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Java Cro ’13 – 2nd International Java Conference in Croatia

Posted by in News | May 29, 2013

The 2nd International Java Conference in Croatia Java Cro ’13 will be held June 3-5, 2013, in Tuhelj. In 3 days more than 300 participants are expected and conference program includes more than 50 sessions.

For this conference Neos has prepared an interesting lecture on the current topic of integration of social networks into business systems and we would like to invite you to visit the lecture by Tihomir Tomašević and Emina Elezović on June 3 at 15.10 in the Invigo conference room.

Business value of social networks is growing every day. Companies are in search of information about their users so they could be able to further improve their products and services and offer personalized experience to their users. Find out at our lecture how Java, in spite of not having official API support for biggest social networks, can gather data from them and how to convert Big Data into Useful Data.

You can find out more on JavaCro ’13 here and for a more detailed list and schedule see agenda.

Facebook user authentication in Java web application

Posted by in Blog | June 21, 2012

Facebook is the biggest social networking website intended to connect friends, family, and business associates. With over 800 million users and counting, application developers are in need of user information integration with the biggest social network. That means using Facebook user data as the primary authentication mechanism in their applications and/or reading user data from Facebook so the user doesn’t have to fill out annoying registration forms.

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Virtual Java Developer Day

Posted by in News | February 14, 2012

If you want to find out what’s new in Java world from your own office, join free Java Virtual Developer Day which will be held on February 28, 2012.

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Java/JEE software development frameworks

Posted by in Blog | December 19, 2011

In the past decade, investments in IT solutions based on Java technology have been counted in billions, and it is certain that in the coming years this trend will not be changed. If we consider that the major players in the IT market have recognized Java as the “de-facto” standard for enterprise scale product development, that Oracle got Java in the recent acquisition of SUN, that IBM made a huge investment in WebSphere middleware, and that Java middleware is the fastest-growing business of JBoss, it sounds unreasonable to start with development of new solutions and not think about Java as a candidate platform for development. So what about Java development on enterprise scale level? Are there any available “add-ons” (frameworks) that can help us in development process?

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Microsite launch

Posted by in News | October 17, 2011

We are extremely proud and happy to launch a new website dedicated to ADF Kickstart. This website is intended for those who want to learn more about the functionalities and possibilities of our development platform and those who do not want to waste time but focus on more specific application development demands. Here you will discover that some processes are no longer painful and time-consuming.

Take a tour of our website and find out more about the application elements, read the latest news from the world of Java development, find out about our educational programs and ways in which we can help you and your professional development.

HrOUG 2011

Posted by in News | October 16, 2011

Croatian Oracle User Group (HrOUG in Croatian) will hold their 16th Annual Conference from October 18th to October 22nd 2011 at the hotel Istra, on the Red Island near Rovinj.

More than 120 events will be presented at the conference, such as lectures, workshops, round table discussions, demogrounds, meetings etc. Particular emphasis will be on traditional Fusion Middleware where you will be able to hear everything there is to hear about Cloud Computing, Exadata, Exalogic and Business Intelligence. Application development tools are an addition to Applications part. A special surprise will be the Java day. Java developers and users will meet for the first time since the beginnings of the conference.

Neos experts have also prepared lectures and workshops for the conference. Within the well-known Fusion Middleware Tino Cindrić will hold a lecture called „WebLogic Configuration Management in Java“ . This lecture will show the programming interface standardization through the Weblogic MBeans structure and demonstrate some practical solutions.

Andreja Sambolec’s workshop is called „Rapid ADF development with Neos ADF KickStart“  and it will show how to approach further application development using NEOS ADF KickStart and how to use the existing module functionalities.