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Announcing: Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days, January 22-24, 2008

Posted by terrencebarr on October 2, 2007 at 5:27 AM PDT

Have you been missing a dedicated conference for mobile and embedded Java? A place to get together with peers, community members, and industry experts to deep-dive on all things Java mobile & embedded? A conference that is driven by the community for the community? Where you decide on the topics?

We thought so ... ;-) In fact, we've heard this request many times at conferences around the world when mobile and embedded topics are often just tacked on to existing "Big Java" conferences and as a result the content and participation just doesn't satisfy the mobile and embedded developer.

So, after months of thinking, probing, and investigating we decided it was time to "roll our own" (drum roll please ...)

Announcing the first ever

Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days
January 22-24, 2008
in the Auditorium of the Sun Microsystems Campus
Santa Clara, CA, USA

This conference is devoted solely to the technologies of mobile and embedded Java platforms and is targeted for application developers of intermediate and advanced skill levels, platform developers, and technical personnel at tool vendors, OEMs and carriers.

Content areas are expected to include the traditional phone and PDA development on the Java ME platform as well as SunSPOT wireless sensors, Trackbot and Java robotics, and other small Java systems used in machinery and process control but centered around Java, JavaME, and open
source aspects of Java. We want this to be a community-driven conference. We are looking forward to your involvement in making this an interesting and interactive event.

The Call for Papers will begin October 2, 2007 and will end October 31, 2007. Registration is expected to be open November 1, 2007.

Click here for more information about the conference, including information on how to get the latest news and updates, get involved, and submit papers.

It's going to be a whole lot of fun (and a whole lot of work!). We're looking forward to your ideas, input, and participation!

Cheers,

-- Terrence

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