JavaOne conference is coming and you are preparing yourself for a great moment at California, right? And what about your notebook? Is it nice for conferences? Here it comes some tips about equipments suitable for big conferences.
The 2007 JavaOne Conference is right around the corner, May 8 - 11. JavaOne is the largest Java technology conference of the year. Drop the excuses, you have to be there.
A summary of the trajetory from a simple Java student during my university days until the confirmation of my first JavaONE as Senior Software Engineer - a gratitude to my sponsors and a motivation for the ones just starting the carrier and thinking about Californian Java dreams.
JavaOne 2007 complete session
schedule is now available.
As I mentioned earlier,
this is going to be lots of fun. If you are interested in hearing about Sun's
Web services strategy, here is a compilation of all the related sessions:
Takes two to Tango: Java Web
Services and .NET Interoperability
Unleashing the Power of JAX-WS RI: Spring...
After going to JavaOne last year, I decided against attending it this year in favor of TSS Java Symposium. Maybe it's a horrible decision and I'll regret it later, but I do have my reasons for spending my money elsewhere.
The content selection team (aka "The PC", for Program Committee) invited several renowned members of the Java developer community to participate in our review and selection process for JavaOne. Their names are...
Who thought that JavaOne could cause heart thumping drama? With little more than 48 hours until the Call for Papers closes (12/15), it's an experience I probably will never get used to.
Reminds me of "To Infinity and Beyond" by the famous Disney
Lightyear. A brief description
of Buzz Lightyear is:
"He's the ultimate good cop. Buzz proudly fights for all that is good
and pure in the universe. His toughest fight is against the greatest threat ever
known to the Galactic Alliance...the most nefarious force of evil in the
universe...the diabolical fiend...
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?
I'm not making a wish list for JavaOne, I'm inviting YOU to tell me (and the Program Committee) who you'd like to have speak and on what for the 2007 JavaOne Conference.
A sincere "mea culpa" to all those interested in hearing about the behind the scenes goings ons with JavaOne. Forgive me? And check out what's new for 2007 JavaOne. Hint: it's all about the content.
Dion Almaer and I were given the opportunity to deliver a talk on Ajax at JavaOne earlier this year. Many of you told us was that you wished we went into greater depth. I'm happy to say that the Ajax firehouse is wide open: Dion and I are hosting a conference in Boston next month. Also, I'm soliciting some feedback for a Desktop Developer's Conference (again).
Do you wanna see how James Gosling, Charlie Hunt, Rich Green, Tim Boudreau, Simon Phipps and a lot of personalities from javaland got a kick ? Go and see this amazing video, made during JavaOne 2006.
Why can't Java have a recognizable noun as a mascot? Ever since JavaOne 2006, I've had to deal with all kinds of questions about Duke...
A new sample is added to WSIT samples that shows an enterprise Web service
enabling integration both within and across boundaries. This sample demonstrates
a price quotation service that provides list price to clients based on the
product identifiers. The client makes a request to a Retail Quote Service (RQS)
which then communicates with multiple Wholesale Quote Service (WQS) to get the...
So many people came to JavaOne wrapup seminar held in Seoul, Korea on 8 July. I think it was so popular because this seminar covers most interesting topics in this year JavaOne - Java SE 6, Java EE 5, EJB3, Ajax and Scripting language.
My session was about "GlassFish, EJB 3.0 and Java Persistence API". The presentation material covers more things than was metioned in the seminar. You can download it.
A quick notice - the JavaOne technical sessions are online at http://developers.sun.com/learning/javaoneonline/
So although this year was the first year that I missed in string of successive JavaOne's, I thought I would share a recent email exchange from one my compatriots in the Java community who was a registered speaker. I've generalized this story for obvious reasons...
I was laughing because I got reviewed as a speaker for the BOF even though I wasn't there .... What had me really weirded out was...
On 8 July there will be JavaOne 2006 wrapup seminar in Seoul hosted by Sun and Korean community JCO(Java Community Org). The agenda is as follows.