Opening day at JavaOne!
I'm up early this morning, and San Francisco is holding promise of another beautiful, unusally warm day. It's clear with scattered clouds, and lots of blue sky. Yesterday hit a whopping 89 degrees, almost unheard of in this part of California. It was a welcome treat. Many of us, however, brought only a few short sleeve shirt. But the Moscone Center is sure to have a very comfortable controlled environment so I'm not concerned, and I'll be surprised if this weather holds out.
This morning I'm heading off to Java University. It'll be my first time attending one of these all day courses, and I'm very much looking forward to it. This year the course offerings cover Java EE technologies:
- Implementing Business Logic Using Enterprise JavaBeans Architecture for the Java EE Platform
- How Java EE Patterns Help in Architecting and Designing Robust Java EE Applications
- Using JAX-RPC to Enable Java EE Platform Applications to Interoperate With Applications That Are Not Java Technology-Based in a Secure Web Services Framework
- Exploring the Struts Framework and How it Supports Web Component Development
I'm going to write an article for the Java Today paper, so you might check it out if you're here at the conference. Otherwise, stay tuned and I'll let you know how it goes in a blog later today.
Welcome to all of you who made it here to SF this year, and stay posted for those of you at home. The java.sun.com will be hosting articles on sessions here at JavaOne, and many of us are blogging the events.
Have a wonderful day!
Dana Nourie, java.sun.com staff writer