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JavaOne 2011 Highlights
If you did not get a chance to attend J1/2011 (like me), you may be wondering what are the major happenings?Luckily, Oracle is making videos of keynotes available.  Here are a few highlights you can check out now:
Java Rap Video (yes, represent for your Java Homies! Oracle has a sense of humor)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Cr0EWwaTk

Java 7/8 Technical Highlights (Monday)https://www.youtube.com/java#p/a/B6F4FF1E19BD80FE/0/TOnVP05shpI

Watch Live keynotes today/tomorrow - http://www.oracle.com/javaone/live/

Will post more as they become available.
-- Vladimir Vivien-- 

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