A few photos from around JavaOne, taken with the world's weirdest lens.
Here are some pictures from JavaOne 2009 Day 1 ...
And the evolving album at ...
See ya tomorrow at JavaOne Day 2!
The next best thing to being at CommunityOne today and tomorrow is the live video feed of the sessions!
Can't participate directly? Check out the CommunityOne online video feeds.
Schedule of JavaOne technical sessions, BOFs, and ancillary events where members of the java.net community will be presenting during JavaOne week.
List of JavaOne related news that was highlighted in the Spotlight area on the java.net front page during JavaOne 2009 week.
JavaOne parties aren't what they used to be (ah, Borland, those were good times), but there's still quite a few to go around. Here's a list: ...
Choices, choices...so many choices and so little time. Here's my list of Top 10 Sessions that you must attend at JavaOne.
If you're a member of the Java.net community and you'll be presenting at JavaOne 2009, let me know!
As any technology merchant I am bringing to javaONE some wonders for your appreciation, including a RESTful web-service looking for a fancy GUI.
Some events for my JavaOne 2009 plan
There is a definite increase in the number of people expressing, as Terrence Barr has, that JavaOne 2009 is "approaching too fast"... Also:
Java Today: Release candidate for Substance 5.2, Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 Developer Preview 1, and Groovy and GroovyBlogs - This week's Webinar.
Weblogs: JavaOne 2009: Noteworthy bits and pieces, Sneak Preview: Java Card tools for NetBeans 6.7, and Automatic Continuous Integration for Grails projects on Google Code.
Forums: Re: CalendarCellRenderer interface?, J2ME Insert images onto a svg background ?, and How to set address for JAXRPCServlet to substitute REPLACE_WITH_ACTUL_URL.
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 78: JSR 290 XML User Interface Markup Language.
See a synopsis of a majority of the classes, thanks to Sun senior technical specialist Joe Boulenouar.
Creating the "java.net JavaOne 2009 Twitter network"
As the weeks remaining before JavaOne and the CommunityOne open developer conference dwindle, planning for community-related activities is accellerating... also:
Java Today: Lighting Talk BOF signup for Mobility Track, Easy Persistent Entity Transfers, and Top 10 Java Twitterers.
Weblogs: invokedynamic now lives in JDK7, GlassFish asadmin CLI-driven Cluster Setup, and Atmosphere 0.1 GA available with Twitter, Flickr and Chat sample.
Forums: Internal Processing Error, Re: AWT Container only paints partially since JRE 1.6.0_12, and Wonderland and Multi-Threading - Multiple Cores/Multiple Processors.
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 77: Java and Symbian OS.
With the corporate cutbacks, I'm out hustling for JavaOne passes...again.
In the past couple weeks we've featured lots of news about the scheduling of developer events at this year's JavaOne Conference... also:
Java Today: Introduction to Native Cloud Applications, Integrating Flex with a Java EE Application, Part I, and Why Java Doesn't Need Operator Overloading (and Very Few Languages Do, Really).
Featured Podcast: Java Mobility Podcast 77: Sound of Motion;
Weblogs: JavaOne 2009 Script Bowl Call for Proposals, Don't Miss this (the keyword), and CI Adoption Customer Stories (2 of 8): Aligning work habits;
Forums: Grab bag of issues: WSIT, MTOM, training; Can a peer use a Relay for group communication and also be a Rendezvous?; and 'on replace' stops working sometimes.
My colleague Judith Lilienfeld did the MC honors at this year's NetBeans Day in San Francisco. I'm amazed that this went by and did not get blogged about, so I'll have to do the ungainly honors...
Many of them are worth a revisit by the attendees and would be of interest to those who missed the conference.
This is the fourth installment in my summary of the sessions I
attended at JavaOne this year. This one covers all the JMX sessions. Capsule summary: my presentation with Jeff; JMX security; JMX configuration in clusters...