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Posted by ludo on June 9, 2006 at 10:44 AM PDT

Bonjour, comment Java?



I'll be attending the JBoss
World Vegas
conference next week in Las Vegas, doing some
Java EE 5 demos during Bill Shannon''s (Java EE 5 overall spec lead)
talk.
The "Java EE 5" talk is at 2:20pm on Wednesday. See the href="http://www.jbossworld.com/agenda_events.htm">agenda.
This will be the occasion to meet Emmanuel Bernard, the lead for
Hibernate at JBoss, an expert group member as well. I guess we'll be
preparing together a joint talk around Java EE 5, GlassFish, NetBeans
and of course JBoss, that we'll be giving in Paris (France) at the href="http://fr.sun.com/javaday2006/speakers.html">JavaDay event June 29th. The href="http://fr.sun.com/javaday2006/agenda.html">agenda mentions 2 interesting talks:



10:25 – 11:25 Java™ EE 5 Platform:
Even Easier With Tools


Ludovic Champenois - Senior Architect – Sun
Microsystems Corp

Emmanuel Bernard - Hibernate EntityManager Lead Developer - EJB3 EG
member



and another talk with Tug, from Oracle Corp, this time:



14:30 – 16:30 Technical Sessions

Session #3 : Developing Java EE 5 applications with
NetBeans and JavaServer™ Faces and EJB™ 3.0
Technology


Tugdual Grall - Oracle, Ludovic Champenois - Sun Microsystems
Corp




I guess in this session, we'll talk a lot about GlassFish Java EE 5,
TopLink Essentials (The JPA reference implementation in GlassFish Java
EE 5), and how you can use all these technologies with href="http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/persistence.html">NetBeans
5.5.



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Participation at the JavaDay is free, and you href="http://fr.sun.com/javaday2006/index.html">need to
register.



In between, I'll take some vacation in a wonderful place: href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajaccio">le Golf D'Ajaccio
in Corsica (France). href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_I_of_France">Napoleon
will not contradict me on this one...

Did you know that the Ajaccio city name is derived from the latin word
Ajax? Ajax! I wonder what will be cooking around href="https://ajax.dev.java.net/">Ajax in Corsica!
Stay tune :-)



Ludo

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