By GD on Jun 01, 2009
It's here. Get the details.[Read More]
Can't be there in person? You can still join in.[Read More]
Going to CommunityOne next week? Good stuff for sys admins includes:
\* The free Deep Dive on Tuesday, June 2: Deploying OpenSolaris in Your Datacenter
\* Solaris 10 Certification Cram Session (Part 1), designed to help students prepare for the two-part Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) certification for Solaris 10 OS (Tuesday, June 2)
\* Deep Dive Virtualization: From Server Consolidation to Cloud Computing, covering virtualization technologies like hypervisor design, network and storage options, and virtual system management, as well as cloud computing standards (Wed. June 3)
\* Technology Sessions such as Open Storage with the Solaris ZFS File System and COMSTAR, Open Networking with Crossbow, Secure Deployment, and What's New in the OpenSolaris 2009.06 Operating System
Not sure which CommunityOne and JavaOne conference sessions to attend this year? Here are some suggestions.[Read More]
If you can't attend the CommunityOne East event in person, you can catch the excitement on the Web. Sun will be streaming the general session and select breakout sessions live, starting at 9:00 a.m. EDT/6:00 a.m. PDT on March 18, 2009.
Check timeanddate.com for conversion to your local time zone.
Take a look at the CommunityOne East agenda.
Can't attend in person on March 18? Tune in for the video stream and live chat.[Read More]
Stay on top of everything new and different, both inside and around Java technology. Register by April 22, 2009, and save $200 off a Conference Pass or Conference Plus Pass. Register now.
On March 18, come to CommunityOne in New York City: a day filled with technical sessions, hands-on demos and a free exchange of ideas.[Read More]
Call for Participation Is Now Open: CommunityOne East and West
New York City: March 18-19, 2009 | San Francisco: June 1-2, 2009
In 2009, CommunityOne will focus on the free and open platforms, tools and services that can be found powering the Internet, running enterprises, and enabling high-performance computing. Submit your session, panel or lightning talk by December 15.
Get details and submit: http://eventreq.com/sun/communityone09/cfp
You already know that CommunityOne and JavaOne are free to students this year.
Which is an incredible opportunity for students to learn, to network,
to experience this industry leading event. But I'm going to sweeten the
deal even more. I have in my possession a Sun Spot. I will give it away to a student who registers for the CommunityOne/JavaOne Conference by Friday. How to enter?
1. Register for the conferences here.
2. Send me your registration confirmation email at heidi dot dailey at sun dot com
3. Stay tuned to this blog on Friday for the winner.
Okay? Ready? Set? Go!
From our website:
Be our guest at The CommunityOne and JavaOne Conferences in San Francisco, May 5 - 9, 2008. Hosted by Chris Melissinos, Sun's Chief Gaming Officer, this 5 day program is specially aimed at college students. Discover the latest technology solutions and gain an edge at these dynamic interactive conferences. Join a passionate developer community, be exposed to visionaries, "Rock Star" speakers, and technology experts. You'll have opportunities to evaluate new products and network with other students, engineers, developers, and industry leaders. All of this and you’ll acquire the tools you need to be better prepared for your future.
Hope to see you there!
If you are in San Francisco for JavaOne next week, make sure to stop by our NetBeans Software Day on Monday's CommunityOne -- it's free.
See live demos of new Netbeans IDE 6.0 features (including support for scripting and Sun SPOT robots), and tell your story for the JavaPosse PodCast. The NetBeans Software Day agenda was just recently updated with details about featured plug-ins by our partners (including Subversion and CodeBeamer).
Entrance is free, but space is limited, so we ask you to please register for this community event. If you want to upgrade your existing JavaOne registration to include NetBeans Day, click the link at the bottom of the registration page to do so. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask the NetBeans team.
PS: Can't make it on Monday? We also invite you to our NetBeans relevant sessions at JavaOne.