JavaZone 2011 Swings into Action This Week
The tenth edition of the JavaZone conference takes place Wednesday and Thursday this week in Oslo, Norway. Close to 2,500 people are expected to attend the 2011 conference, which has seen steady growth in attendance since its origin as a Sun Microsystems event in 2002. The JavaZone 2011 entry that
eirikma posted to the java.net Events Calendar describes JavaZone as:
the biggest meeting place for software developers in Scandinavia, and one of Europe's most important... JavaZone is a high-quality JUG-organized event with 7 parallell tracks and no boring sponsor talks or the like. It is held downtown Oslo, with great parties across the local pubs just behind the venue.
The About JavaZone page adds:
Over the two conference days, we deliver more than 200,000 hours of expertise. In addition, many informal discussions take place at stands and between attendees. Altogether, JavaZone stands out as a tremendous arena for knowledge transfer.
The JavaZone 2011 program includes sessions presented by quite a few people you're probably heard of, including Neal Ford, Simon Ritter, Tim Berglund, Mattias Karlsson, Dick Wall -- and lots of sessions by other people who undoubtedly are well-recognized in the Scandinavian/European Java community.
- Mamadou Lamine Ba, Multi-Templating with JSF 2 : The Prototype;
- Juliano Viana, Heroku Java Support: Simple? or Simplistic?;
- Ed Burns, JCP/JavaEE Artifacts in Maven Central; and
- Cay Horstmann, Complexity is in the Eye of the Beholder.
Our current java.net poll asks "Which JavaOne 2011 track interests you most (even if you're not attending)?" Voting will be open until Friday, September 16.
Our latest java.net article is Nadine McKenzie's Streamline JSF Development with These 3 Facelets Must-Knows.
Here are the stories we've recently featured in our Java news section:
- Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine announces that now GlassFish powers Parleys.com;
- Joseph Darcy looks ahead in Coming soon: JavaOne 2011;
- Shai Almog introduces the LWUIT Hands On Lab For Java One;
- Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine highlights Fujitsu Interstage, yet another Java EE 6 compatible server;
- John Yeary comments on an Article: Java 7: Worth a Hard Look;
- Geertjan Wielenga shows how to Disable Error Warnings in NetBeans IDE;
- Dustin Marx investigates Adding Common Methods to JAXB-Generated Classes (Groovy invokeMethod);
- Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine looks ahead to JavaOne 2011 - JavaEE, GlassFish, OpenJDK presence and more; and
- Roy Clarkson talks about Clean Code in Android Applications.
The JavaOne Mobile App is now available! Keep connected on your BlackBerry, Droid, or iPhone while at JavaOne. You now have a flexible and convenient way to manage and organize your JavaOne experience. You can access Schedule Builder, exhibitor listings, daily updates, and more. Find out what's happening and where at JavaOne...
Our previous Spotlight was Dalibor Topic's JavaOne 2011: OpenJDK Edition -
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