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JavaOne

Several pictures and short movies are here in the JavaOne folder, including the announcement of some of the winners of the 2009 JCP Program Awards 2009: JCP Program Member of the Year Apache Software Foundation (ASF) JCP Program Participant of the Year Doug Lea Outstanding Spec Lead for Java SE/EE Ed Burns for JSR 314 Most Innovative JSR for Java SE/EE JSR 316 , Java EE...
on Jun 15, 2009
Five days to the number one Java conference in the world, including the Moscone effervescent Pavilion, smart people, marketing, music, sandwiches, and a full week of opportunities to make business and to have fun. As usual, I am going to San Francisco looking for the best offerings of JavaONE regarding Java knowledge, and of course I have my own pack of spices to expose over there. During the...
on May 25, 2009
Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective. The highlights for me were: Java 100% Open Source: finally the great news was published out there - Java is definitely free for use, copy and distribution under GPLv2 Java FX: an impressive version of rich client platform that promises integration between desktop and mobile applications. The rapid application development is...
on May 8, 2007
Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective. The highlights for me were: Java 100% Open Source: finally the great news was published out there - Java is definitely free for use, copy and distribution under GPLv2 Java FX: an impressive version of rich client platform that promises integration between desktop and mobile applications. The rapid application development is...
on May 8, 2007
Netbeans Day is happening at Moscone and walking by San Francisco I had a chance to interview Leonardo Galvão - the magazine's editor. On board of a Star Bucks Cafe, Leonardo gave some tips about the new online resource for the Netbeans users. What is Netbeans Magazine ? Netbeans Magazine is an online technical publication about Netbeans Platform and also about projects and technologies...
on May 7, 2007
Someone who is preparing to attend big conferences like JavaOne and Jazoon'07 should make a criterious preparation in order to optimize the chances of learning and making contacts to smart people. Even minor details like clever clothes can make difference between a sucessful trip or a expensive waste of time. For me, a blogger, an important detail during the conferences is a robust notebook: a...
on Mar 19, 2007
Last week I received the news I expected the most: I was confirmed to go to JavaONE 2007. My last decade of Java living was a crazy moving on and passionate experience. I am leading a community, which has more than thousand people who are there working and promoting Java everyday :) during these last 8 years I tried 8 times to go to JavaONE. This year I am coming :))))))) A decade of great Java...
on Mar 11, 2007
How about a fidellity program for Java events? If you attend several Java events during the year, why not to get some advantage in the overall price? If your company usually support Java events for its developers, what about to present to the financial sector a yearly package of events with discount and benefits? This simple idea can provide more comfortable or at least give for more people the...
on Dec 6, 2006