By dananourie on Sep 23, 2007
I've made my way to Rome, Italy, and the technical agenda for the next two days looks educational and fun.
We kick off the first day with our choice of NetBeans or OpenSolaris talks. I'm particularly interested in the Technologies for Creating Web 2.0 Rich Internet Applications and the Introduction to the Swing Application Framework and Beans Binding from the NetBeans Day talks.
On Tuesday, the Tech Days talks cover all three tracks: the Java platform, Solaris Development, and SysAdmin and hands-on labs. It's a full schedule in all tracks, starting in the early morning and going into the evening.
For the Java track, topics such as GlassFish, JavaFX Scripting, Java Persistence, and web services with JAX-WS, WSIT, and JAX-RS will be covered.
For the Solaris Development track, topics such as What Makes Solaris Interesting, Building High Performance Applications on Multicore Systems Using Sun Studio Compilers and Tools, and New Security Features in Solaris and OpenSolaris will be covered.
For SysAdmin and hands-on labs, topics such as Advances In Solaris Network Infrastructure, Using Sun's System Management Technologies, and Streaming Video from Server to Device are covered.
There are other topics in each track, but these are a few that I thought I'd mention.
I will write details about the talks I attend and share with you the experience of coming to these Tech Days events. If you are here for the events, I hope you'll comment and share your perspective as well. If not, I hope you enjoy and benefit from these posts!