Webinar Notes: Typesafe William Hill Omnia Patrick Di Loreto
GeekOut 2015 Summary
I last had the pleasure of visiting the lovely Baltic city of Tallinn in 2012, when I presented JSF 2.2 and the Rockstar talk at GeekOut 2012. Now that I've got something new (for me anyway) to talk about I made the cut and was invited back to present Servlet 4.0 at GeekOut 2015.
Recent Ripple of JSF Extensions
My colleague Manfred Riem tipped me off to a new framework built on JSF, ButterFaces. This whimsical name started an amusing Twitter thread, but also, and much more importantly brought several other new JSF extensions to light.
ConFESS 2015 Wrap Up
JavaLand 2015 Wrap Up
After months of preparation, it all came down to three days of intense execution, and I was just one speaker. I can only marvel at the logistical acumen that was on display from the JavaLand and DOAG team.
JavaLand 2015 Early Adopter's Area
With only 25 business days to go until JavaLand 2015, now's a good time to share the plans for the Early Adopter's area and Hackergarten.
JavaLand 2015 Conference Picks
With only 44 business days to go until JavaLand 2015, I’d like to share my conference picks. I’m including my sessions for completeness, and naturally I recommend you attend them, but I’ll also include an alternate that I’d attend if I wasn’t speaking at that time.
JavaLand Training Day Teaser
With only 61 days to go until JavaLand 2015, it's high time for a preview of the Training Day session I am pleased to offer with my friend Oliver Szymanksi. Briefly, this session is a full day treatment of the parts of Java EE 7 that intersect with the world of HTML5 web development.
With all of my formal JavaOne conference obligations satisfied, day four was dedicated to listening. Another day, another hotel. The community keynote had a little bit of everything and was in the San Francisco Marriott, bringing to four the total number of separate buildings I had to visit for JavaOne.
Day three was definitely the high point of the conference for me. As anyone who has spoken at tech conferences knows, the point in time when all of one's sessions have been given is the turning point between tempered enjoyment and pure enjoyment of the conference. I was blessed with the scheduling this year; I was all done after Wednesday.