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jMaki and GlassFish @ OSCON

Posted by arungupta on July 20, 2007 at 8:31 AM PDT
Sun Microsystems is a platinum sponsor
of OSCON 2007
(Jul 23-27, Portland, OR). There are

tutorials
,

sessions
,
bofs,
expo
hall
and other
events.

Sun's continued commitment to Open Source is reflected in its leadership
and key contributions to the many projects including
OpenSolaris,
OpenOffice.org,
GNOME,
Grid Engine,
java.net,
Jini,
JXTA,
GlassFish,
NetBeans, and
Mozilla.

jMaki is another such commitment! It's
an open source lightweight Ajax framework to build Web 2.0 applications that
will be shown at the
Expo Hall.
We will show how jMaki enables cool and useful
mashups.
Previous Posts show some
of the capabilities of jMaki.

And of course there is a booth on
GlassFish
- an open source, production quality and Java EE 5 compatible
application server.

You can
sign up
for a free pass.

A complete list of Sun sessions is listed below.

Session Title Speaker Time Location

Performance Whack-a-Mole

Josh Berkus
, PostgreSQL Lead, Sun Microsystems
10:45AM -
11:30AM
Portland 251

Better Desktop Java Development Using the Beans Binding and Swing
Application Frameworks



Chet Haase
,

Sun
Microsystems


11:35AM
- 12:20PM

D137-138

Project Indiana: The Road to Solaris Next



Ian Murdock
, Chief OS Platform Strategist,

Sun
Microsystems

11:35AM -
12:20PM
E141

OpenJDK: The First Eight Months



Mark Reinhold
, Java SE Chief Engineer,

Sun
Microsystems


4:30PM
- 5:15PM

Portland 252

Apache OFBiz, a Real-world Open Source ERP: Using the Power of Business
to Your Benefit

Bruno Souza
, NetBeans Community Manager,

Sun
Microsystems,

Ean Schuessler
, CTO, Brainfood Media Systems
4:30PM -
5:15PM
D133

Memory Leaks in Java Applications: Different Tools for Different Types
of Leaks



Gregg Sporar
, Technology Evangelist,

Sun
Microsystems


10:45AM
- 11:30AM

Portland 251

State of Lightning Talks



Josh Berkus
, PostgreSQL Lead,

Sun
Microsystems

10:45AM -
12:20PM
Portland 252

Why Observability Matters - How DTrace Helped Twitter



Adam Leventhal
, Solaris Kernel Engineer,

Sun
Microsystems,

Brendan Gregg
,

Sun
Microsystems


10:45AM
- 11:30AM

Portland 255

How to Build, Run, and Develop Code with the phoneME Open Source Project



Roger Brinkley
, Senior Staff Engineer,

Sun
Microsystems

11:35AM -
12:20PM
Portland 251

Refactoring to Seam



Brian Leonard
, Senior Software Engineer,

Sun
Microsystems, Inc.


11:35AM
- 12:20PM

D139-140

RIA Platforms and Open Source



Nathan Torkington
, Conference Chair, O'Reilly Media, Inc.


Nandini Ramani
, Co-Chair, W3C SVG Working Group,

Sun
Microsystems


James Ward
, Technical Evangelist, Adobe Systems

1:45PM -
3:20PM
Portland 252

Kitchen Sink Language



Peter von der Ahé
, javac Tech Lead,

Sun
Microsystems


2:35PM
- 3:20PM
F151

 

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