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Feedback from the IDE Day in Genoa

Posted by fabriziogiudici on March 12, 2008 at 2:14 AM PDT

A quick feedback from the IDE Day in Genoa, waiting for the other IDE Day in Rome to be over before posting a final report. Well, the day in Genoa was a success: while I don't have gotten yet the official data, there should have been 130+ attendees, which is very good. The talks by our guests from IntelliJ, Oracle and Sun were of very high quality, as expected; and the large number of questions proved that they caught the attention of people. Congratulations to the JUG steering commitee for their first large event, even considering that they resumed the JUG almost from zero about one year ago.

In spite of being my home town, unfortunately I wasn't able to attend it because of an engagement in Milan; I only got in in the latest minutes of the panel session. But I fully enjoyed the final dinner based on genoese cuisine and fish... :-)



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That's a wonderful reference :-) We should have thought it by ourselves.

from javaWorld newsletter The IDEs of March: The middle of March is sometimes called the Ides of March, denoting the full moon, the fifteenth day of the month, the assassination of Julius Caesar (on March 15, 44 B.C.) or impending doom -- depending on whom you ask. It seems fitting that this year the Ides of March should also bring the second European IDE (as in integrated development environment) shootout, in Rome, Italy. Actually, part two of the "shootout" ended last night, so just a bit short of the Ides. ;-)