intranet and Extranet
2. Java Customer Solutions: A Panel Discussion
3. Java Enterprise Computing Solutions: A Customer Perspective
4. Mission Critical Java: Java Across All Tiers of the Network Computing
5. JavaBeans and the Enterprise
6. Java Enhancement for Mission Critical Applications
7. Developing with Java(tm) WorkShop(tm)
8. JavaOS Design Architectures in Mobile Enterprise, Consumer and
9. Reinventing the Desktop: Writing Serious Applications in Java
10. Building Directory-Enabled and Groupware Solutions in Java
11. Multimedia and 3D Programming with Java
12. Java Processors: New Platform Opportunities for Networked Communications
13. Building Network Applications for Consumer Devices using Inferno
Co-Sponsors of JavaOne:
These industry-leading companies are working closely with Sun's Java
Development Team to Java technologies.
Apple Computer, Inc.
Lucent Technologies' Inferno Network Software Solutions Mitsubishi
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Component Integration Laboratories
Digital Equipment Corporation
Open Market, Inc.
Schlumberger Smart Cards & Systems