JavaPolis


Alright, I've made up my mind (actually my manager's), I'm off the JavaPolis in December (13th to 17th) in Antwerpen (Anvers for the French), Belgium.

Talk about a funny conference name, wait untill you see their marketing campaign -->

Great content, great speakers. Here's my draft agenda so far :
- Spring in Action
- JSF in action (by Craig himself)
- Eclipse in Action (need to know the "competition")
- JDK 5.0 in Action (will be fun to see Joshua again)
- BPEL in action (if not a repeat of Oracle's JavaONE session)
- Tim Bray's keynote (great speaker, great content)
- Groovy (maybe I'll finally get enough time to look at it)
- JDNC - JDesktop Network Components (same as above, need to dive into this)
- EJB 3.0 and JDO 2.0 (see how the two align and how the POJO effort is moving along)
- Introducing TestNG (and say hello to Cedric)
- Maven (another Frenchman, long time no see)
- Apache Geronimo (I need an update)
- Tapestry (how it relates/competes to JSF)
- Interop. between .Net and J2EE by Microsoft (yes, Microsoft is a sponsor and the speaker is said to be entertaining!). Update: Alain has a blog entry here
- JBoss' Professional Open Source with J2EE (can't miss marcf!)
- The JavaPolis Movie
- Belgian beer (sorry no link, David D. will help out I'm sure)

See you there!

Comments:

Yes, I love that marketing campaign!

Posted by John Clingan on novembre 04, 2004 at 07:28 AM CET #

Edwin Khodabakchian's "BPEL in action" session is definitely not a repeat of Oracle's Javaone keynote. 3 hours allow for more than a flashy marketing demo + it's meant as a small BPEL training rather than a sales pitch for Oracle's process manager.

Posted by Hugo Brand (Oracle Belgium + Javapolis) on novembre 04, 2004 at 02:06 PM CET #

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