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JavaOne

In the past couple weeks we've featured lots of news about the scheduling of developer events at this year's JavaOne Conference. In today's blogs, Roberto Chinnici announces the JavaOne 2009 Script Bowl Call for Proposals. The actual session for the script bowl is PAN-5348, "Scripting Bowl 2009: A Scripting Languages Shootout." But what kind of script must you write if you participate? Finding...
on Apr 14, 2009
I help organize the JavaOne conference, working with a team of about a dozen people to review talks for the Next Generation Web track - which covers Web 2.0 stuff, cloud computing, JavaScript on the web client, Comet, REST, that sort of thing. You know, all the really good stuff that you want to see. Every year, we have a problem - too many good talks in some areas, not enough good talks in...
on Dec 4, 2008
My colleague Judith Lilienfeld did the MC honors at this year's NetBeans Day in San Francisco. I'm amazed that this went by and did not get blogged about, so I'll have to do the ungainly honors... The demo of the morning was using JasperReports iReport plug-in to create a report with pie charts based on a database, without writing any code. The Saturday before NetBeans Day, my colleague Brian...
on Jun 3, 2008
Do check out the presentations for JavaOne 2008. They are all in PDF, organized by subject: Cool Stuff, Java SE, Java EE, and so forth. Only a very few presentations are missing, I heard, and they will be available soon. A ton of expertise and insight is reflected in the presentations. I, for one, will dive in soon.
on May 30, 2008
This is the fourth installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installments covered Java futures, Java programming practice, and concurrency. This one covers JMX stuff. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that...
on May 28, 2008
This is the third installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installments covered Java futures and Java programming practice. This one covers concurrency. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that the Trademark Police...
on May 27, 2008
This is the second installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installment covered Java futures. This one covers Java programming practice. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that the Trademark Police typically impose on talk titles, so...
on May 26, 2008
I was at JavaOne again this year, and this time I found time to go to a surprising number of talks. I started writing a summary of them but it grew to about six screenfuls, so I decided to post it in installments. Here's the first installment, covering the talks about Java futures. The titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme...
on May 23, 2008
More adventures at the Pavilion on Day Three of the 2008 JavaOne Conference... Sorry for the delay on getting this up folks... I've been catching up back at my day job too. We have more cool stuff coming though, and it'll be worth the wait... I promise!
on May 16, 2008
There is no word to describe what is JavaOne. If I take a try, I would say that is definitely awesome! It rocks! It is the best geek tourism ever!!! The sessions are great, the speakers are great, the Pavillion is great, the communities, companies, people, all the information, flyers, talks, contests, chats, demos, videos, places, souvenirs, stuff, food, parties, pubs, dinners... the coolest...
on May 13, 2008
JavaOne 2008 is finally over ... 9th consecutive one for me and extremely busy as always! John talked about GlassFish related announcements. Some important names/renames/announcements: "Sun Java System Application Server" is now "Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server" GlassFish Enterprise Server Unlimited (page coming soon) - Deploy as much as GlassFish Enterprise Server GlassFish Initiative for...
on May 13, 2008
Continuing from Take 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and the last lot of pictures from JavaOne 2008. Music before Day 4 opening ... All JavaOne 2008 pictures are available here. Technorati: conf javaone javaone2008 photography
on May 12, 2008
Enjoy some videos of Smash Mouth @ JavaOne "After Dark" party. All JavaOne 2008 pictures are available here. Technorati: conf javaone javaone2008 smashmouth sanfrancisco
on May 12, 2008
The saddest day at the conference is undoubtly friday, when they pack the pavillion stuff and you perceive that the thing is almost over. For some reasons, however, friday has been one of my most important days at the conference thanks to a long talk with Henry Story, which will have some consequences for blueMarine. Stay tuned. Spent saturday at Muir Woods and Point Reyes, spent sunday on the...
on May 12, 2008
I really enjoy JavaOne, I've been to pretty much every show since the first JavaOne in 1996. This year I think JavaOne was an eye-opener on many levels, the Java ecosystem is very much alive. The pavilion floor was full of vendors, there were lines for the sessions and even back to lines to the restrooms. I met some folks who hadn't been to JavaOne since Java 5 came out so it was great to see...
on May 9, 2008
Hundreds of sessions, thousands of people...and what did I come away with? Lots of t-shirts, plush toys, and more t-shirts. Oh, and 3 main things related to my work: REST, Ruby, and NetBeans. REST -- Want to communicate with web services? You'd better learn something about REST APIs. I can't give a full tutorial here. I hardly know enough myself. But I can give you some info. Give everything an...
on May 9, 2008
This morning, James Gosling gave his traditional keynotes speech, with a series of impressive and entertaining demonstrations. What came across was the vast range of in which Java is being used. From online gaming to 3D graphics on mobile phones, from Smart Cards to particle accelerators at the CERN, from intelligent pens to robotic cars and power stations, Java is being used absolutely...
on May 9, 2008
One of the great things about many applications these days is their open API for end-user additions or extensions or plug-ins. OpenOffice allows you to add your own functionality to the application as well, and you can create those extensions with Java of course. And tools like NetBeans make this easier than you might suspect by providing wizards to help you get started. The OpenOffice API is...
on May 9, 2008
Continuing from Take 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and more pictures from JavaOne 2008. All JavaOne 2008 pictures are available here. Technorati: conf javaone javaone2008 photography
on May 9, 2008
Thursday was an interesting day, but tiring. The third day of a conference always seems to be the roughest in terms of comfort level. One or all of the following is guaranteed to be aching at any given time: Feet: From standing around talking to people or waiting in line Back: From lugging around the asymptotically increasing contents of your backpack Butt: From sitting on those innocent-...
on May 9, 2008