Watch GraphConnect speaker James Ward, Principal Developer Evangelist at Heroku, present on Client/Server Applications with HTML5 and Java at JavaOne 2012:

The Web application landscape is rapidly shifting back to a client/server architecture. This time around, the client is JavaScript, HTML, and Cascading Style Sheets in the browser. The tools and deployment techniques for these types of applications are abundant and fragmented. This session shows you how to pull together jQuery, LESS, and Twitter Bootstrap to build the client. The server can be anything that talks HTTP, but this session uses JAX-RS. You will also learn how to deploy client/server Web applications in the cloud with a content delivery network (CDN) for the client and a PaaS for the server.

Neo Technology also had a presence at JavaOne 2012. CEO Emil Eifrem gave a talk called Graphs Are Everywhere: Neo4j for the Enterprise and Beyond, while developer Tobias Lindaaker gave three presentations at JavaOne: What’s What in NOSQL?, How Do Atomic Data Structures Work?, and Uncovering Hidden Power Tools in the JDK.