How to Visualise Data and Analytics on Mobile and Web Apps using Oracle JET

Discover how to use Oracle JET to build compelling visual analytics with a rich set of UI components

16 January 2017 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Discover the tools to visualise data and build engaging user interfaces!

Every business has lots of data. But what do you do with it as a developer?

Oracle JET is a toolkit that allows you to build interactive dashboards and visual analytics with a rich set of UI components and much, much, more.

Join us for an evening with Geertjan who will show us the exciting world of open source data visualisation tools and demo both mobile and web applications built using JET.

You will learn about Oracle JET, Oracle's free and open source toolkit, based on JavaScript, CSS3, and HTML5 and how JET can be used to build useful applications for business users.

Your Speaker - Geertjan Wielenga

Geertjan is a Principal Product Manager in the Oracle Developer Tools group and based in Amsterdam. He primarily works on open source products such as NetBeans and Oracle JET.

He is a Java technology enthusiast and evangelist, and a passionate public speaker who has written exensively on Java EE, HTML 5, and the Netbeans IDE.

Follow Geertjan on Twitter @GeertjanW , Github, and read his blog at blogs.oracle.com/geertjan

Schedule

6:30pm : Doors Open. Ticket Verification in Ground Floor Reception at the Helicon Building
7:00pm : Main Event: Oracle JET Presentation & Demo with Mobile Development focus
8:00pm : Question and Answer + Networking
8:30pm : Vacate Oracle office

How to Find the Venue

The event will take place inside Oracle's Helicon offices. Please allow for some time to sign in with the building security team on arrival. The address is: One South Place, London, EC2M 2RB and closest tube is Moorgate station.

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  • London App Brewery
  • Geertjan Wielenga

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