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Blog Archive for editor during May 2009

I've compiled the following schedule of JavaOne technical sessions, BOFs, and ancillary events where members of the java.net community will be presenting during JavaOne week. This schedule does not include the java.net Community Corner events that will be taking place at the java.net booth in the JavaOne Pavillion. Here's the current java.net community's JavaOne week presentations schedule...
The Java.net Spotlight area in the right column of the front page is being used to highlight JavaOne related news as the conference proceeds. Here's what has been spotlighted thus far: Sid just published a schedule of OpenSSO events during JavaOne week: "Join us Sunday May 31st, for OpenSSO Community Day at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It's our 'unconference' before the main conference...
As these past couple weeks passed, I began to realize that there was a lot more I wanted to write in advance of JavaOne than was going to be possible. Today is no different. I have to leave soon to catch my plane. So, what I was planning on writing here this morning will have to wait until tonight or tomorrow. Which brings up a relevant topic: what you'll see on the Java.net front page and in...
While JavaOne is certainly the focus of the coming week's activities in San Francisco, there are many other Java-related events during the week, including Community Leaders' Weekend at JavaOne. This will be the formal kick-off of JavaOne week for many people in the Java.net community, including the Java.net staff and leaders of several of the most active java.net communities. While the event...
I'd like to write a blog and/or post a schedule of presentations, panel sessions, and BOFs that will be given/led by members of the java.net community. If you're a member of the Java.net community (for example, you lead or participate in a java.net project or a java.net community) and you'll be giving a technical session, participating on a panel, or leading a BOF, leave a comment below, and I...
A lot of people are blogging about either the presentations they'll be making at Community One and JavaOne or the sessions they recommend and hope to attend. Yesterday I noticed that Fabrizio Giudici's Community One and JavaOne conference plans illustrate that you can experience the conferences as focusing on cloud computing -- there are enough sessions and panels and BOFs centered on the cloud...
In looking at the personal Community One and JavaOne schedule Fabrizio Giudici recently posted, I was struck by the frequency of the the word "cloud" in his planned schedule. On Monday, June 1, at Community One, Fabrizio will be attending "Practical Cloud Computing Patterns." At JavaOne, he'll be attending "Google App Engine: Java Technology in the Cloud" (TS-3817) on Tuesday; "Continuous...
Our just-closed poll showed that interest in this year's JavaOne Conference is high, despite the economic situation (which is surely keeping many people who wish they could attend at home). There were 332 votes cast, with the following results: How closely will you follow JavaOne 2009? 7.5% (25 votes) - I'll be at the conference 22.8% (76 votes) - I'll follow the conference closely online 48....
Scanning java.net blogs and various sites on the wider net, there is an increasing frequency of posts announcing people's JavaOne plans. As Danny Coward puts it in his Countdown to JavaOne 2009 post in Java Today: you can gauge people's stress levels quite easily: Are they counting off the days until JavaOne begins, or the number of days until it ends? The latter group, I guess, isn't ready...
Java Tools Community Leader Fabiane Bizinella Nardon will be presenting at least two mini-talks at Java.net's Community Corner 2009. The sessions and/or podcasts will take place at the Java.net booth in the JavaOne Pavilion. On Tuesday, June 2, at 6:00 PM, Fabiane will participate in a roundtable discussion with fellow Brazilian Bruno Souza, founder of SouJava, one of the largest Java User...