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on May 2, 2008
Next week is JavaOne 2008! I'll be speaking there with
Jean-François Denise, about upcoming developments in JMX
technology. Here are some of the other sessions you might want
to attend if you're interested in that.
"Java Observability by Bytecode Instrumentation",
K Balasubramainan and A Sunararajan,
Tuesday 7:30pm, Esplanade 300...
on May 2, 2008
It's going to be an excite week..... Hope to see you there.
Just to remember:
Saturday - Java Community Leaders Meeting
Sunday - Glassfish UnConference
Monday - CommunityOne
Tuesday to Friday - JavaOne
Saturday - what?
on May 1, 2008
Here are my personal engagements during JavaOne. They are also the best
venues to catch me because I'm either speaking or mentoring:
Monday (May 4th)
2:35 - 3:30pm, S297403
- Building Ajax Applications
@ JavaU Bonus Evening Course - Intercontinental Hotel, Grand Ballroom C, 3rd Floor
Tuesday (May 5th)
1:30-3:00pm, Sun General Session
3:20 - 5:20pm: LAB
8400 - Designing...
on May 1, 2008
I plan to attend JavaOne this year again. In this year one of interesting topics is EclipseLink (Open source version of TopLink) and I found there are 3 sessions like below:
CommunityOne 2008 - May 5
The Javaâ„¢ Persistence API in the GlassFishâ„¢ V3 Application Server with EclipseLink: Doug Clarke & Shaun Smith - 17:05-18:00 at Moscone North - Hall E 135
JavaOne 2008 - May 6-9...
on Apr 28, 2008
Start counting in days now before the JavaOne frenzy
begins! In the mean while, here is a quick summary of GlassFish related
Unconference (free registration)
Day (free registration - also gives you free access to JavaOne
Pavilion and General
Sessions on Tuesday), Party @ Thirsy Bear in
the evening (just show up)
Tuesday - Thursday
on Apr 28, 2008
Here is my table of chosen talks for JavaOne San Francisco 2008.
I exported it from the ScheduleBuilder tool, sorry for the verbosity.
Tuesday , May 06
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Sun General Session
Java + YOU
10:30 AM - 10:50 AM
To schedule a session during this timeslot, please return to the Content Catalog...
on Apr 25, 2008
I've been doing a top 10 list for a couple years for JavaOne technology tracks. No need to stop now. So let's jump right to it. If you're interested in what I think are the top 10, must-see Java Desktop sessions at JavaOne 2008, the Desktop sessions that will influence you the most in the coming year, check them out and make sure you use the online Schedule Builder to sign up. Scheduled times...
on Apr 23, 2008
is 2 weeks away, gosh!
around is oriented accordingly starting from slides, messaging,
demos, rehearsals, booth duties, shwags, parties, after dark
events, customer meetings (some old friends too ;-) and lots
other stuff. It's full gear already and now full speed ahead!
Here are some links for you to get started:
on Apr 21, 2008
Java University, which will begin on Monday, May 5, 2008 as part of 2008 JavaOne, is available for attendance by Conference Plus Pass and Java University Pass holders. At the podium will be experts who will expound on the latest of many popular technologies and tools as they relate to SOA and Web 2.0: the JavaFX and Java Card technologies; the Java EE, Java SE, and Java ME platforms; JRuby on...
on Apr 8, 2008
Although I was there last year -- writing, blogging, communicating to the community -- I don't have a pass to JavaOne 2008 yet. Unfortunately, I have no concrete plans. No corporate or community sponsor has agreed to help yet either. It's a sad, sad thing. Indeed, these are trying, desperate times.
I want to go to JavaOne...and I'm willing to take drastic action. Sure, I could just put up the...
on Mar 26, 2008
It's that time of year again! JavaOne 2008 is scheduled for May 6-9, 2008 in
Moscone Center, San Francisco,
Call For Papers closes Nov
16 (this Friday). This is your chance to reach out to more than 15,000
developers and share the cool technology that you are working on. The three step
process to submit the paper is:
on Nov 13, 2007
Even though Java Today already posted an item on this subject yesterday, it merits a repeat:
JavaOne Conference 2008, slated for May 6-9, 2008 at The Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA, is now open for abstracts on papers. The deadline is November 16, 2007, barely 2 1/2 weeks away. For details, see the program site. Be sure to read the topics and criteria before sending your abstracts.Next year...
on Oct 31, 2007
Here are my thoughts on the Midwest Java Technology Days: Minneapolis that I attended yesterday. (In order to get them out quickly I haven't refactored them.)
Free stuff: breakfast, lunch, networking snacks, t-shirts, pen (mine didn't work), and note pad. (the conference was also free.)
Tim Bray: Pretty interesting. Covered language and internet trends. Companies may not want to send their...
on Oct 17, 2007
Also, Sun has published two of my talks from JavaOne: Building JavaServer Faces Applications with Spring and Hibernate (with Chris Richardson) and Simplifying JavaServer Faces Component...
on Jun 26, 2007
Even though it has been more than a month since JavaOne, I hope you enjoy this blog post here where I list the best of the best at this year's JavaOne. Feel free to contribute your best experience or top moment from JavaOne 2007!
JavaOne wrap-up, from Gosling
JavaOne 2007 Wrapup, from Javalooby
JavaOne 2007 Wrap-up, Final Thoughts, and Open Questions, from Wolf Paulus
on Jun 18, 2007
JavaOne 2007 slides for Technical
Sessions and Hands-on-Labs are available
on May 23, 2007
Here are the slides for our BOFs:
BOF-2816: The Troubleshooting and Diagnostic Utilities in JDK Release 5 and 6
BOF-9123: Visualize Runtime Problems: A New All-in-One JDK Troubleshooting Tool
on May 22, 2007
I went to JavaOne 2005, and my impressions back then were not very favorable. Much has changed since then (well, we still had a few cheap applauses at the opening keynote), and this year it has been a much more pleasurable experience. John Gage is a very engaging (pun intended) speaker (*), and he specifically asked each one of the attendees to have a list of 20 people you haven't known before by...
on May 14, 2007
I'll have an opinionated blog later, but here's my notes from the Blu-Ray Q&A BOF. Missing is my question/comment at the end, which I'll blog later.
Talk to the Stars: A Discussion of Blu-Ray Java Technology
Phil Starner, Javelin Software (blond, glasses)
Mike Zink, Technicolor (red shirt, black jacket)
Kyle Prestinbock, Disney
Bill Foote, Sun (session lead)
[note to self: remember...
on May 11, 2007