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Opening Day... My Top Five Session Picks

Posted by jhurley on May 7, 2007 at 5:50 PM PDT

I'm really looking forward to the opening keynote tomorrow, and getting this year's conference started. It's been great already running into many familiar faces (some of which you only see once a year at JavaOne) around the Moscone Center and San Francisco.

Tuesday's schedule is packed with a lot of cool potential talks. Tough choices have to be made on which ones you're going to go to... here's my list of five "can't miss" sessions for Tuesday:

* TS-9370 10:50am Moscone Gateway 104

JRuby on Rails: Agility for the Enterprise

Charles Nutter, Thomas Enebo, Sun Microsystems

* TS-2707 3:20pm Moscone Gateway 102/103

Java Puzzlers, Episonde VI: The Phantom-Reference
Menace/Attack of the Clone/Revenge of the Shift

Joshua Bloch, Google, William Pugh, U of MD

* TS-64745 4:40pm Moscone Esplande 301

Developing Web 2.0 Mapping Applications

Eric Dylewski, NAVTEQ, Geoff Hendrey, deCarta

* BOF-2358 9:00pm Moscone Gateway 102/103

Closures for the Java Programming Language

Neal Gafter, Google

* BOF-1968 10:00pm Moscone North Meeting Room

Meet the Java Posse

Tor Norbye, Sun Microsystems

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