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Deadlines

Posted by daniel on November 21, 2003 at 7:57 AM PST

It doesn't seem as if more than a month has passed since we first told you the JavaOne submissions deadline was November 21. But that day has come and many of us will be flooding the server with submissions and requests for team passwords and logins we have forgotten.

Kimmy the wonderwife doesn't even shake her head any more. She wakes up and finds me already at the computer working on a session proposal. "Oh," she says with mock surprise, "is today the deadline?" It's not even that I could not decide what I wanted to propose for this year. I've known for months. I just didn't get around to submitting it because ... well, because it wasn't the last minute yet.

So, I have to cut this daily look at the java.net homepage short today so that I can crank out my BOF and session proposals. In case you are in the same position, here's your link to the JavaOne Conference page.

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