- 9/22: Here is a detailed write-up of the keynote by Janice Heiss
A quick update on today’s JavaOne keynote with Thomas Kurian:
So you're going to JavaOne! What are you going to do there? Well, it all depends on what you're interested in, right? Lots of people have been posting their suggestions. Below, in no particular order, is a selection of recent suggestions on what to do at this year's JavaOne.
As posted before I will be doing at least two sessions this year. Just wanted to alert you so reserve your spot via the JavaOne Schedule Builder as rooms are smaller this year and may fill up quickly:
As blogged a few days ago the LWUIT webinar “Go Mobile with Our Lightweight User Interface Toolkit for Java” is scheduled for Sep 16.
- 9/13: Added a number of links off the JavaOne home page
With JavaOne only a few days away things are getting busy. Where can you stay on top of what’s happening?
I am currently putting the finishing touches on a new webinar titled “Advanced User Interfaces for Mass-Market Phones with LWUIT”.
JavaOne is only a little more than two weeks away. Even though JavaOne is, for the first time this year, co-located with Oracle Develop, JavaOne is still very much an event in its own right.
Just some interesting links I stumbled over during the last two weeks or so:
Now that JDK 6u21, JavaFX 1.3.1 and NetBeans 6.9.1 are all finally released, I'm back to checking the latest news and improvements in JavaFX.