JavaOne 2010 is right here!

This is going to be my 12th JavaOne and first one not in Moscone :-) JavaOne is at a different location this year so navigate.oracle.com is an interactive tool to help you navigate through Oracle Open World, JavaOne, and Oracle Develop.

GlassFish cheatsheet provides all the detail information about GlassFish's presence at JavaOne 2010. There are about 50 GlassFish-related sessions / BoFs / hands-on labs / panel this year so it's going to be exciting!

Where am I doing at JavaOne ...

  • Sunday - GlassFish Community Event @ Moscone South Room #252, (2:30 - 4:30pm)
  • Monday - Booth duty @ Java EE 6 booth @ Java DEMOGrounds (9:15 - Noon)
  • Monday - Java EE 6 & GlassFish video interview @ OTN lounge (2:30 - 3pm)
  • Monday - Java EE 6 & GlassFish demos at OTN party (Monday 7 - 9pm)
  • Tuesday - Hands-on lab on OSGi-enabled Java EE applications (S313522, Hilton, Plaza A)
  • Tuesday - Java EE 6 & GlassFish demo at the Technical General Session Keynote (Tuesday 2:30 - 4pm)
  • Wednesday - Contexts & Dependency Injection in the Java EE ecosystem (S313937, 10-11am, Hilton, Continental Parlor 1/2/3)
  • Wednesday - Booth duty @ GlassFish Open Source booth @ Java DEMOGrounds (2:15 - 4:45pm)

And I'm yet to prepare a list of sessions that I'd like to attend :-)

If you are using GlassFish in deployment, love the simplicity and ease-of-use of Java EE 6, use the cutting edge builds of GlassFish 3.1, or have a comment to make about GlassFish - track me down and I'll be happy to record a quick video session with you!

Parties to attend ...

  • Sunday - GlassFish party (7:30 - 9:30pm @ Thirsty Bear)
  • Monday - OTN Party (7:30 - 10:30pm @ Howard Street Tent)
  • Wednesday - OOW bloggers meetup (5:30pm @ Jillians)
  • Wednesday - Customer Appreciation Party (7:30pm - 12am @ Treasure Island)
  • Thursday - Its a Wrap (4pm @ Yerba Buena Gardens)

There are other dinners and cocktails planned which will be squeezed in between these parties :-) BTW, am I missing any good parties though ?

Keynotes to attend ...

  • Welcome keynote on Sunday by Larry Ellison & gang (Sunday 5:30 - 7:30pm)
  • OOW keynote on Monday by Mark Hurd & gang (8:00 - 9:45am)
  • JavaOne keynote on Monday by Thomas Kurian (5:45 - 7:15pm)
  • OOW keynote on Tuesday by Thomas Kurian (8:00 - 9:45am)
  • JavaOne General Session Technical Keynote on Tuesday (2:30 - 4pm)
  • OOW keynote on Wednesday by Larry Ellison (2:30 - 4:15pm)
  • JavaOne Keynote by Ray Kurzweil on Thursday (9 - 10:30am)

All these sessions will be streamed from OTN Live.

Keep using #glassfish, #javaee6, #javaone, #oow hashtags and you might get featured in the JavaOne technical session keynote :-)

We want your GlassFish related photos! - Do you have a picture with GlassFish tatoo, hat, tee-shirt, number plate, playing cards, or any other goodies from previous or this year's JavaOne ? Leave a comment on this blog or share them at @arungupta.

Check out JavaOne and Oracle Develop community - social networking and scheduling tool for JavaOne and Oracle Develop.

For San Francisco visitors, there are several things to do while you are in the city. If you are a runner, don't forget to run over the Golden Gate bridge or up the steep hills, they are really good!

Personally I'm looking forward to meet GlassFish team members from all over the world, our community members, @IanSkerrett, @richsharples, @mojavelinux, @emmanuelbernard, @whoiswen, @terrencebarr, @matkar, @brjavaman, @fabianenardon, @BertErtman, @ktukker, @myfear, @maltron, @harshadoak, @alexgorbachev, @javaclimber, @AdamBien, @doug_clarke, @SachaLabourey, @kohsukekawa, @vivekpandey, @ghrd, @johanvos, @aalmiray,  @vanriper,  @robilad,  @rsim, and many others ...

JavaOne baby, yeaaaah JavaOne, lets rock-n-roll and have some fun!

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Comments:

java is robust and portable language.basic use of pointers is avoided in this language.

Posted by surendar reddy gorre on September 19, 2010 at 08:33 PM PDT #

Java Posse Tues at 6?

Posted by Eric B on September 20, 2010 at 01:19 AM PDT #

java vast features like anonymous classes,
abstract classes, static properties in classes help you to tackle interfaces presided in
the java api, and also above menioned features will guide the perfect launching of the property (data hiding).

Posted by surendar reddy gorre on September 28, 2010 at 04:43 PM PDT #

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