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Terrence Barr, Senior Technologist Oracle

Terrence Barr

Biography: Terrence Barr

I am a Senior Technologist for Mobile and Embedded Technologies at Oracle. Over the last 15 years I have worked on various technical aspects of mobile and embedded systems and Java platforms including industrial control systems, multiprocessor architectures, implementation and optimization of virtual machines, byte code hardware acceleration, advanced client-side and mobile applications, scalable client-server architectures, and more. I participate or have participated in industry organizations and standards bodies such as JCP, VITA, EEMBC, OMA, and AMI-C, and have authored or co-authored a number of U.S. and European patents, and speak frequently at conferences around the world including JavaOne, Jazoon, OREDEV, OSiM, and others.

Presentation: Embedded Java: Smart, Connected, Pervasive

Track: Technology Tuesday / Time: Tuesday 13:30 - 14:15 / Location: Don Giovanni 2

In this session we will learn about embedded Java products and technologies that enable smart and connected devices across a wide range of industries such as industrial control and automation, embedded gateways and servers, machine-to-machine (M2M), medical, and others.

Presentation: Future of Java

Time: Wednesday 09:30 - 10:15 / Location: Don Giovanni 1

In the 15 years since its birth on prototype consumer devices within Sun, through its early fame making web pages come alive with Java applets, Java has become a pervasive force in all aspects of computing from smart cards and mobile phones to powering some of the world's biggest enterprises. This keynote will cover the latest Java trends and Java developments, including enhancements in the Java Platform, from core Java SE and its reformation as a modular platform, and exciting new extensions to the Java language, to the new Java APIs for JavaFX opening new possibilities for rich client applications, and the new simplicity of enterprise computing in Java EE.