By GD on Jul 09, 2009
The 2009 JavaOne conference may be over, but the learning doesn't have to be.[Read More]
The java.net team has posted the first of its JavaOne podcasts: Java Tools SQE Roundtable, in which community leaders Toni Epple and Fabiane Nardone speak with members of the software quality environment (SQE) project team. Listen in.
More podcasts will be added to the java.net JavaOne Community Corner Podcasts in the coming weeks.
Can't be there in person? You can still join in.[Read More]
Congratulations to the five lucky winners of the 2009 JavaOne conference "Dude, Where's My Pass?" contest.[Read More]
Not sure which CommunityOne and JavaOne conference sessions to attend this year? Here are some suggestions.[Read More]
There is no better time to give your skill-set a boost and network with fellow developers and experts in the industry than Java University at JavaOne. That's why we've added an extra day to Java University this year to include all of the hot topics that developers are asking for.
Choose a half-day, full day, or day and a half of training. Then choose the topics that interest you most. Additionally, we'll have Java certification testing on site at JavaOne this year. Start Preparing Now.
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The JavaOne conference team is looking for interesting, innovative, and technical papers on the following topics:
If you're looking for a place to sit and breathe fresh air not too far from Moscone Center and the hubbub and activity of the JavaOne conference, take a look at this article by John King, SF Chronicle urban design writer, "Little-Known Open Spaces Enhance Downtown S.F."
The Early Bird discount ends April 7 for the 2008 JavaOne conference. The Conference connects you with industry experts, the latest trends, and practical job-related content.