Java SIG: Application Development With NetBeans
...and "Sync or Sink - Synchronizing Data Between J2ME Clients and J2EE Servers".
Tech Talk: Sync or Sink - Synchronizing Data Between J2ME Clients and J2EE Servers
Eddie Pratt, Product Manager - PointBase
Main Talk: Application Development With NetBeans
Frank Cohen, CEO - PushToTest
Sync or Sink - Synchronizing Data Between J2ME Clients and J2EE Servers
This session describes best practices for designing systems that wirelessly synchronize data between J2ME devices and J2EE servers. It discusses the software design impact of small memory footprints, low-power CPUs, and slow-speed unreliable wireless connections.
100% Java database synchronization products available from leading vendors will be highlighted.
A J2ME application using data synchronization technology will be discussed, with code snippets demonstrating the use of key technologies.
Application Development With NetBeans
NetBeans is more than the basis for Sun¹s Forte Java integrated development environment. With NetBeans any software developer may build powerful desktop application software using the NetBeans platform, including commercial applicationsthat have nothing to do with Java development. In this presentation, Frank Cohen describes how to create your own NetBeans modules and how to create your own branded application using the NetBeans framework.
Cubberly Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
Palo Alto, CA 94105
7:00-7:45pm tech talk
8:10-9:05pm main talk
$15 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
No registration required
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