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JavaOne Latin America Call for Papers: Just Two Weeks Left

Posted by editor on September 19, 2012 at 9:34 AM PDT

While JavaOne in San Francisco is just around the corner, the planning for JavaOne Latin America (4-6 December 2012 in Sao Paulo, Brazil) is also well underway. Specifically, the JavaOne Latin America Call for Papers is happening now! The CfP will close on Thursday, October 4 -- which also happens to be the last day of JavaOne San Francisco.

Looking at the replies to Sharat Chander's tweet about the call, it's clear that the timing of this deadline is troublesome for more than a few people. But, thus far, there doesn't seem to be any indication that the deadline has been extended. So, if you'd like to present at JavaOne Latin America, and you happen also to be attending JavaOne San Francisco, the time to submit your proposal is probably now. Weblogs

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