By Yolande Poirier on Mar 08, 2013
Today is International Women's Day and Global Tech Women founder Deanna Kosaraju commemorates the event by organizing the Voices Global Conference, a live streaming event celebrating women in technology. Women technologists from over 20 countries present a collection of technical talks including software for data center, testing, breakthrough innovation frameworks, community building, humanitarian projects, leadership, and more. Attendees can participate in group discussions, network online or at local gatherings, and watch the sessions online. All the sessions are streamed live and recorded. Registration is open.
Another conference starting today is Java Developers Conference (JDC) in Cairo, Egypt. The conference brings together 600 developers and students for the biggest Java conference in Middle East and North Africa today and tomorrow. The Egyptian Java User Group (EGJUG) is organizing the two-day forum for knowledge exchange with its 4 tracks and 40 sessions in English and Arabic.
Oracle technologist Mike Keith presents "creating a configuration standard for Java EE". Architect Christ Bailey has a talk titled "From Java Code to Java Heap The Adventurous Developer's guide to JVM Languages." Software Architect and JCP member Mohamed Taman presents "a hack session titled JEE7.next() revealing the power of Websocket, JSON APIs & HTML5." Technologist Jernej Kase talks about "increasing Java EE development productivity to the max - for free."
Also this weekend, Daniel Sachse is organizing a Google hangout hack night Saturday March 9, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. PST. Participants are expected to contribute to a JSR about Java EE technologies such as CDI and JSF among others.