Where will you find me at JavaOne 2011 ?

I published the complete list of Java EE and GlassFish sessions at JavaOne 2011. And here is the list of sessions I'm speaking:

GlassFish Community Event

GlassFish Community: The Foundation for Opportunity (29621)

In this session, learn about community contributions, get the latest news about new product features, and hear from fellow contributors about their experiences with GlassFish Server Open Source Edition.

The GlassFish Community boasts thousands of active members, providing not only a vibrant forum for activity but also the foundation upon which future releases of GlassFish and Java EE are devised. Members of the GlassFish Community have the opportunity to help shape the future of the community, contribute to the code directly, develop enterprise Java applications, access the latest Java EE enhancements, and meet key members of the Oracle GlassFish team.

Coordinates: Sunday, 12:30 PM, Moscone West - 2020

GlassFish Unconference: Let Your Voice Be Heard (29643)

Continue the dialogue with fellow members of the GlassFish Community, GlassFish architects, and Java EE spec leads in this exciting session. Take this opportunity to meet the development team and provide feedback on what you'd like to see in the product going forward. Your feedback and direct participation are desired, so the agenda will be driven by you in an unconference format. Help shape the future of GlassFish and Java EE.

Coordinates: Sunday, 03:00 PM, Moscone West - 2020

XML-Free Programming: Java Server and Client Development Without <> (22125)

Java EE 6 provides a simplified developer experience, enabling you to build Web applications without complicated XML deployment descriptors. JavaFX 2.0 is a next-generation rich client platform, providing immersive client experiences with controls, animation, and multimedia, using pure Java code. Together, they make a lethal combination to provide a killer interface to your enterprise application, all without making you strain to type angle brackets.

In this session, the Back-End Guy implements the business logic with Java EE 6 APIs and the Front-End Guy creates the user interface with JavaFX for a typical three-tier Web application. The session also discusses the end-to-end deployment strategies for such applications.

Coordinates: Monday, 05:30 PM, Hilton San Francisco - Plaza A/B
Co-presenter: Stephen Chin

Develop, Deploy, and Monitor a Java EE 6 Application with Clustered GlassFish 3.1 (19120)

The NetBeans IDE and GlassFish provide a seamless experience for developing/deploying a Java EE 6 application. GlassFish also provides several other features, such as nonintrusive REST monitoring, that are very typical of a Java EE 6 production deployment.

This hands-on lab begins with developing/deploying a typical Java EE 6 application with NetBeans and GlassFish. You will learn how to create a two-instance GlassFish cluster and front end with a Web server and a load balancer. The application demonstrates session replication when one of the instances fail. You will also learn how to use the extensible monitoring infrastructure to generate application-specific monitoring data. This lab will equip you to put a Java EE 6 application into production.

Coordinates: Wednesday, 12:30 PM, Hilton San Francisco - Franciscan Room A/B/C/D
Co-presenter: Byron Nevins

CDI Today and Tomorrow (19941)

Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) is poised to play a critical part in Java EE, now and going forward. It already enjoys robust community support in the form of three major open source implementations, a gamut of supported runtimes, and numerous plug-ins and tools.

This panel session is your opportunity to get the perspectives of a cross-section of folks in the CDI ecosystem. The panelists talk about the current state of the CDI ecosystem, goals, adoption, community engagement, gaps, hurdles, relationship with Java EE, and future directions. Please do feel free to bring your own questions, concerns, and ideas.

Coordinates: Thursday, 12:30 PM, Hilton San Francisco - Imperial Ballroom A
Pete Muir, David Blevins, Reza Rehman, and Sivakumar Thiagarajan

Other than that, you will find me at the Java Champions/JUG Leaders Brunch/Dinner, The Zone, Exhibition Hall, OTN Night, It's a Wrap!, JavaOne Open House, hallways, attending other talks, nearby restaurants, and other places. Just catch me and say hello :-)

Here are some useful pointers for you ...

The JavaOne frenzy runs from 8am on October 2nd to 6pm on October 6th. Be prepared to sleep less during these 106 hours, drink from the fire hose, and a complete immersion in everything Java. Take everything you learn at JavaOne and spill the passion over to your colleagues who could not travel.

And most of all, enjoy JavaOne cause having fun is very important :-) That's what brings me back to my 13th consecutive JavaOne!


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