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What's new @ JavaOne 2007

Posted by arungupta on April 19, 2007 at 10:12 AM PDT

JavaOne 2007 is 18 days away and fever is building. Here is what's new at the
conference this year ...

  • CommunityOne
    (Monday, May7th) is a free, one-day event for open source and web
    developers that delivers technical information on free and open source
    projects including, NetBeans,
    OpenSolaris,
    GlassFish,
    OpenJDK and the
    Mobile & Embedded
    Community
    . You can find more details about GlassFish Day

    here
    .
    Registration
    includes free pass to first day of
    JavaOne.
  • Java Technology
    Business Day
    (Tuesday, May 8th) is designed for business and marketing
    leaders at companies delivering Java-based products, including software,
    hardware, content and services.
    Register today
    for $350.
  • JavaOne Camp (Tuesday & Wednesday,
    May 8th & 9th) is an
    unconference
    for you, by you. JavaOne Camp, on Tuesday and Wednesday
    evening, is a general assembly where attendees can propose the discussions
    that they're interested in leading. Click
    here
    to register for this event (free for conference attendees).
  • Java Technology
    in TV
    (Thursday, May 10th), aka Blu-ray Disc and Cable Day, is a special
    track of sessions and events around digital television software
    technologies. So if you would like to learn more about exciting content
    development opportunities in digital television, or if you're a current
    television developer to gain knowledge and skills applicable to OCAP, Blu-ray
    Disc-J, and related java technologies,
    register today
    for $350. Blu-ray Disc and Cable Day attendees will also gain admission to
    Thursday evening's Java After Dark event and Friday morning's General
    Session with James Gosling.
  • .org Pavilion
    is a pavilion space dedicated to featuring
    FOSS (Free and Open Source
    Software) communities that are driving Java innovation. Registration still
    open and details
    here.
Besides all these, JavaOne Conference is becoming more eco-friendly by
initiating a significant virtual campaign and printing on recycled paper using
soy-based inks. A total of 712 trees are saved with complete details
here.

And then of course, there is usual frenzy of
general
sessions
(aka keynote), early morning to late night
technical sessions/bofs,
pavilion
(reduced hours this time),
hands-on-labs,
Java University,
After Dark and many other activities.

Technology:
javaone

glassfish

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