Catch me at JavaOne
As I mentioned in an earlier post, at JavaOne this year I'll be presenting a Birds-of-the-Feather session on Monday night (June 27th) at 9:30pm, entitled "The JavaServer Faces Ecosystem". I'll be talking about who the players, products, and organizations involved in the JSF community are, what they are doing, and how the community is growing. (You can view a detailed description at the JavaOne site).
If you're interested in seeing how JSF will evolve over time, or understanding what the whole point was in the first place, this is the session for you. Also, if you've been thinking about selling JSF components or other JSF-related products, this is a great chance to learn more about who your competitors might be, and how large of a market opportunity it could be.
On Tuesday, June 28th, at 4:00pm, I'll also be speaking at Oracle's mini-theatre on the exposition floor. I'll be talking about "JavaServer Faces Communities." This will cover some of the same topics, but will spend more time discussing my site, JSF Central, which is a JSF development community.
If you've been avoiding JavaOne of late, I recommend checking it out the next time you can. I think the conference's thunder has returned :-). See you in San Francisco!