Berlin conferences: Berlin.jar and OSiM World
It's been nice and quiet for a couple of weeks - no travel. Now the conference circuit is starting up again and so in a couple of days I will head up to Berlin, Germany for two conferences:
Berlin.jar is the first Java conference in Berlin run by the students of the Fachhochschule fÃ¼r Technik und Wirtschaft together with the JUG Berlin Brandenburg. Should be a fun get-together over two days (Sept 13-14), with a BBQ on Saturday evening. I'll be a talking on Sunday about "New and cool stuff in open source mobile Java"
OSiM World a few days later (Sept 16-17) is a whole different ball game - a big gathering of over 400 decision makers and developers including CEOs, CTOs, VPs, and Directors of most of the big names in the mobile industry. I'll be participating in a panel discussion on Wednesday afternoon ("Future Strategies to Combat Both Linux & Java Fragmentation") and talking about "Open Source Java and its Impact upon the Mobile Industry" on Thursday afternoon. Looking forward to catching up with a lot of folks while I'm there.
See you there,