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2017 JavaOne Live Streaming Day 3

Welcome to day 3 of the live streaming from JavaOne. You can watch the live streaming of sessions from six rooms at JavaOne. The sessions start at 8:00am and run until 4:00pm today, leaving time for attendees to get to the CloudFest at AT&T Park tonight. I hope you have joined the conversation on Twitter using #JavaOne and followed us @javaoneconf

Plenty of excellent Java SE 9 sessions again today. Sander Mak and Paul Bakker present Design for Modularity with Java 9 at 10:45am; Miro Cupak talks about Java 9 with REPL at 1:45pm; Simon Maple and Oleg Shelajev talk about The Good Cop/Bad Cop Guide to Java 9 at 4:30pm 

Some highlights for Java EE 8 today, Jose Paumard and David Delabassee present JAX-RS and CDI Bike the (Reactive) Bridge at 9:00am PST; Ed Burns talks about Contemporary Java Web Applications with JSF 2.3 at 10:00am PST; and Antoine Sabot-Durand discusses CDI 2.0 in a live coding session at 12:00pm. There is a panel discussion about Accelerating the Adoption of Java EE 8 with MicroProfile at 11:45am PST. 

Java SE 9 Sessions:

Database Actions with Java 9 Stream Syntax Instead of SQL [HOL4286]
Code Generation with Annotation Processors: State of the Art in Java 9 [CON3282]
Designing for Modularity with Java 9 [CON2606]
Platform Compatibility and Upgradability: The Untold Cloud Story [CON5788]
Exploring Java 9 with REPL [CON3423]
JUnit5: Features, Architecture, and Extensibility—Part 2 [CON4195]
Building and Testing Java 9 Applications with Gradle [CON2996]
The Good Cop/Bad Cop Guide to Java 9 [CON6076]

Java EE 8 Sessions:

JAX-RS and CDI Bike the (Reactive) Bridge [CON2549]
Contemporary Java Web Applications with JSF 2.3 [CON2023]
Panel: Accelerating the Adoption of Java EE 8 with MicroProfile [CON1825]
Discover CDI 2.0 in Live Coding [CON6083]
Java EE 8 on a Diet with Payara Micro 5 [CON3013]

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