Wednesday Apr 27, 2011

JavaOne San Francisco 2011, Oct 2-6, The Zone

When ? Oct 2-6, 2011

Where ? "The Zone" at San Francisco (On O'Farrell between Taylor and Mason, in the hotels Hilton San Francisco The Union Square, Hotel Nikko, and Parc 55)


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What has improved since last time ?

  • Same week as Oracle Open World but run as a separate and stand-alone conference
  • All JavaOne related talks/events in "The Zone"
  • Larger session rooms and increased exhibitor space
  • More technical sessions, BoFs, hands-on labs
  • Additional networking area and meeting space
  • More maps, signage, and onsite staff to answer questions
  • Direct involvement from community for planning/steering the event
  • Popular sessions will be repeated through out the week

Here are some key links for you:

And in the meanwhile, I'll see you at JavaOne India next month. Or you can also enjoy pictures from the JavaOne 2010!

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Monday Jan 03, 2011

Happy New Year 2011!

2010 is over and 2011 is here ... wishing you a very happy & prosperous new year folks!

Here are some statistics from 2010 (missed 2009 and now lazy, similar reports from 2008 and 2007) ...

  • 126 blog entries, 523 comments
  • Blog visited 282,972 times from 13,296 cities (thanks a lot!)
  • 237,054 flight miles
  • About 1320 running miles
  • 4155 tweets
  • Crossed 2000 followers (thank you for that as well!)
  • 2 marathons (Silicon Valley Marathon 2010 and San Francisco 1/2 Marathon 2010)
  • Some of the conferences visited: JavaOne Latin America, CEJUG, DevIgnition, Rich Web Experience, Oredev, Cloud Computing Expo, OTN Developer Days, Silicon Valley Code Camp, Java2Days, JavaOne San Francsico, JAX London, London JUG, IndicThreads Cloud Computing, Java EE 6 Hands-on workshop @ San Francsico JUG, Dallas Tech Fest, UberConf, Jazoon, Tech Days Hyderabad, Ruby Conf India, Spark IT, DevNexus, EclipseCon, . . .

And now some data reported by Google Analytics for this blog ...

Here is a comparison with 2009 ...

Majority of searches are still organic ...

Firefox, IE, Chrome, and Safari are the top browsers ...

And Windows remain to be the dominant OS ...

Here is the geo spread ...

Somebody read this blog once even from Greenland :-)

And here are the top 25 blog entries ...

The decline in blogs traffic is most likely because of the increase in micro-blogging traffic as shown by twitter stats:

Do you know of any tools that allow to measure tweets/followers over a period of dates ? Google Analytics for Twitter would be nice :-)

Onward to 2011, Miles to go ...

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