NetBeans Day and Jazoon, Zurich
Just a quick reminder: european developers should not forget the NetBeans Day in Zurich, next Saturday. It's a FREE event and you will have the chance of knowing all the things that you always wanted to know about NetBeans, from the mouth of evangelists, the NetBeans staff and other developers. I also see a "beerbust" in the agenda at the end of the meeting... ;-) - indeed I don't drink beer, but sounds as a good chance to meet people.
A couple of days later, the Jazoon conference will start (some Tutorials are scheduled Sunday). This is my quick list of talks that I'm mostly interested:
- (1940) Space Based Architecture - Scalable as Google, Simple as Spring
Nati Shalom â€“ GigaSpaces Technologies Inc.
- (1280) What makes NetBeans the best IDE for Java ME Development?
Fabiola Gallegos â€“ Sun Microsystems, Prague Czech Republic
Lukas Hasik â€“ Sun Microsystems, Prague Czech Republic
- (402) From J2ee to JavaEE... and beyond â€“ A reference architecture for Java EE 5 Web applications
Filippo Diotalevi â€“ independent consultant
- (1120) Dual-Core, Niagara, Rock - Why Java Developers should care about Hardware
Peter Gassmann â€“ Sun Microsystems (Schweiz) AG
- (870) Semantic Mash-ups using RDF, RSS and Microformats Dean Allemang â€“ TopQuadrant Inc.
- (442) Project Schliemann: Generic Support for Integration of Programming and Scripting Languages into NetBeans IDE
Daniel Prusa â€“ Sun Microsystems Jan Jancura â€“ Sun Microsystems
- (860) Java DB Performance
Olav SandstÃ¥ â€“ Sun Microsystems
- (180) Low Fat Grid: A RESTful Grid Service for Non-Programmers Jason Brazile â€“ Remote Sensing Labs, University of Zurich
- (2161) JavaFX Script - Declarative GUI Programming Language for the Java Platform
Anatoli Fomenko â€“ Sun Microsystems Inc. Gregory Murray â€“ Sun Microsystems, Inc
- (1380) Managing Wireless Sensor Networks with Java Olivier Liechti â€“ University of Applied Sciences / HEIG-VD
David Johannot â€“ University of Applied Sciences / HEIG-VD
- (200) Integrated Profiling
Gregg Sporar â€“ Sun Microsystems, Inc.
- (868) Web 3.0: This Is The Semantic Web Henry Story â€“ Sun Microsystems
- (1720) Parancoe: easy going web applications Lucio Benfante â€“ JUG Padova Paolo Foletto â€“ JUG Padova
Whew... there's a lot of stuff, and also some timetable clashes (including those caused by my own presentations), so I will make final decisions there.