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Java One 2010 Brazil Day 2 Trip Report - Pics & Slides

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JavaOne Latin America 2010 ( href="http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/oracle_open_world_java_one5">Day
1 and href="http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/oracle_open_world_java_one4">0)
started in an exciting way where I found a nice multi-instance cluster
installation of GlassFish. More on that later but enjoyed meeting
colleagues from different groups within Oracle.

I
gave a presentation on "Whats New in Enterprise Java
Beans 3.1" and the slides are available:

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The attendees seem to like simplified packaging (EJB-in-a-WAR
and deployment descriptor-free), no-interface bean, cron-like syntax,
and other features were well appreciated by the users. All other sessions were going pretty packed as well to the extent that some of the sessions are having a re-run today and some of today's sessions have moved to a much bigger hall. Make sure to note the changes.


After that,
Alexandra and I presented at a href="http://eventreg.oracle.com/webapps/events/ns/EventsDetail.jsp?p_eventId=127420&src=7011252&src=7011252&Act=91">MySQL
Community Event on how Java EE 6, GlassFish,
NetBeans, and MySQL present an ideal open-source stack for building Web
applications very easily, the slides are available:

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Vinicius Senger from href="http://www.globalcode.com.br">GlobalCode
arranged an impromptu
discussion on Java-based Web Frameworks at end of the day. There
were representations
from Java EE 6, Wicket, GWT, VRaptor,  Spring MVC, ADF,
and Demoiselles. It was a lively discussion where each framework was
talking about the pros/cons of different frameworks and the community
was asking questions. CDI got good appreciation from different folks
and it indeed is one of the most powerful technologies introduced in
the Java EE 6 platform.

Matt Raibles "Comparing
JVM Web Frameworks" presentation was discussed as well. The consensus
was that the chosen frameworks are not an apple-to-apple comparison.
For example, while Rails and Grails are complete stack, JSF2, Wicket,
and Vaadin are presentation layers only. I gave the same feedback to
him at href="http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/rich_web_experience_2010_trip">Rich
Web Experience as well so hopefully the matrix will be
updated appropriately.

Also found some great
deployments of GlassFish in this part of the world. We are looking for
partners (System Integrators, Independent Software Vendors/Developers,
Consultants, Training Partners) who can help us spread the message of
GlassFish in South America. Drop a comment on this blog if you are
interested.

For tomorrow, there are couple of
changes to the list of Java EE 6 & GlassFish sessions ...
  • "S320003
    - Servlet 3.0 Extensible, Asynchronous and Easy to Use" moved from its
    original slot of (4:15 - 5pm) to (4pm - 4:45pm) and the location
    changes from Auditorio 1 to the Keynote Hall (on the ground floor).
  • "S313189
    - Complete Tools Coverage for the Java EE 6 Platform" moved from
    Auditorio 1 to Keynote Hall (on the ground floor).
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as is.
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finally the evolving photo album so
far:

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On
a personal front, somebody mentioned the landscape from Chili, food
from Peru, and girls from Argentina (or Brazil depending upon who you
ask) is the most fascinating threesome ;-) I've never been to Chili,
Peru, and Argentina so will have to figure out how to experience that
:-) Any Java conferences there ?

Also, its weird to
experience Christmas in the
hot weather of Sao Paulo. I wonder the white christmas here refers
to white sand on the beach.  The malls certainly have huge
christmas trees and even there is a Santa station but feels awkard
without the cold
weather. Tomorrow is the last day of JavaOne and I'm
soooo looking forward to head back home and can only think of the
following song ...


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Comments ( 2 )
  • Juliano Viana Thursday, December 9, 2010

    Hi Mr. Gupta,

    We met briefly at JavaOne San Francisco - I am a Java EE consultant based on Belo Horizonte, Brasil. Unfortunately I was unable to attend JavaOne Sao Paulo this time...

    I would be interested in partnerships for spreading the Glassfish message. We have been doing it already with a few v3 customers, and I believe the platform has the potential for becoming THE default Java EE deployment in Brazil.

    Please contact me at juliano at logicstyle dot com.


  • Arun Gupta Tuesday, December 14, 2010

    Thanks Juliano for reaching out.

    I'll reach out to you with more details.


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