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Tuesday, 08 Dec @ 3:00 PM


As one of the most pervasively used technologies in our lifetime, Java continues to advance the application world around us Through 25 years of progressive modernization, Java offers enterprises and developers a contemporary language and platform to create the next generation of rich, scalable, and secure enterprise applications for a variety of targeted deployment environments, including the cloud. As the technology landscape changes, often at an ever-increasing pace, Java is primed to offer developers the unique ability to address new opportunities. In this keynote learn of 25 ways that help position Java for the next 25 years and beyond.

Who should attend

java developers,java ,java


  • Java And Its Wider Impact
  • Rich Platform
  • The skills for secure enterprise applications
  • How to prepare for the change and address new opportunities


Sharat Chander

Senior Director, Java Platform Product Management & Developer EngagementOracle

Sharat Chander has worked in the IT industry for 25 years, for firms such as Bell Atlantic, Verizon, Sun Microsystems, and Oracle. His background and technical specialty is in Java development tools, graphics design, and product/community management. Sharat has been actively involved in the Java Community for 20+ years, helping drive greater Java awareness, acceptance, adoption, and advocacy. Having launched several Java products and community programs, Sharat continues to drive Java priorities by staying connected with developers worldwide at multiple global developer events and regional engagements. When not growing visibility for Java, he follows his other passions for American baseball by fanatically following his hometown Baltimore Orioles and cricket by rooting for his favorite IPL Team, Kings XI Punjab. You can follow Sharat on Twitter: @Sharat_Chander

Webinar/Workshop organized by: TechGig

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