NetBeans World Tour makes its first stop in Japan next week. NetBeans Software Day is Nov 7 2005.
Time to start thinking about what to submit...
Sun has now released the 2005 and 2004 JavaOne technical sessions with slides synchronized to the speaker's audio and including a full-text transcript of the speeches.
Bring on the session schedule.
In order to enjoy JavaOne Tokyo, you have to get there first. Unless you speak Japanese and are accustomed to riding subways and trains, getting there might just be the hardest part of the experience.
When you get a chance to go to JavaOne, you don't pass it. And when you get a chance to go to JavaOne Tokyo, well, you really make an effort to make the most of it!
I just completed an extensive writeup of my experiences at JavaOne 2005, complete with stories about members of the JSF community and a blurb about my presentation (which was jam-packed).
Scott received his JavaONE survey but it was unsatisfying. Here's a couple of notes the JavaONE organizers need to hear.
Slides from my JavaOne Birds-Of-Feather
I swear to god, if i hear the word "cool" one more time, i'll put a gun to my head and pull the trigger. But then, i look at my own nick and take a deep breath. There's a cartoon too.
I attend JavaOne this week, a wonderfull event. Have lots of fun, and meet lots of interesting people. This is some of my impressions on what I see there.
Note for future events: If you are going to go to the bother of raising the curtain on a new age, make it meaningful ...
"One more cup of coffee for the road. More more cup of coffee before I go, to the valley below." -- Bob Dylan.
Scott's final blog from JavaONE SF 2005. Inspired by the general sessions panel, he takes a few shots at where the power of Java might lead us.
In his Thursday keynote, James Gosling showed off some Duke Award-winning technologies, and we bid farewell to JavaOne. (with pictures)
My favorite heroes of each JavaOne are the Duarte folks. They are behind the scenes but they have saved me time and time again doing those last minute changes to my presentation.
Thoughts from day three of JavaOne SF 2005.
Java's 10th birthday rock and roll celebration (pictures)
The perfect software solution may come along when you least expect it.
DARPA's challenge and a couple of Jini-related events round out day 3 of JavaONE 2005.