Apple offered two surprise BoF's at JavaOne - a "surprise" because they hadn't previously been announced or expected and just appeared in the addendum and corrections to the JavaOne show schedule. Still, about a hundred developers managed to find their way over to the Marriott to see the show.
Getting the word out
In yesterday's blog, I made the point that a good time to make project-related announcements is pretty much any of the 51 weeks of the year that don't coincide with JavaOne, as announcements from Sun tend to drown out everyone else's announcements and releases. Today, I'd like to share another tip with you:
It's not all about JavaOne after all...
I'll be ready to do this again after 11 months' rest...
Your editor is back in Atlanta after taking the red-eye home from JavaOne, operating on 90 minutes' airplane sleep, and will let this photo from Scott Schram serve as the wrap-up and farewell:
New names, old friends, and a roadmap
JavaOne is underway, with a lenghty Monday morning general session laying out the future of the Java SE and Java EE platforms. I took dutiful notes, for use in a show recap that will appear on ONJava Wednesday night. When it was over, my battery had about a 21% charge.
That's when it hit me: there are no power stips in the public areas
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