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JEEConf 2012 Trip Report

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600+ participants, 3 days, 4 concurrent tracks, 28 sessions, 3
workshops, 30+ speakers - a quick summary of href="http://jeeconf.com/">JEEConf 2012.



This is second year of the conference and they've grown >50% from
last year.
This is the only major Java conference in Ukraine and there is a
huge demand for Java speakers in this region. Even though the
conference started with a focus on enterprise Java but has
diversified into broader Java ecosystem covering Play, Gradle,
Hazelcast, Scala, Hadoop, Cassandra, and other topics.



I gave a talk on Java EE 7: Developing for the Cloud to about 400+
developers. I used the newly refreshed slide deck with tons of code
samples from different technologies such as href="https://blogs.oracle.com/arungupta/entry/jax_rs_2_0_early">JAX-RS
2.0, href="https://blogs.oracle.com/arungupta/entry/jpa_2_1_early_draft">JPA
2.1, and Bean
Validation 1.1
. The slide deck is available.


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I had the opportunity to spend some time with href="http://yakovfain.com/">Yakov Fain, href="http://java.net/website/java-champions/bios.html#Fain">a
Java Champion, who gave two day-long workshops on Java EE 6
and JavaScript. I also spent some time with Ruslan, CEO of href="http://jelastic.com/">Jelastic and thanked them for
their continued support of GlassFish. The local JUG is not active
but I learned about Club
of Anonymous Developers
where geeks meet couple of times a
month to talk about different technologies. If you live in the local
region, then consider joining this group and learn/share your
experience.



Thank you Nikolai and Alexsey for taking the lead on running a Java
conference in Ukraine. I hope to be back next year!



Here are some pictures captured from the trip ...


























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I also managed to run in the streets of Ukraine:







And now the complete photo album



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Next and last stop in this trip, href="https://blogs.oracle.com/arungupta/entry/otn_developer_days_in_turkey">Java
Developer Day, Johannesburg ...

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Comments ( 3 )
  • çiçek gönder Monday, May 21, 2012

    very interesting photos , nice Trip Report .


  • Sander Mak Monday, May 21, 2012

    Hi Arun,

    NIce pics! I did a trip report as well: http://branchandbound.net/blog/conferences/2012/05/jeeconf-tripreport/

    Good luck in Johannesburg and enjoy home after that...

    Sander


  • Arun Gupta Monday, May 21, 2012

    Nice report Sander, make sure to tweet it to @jeeconf :-)


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