Java at JAXconf

JAXconf is one of the world’s most comprehensive conferences on web and enterprise development. It provides the ideal forum for software developers, project managers and architects to learn about all the latest technology, architecture and developments in Java.

This year, JAXconf will run in July 9-12 at San Francisco's Mission Bay Conference Center.  This four day event comprises two days packed with conference sessions and keynotes and two days of workshops and tutorials.  Tracks include Java Core, JavaEE, and JVM Languages. The speaker line-up will be complete soon, and already there's a great cast, including the following Oracle speakers and sessions at the event:

Stephen Chin
 - Hacking JavaFX with Groovy, Clojure, Scala and Visage
 - JavaFX and Scala in the Cloud

Arun Gupta
 - JAX-RS 2.0: RESTful Web services on steroids
 - The Java EE 7 Platform: Developing for the Cloud

Jason Lee
 - Writing Plugged-In Java EE Apps

Shaun Smith
 - The Evolution of Java Persistence in EclipseLink

In addition to these great speakers, there's an amazing line-up of expert practitioners and thought-leaders from across the Java ecosystem.  Full details of the line-up so far can be seen at: http://jaxconf.com/2012/speaker/. There's also a bunch of social activities being planned.  Tickets for JAXconf are on sale now with Early Bird savings until May 25th.

JAX Innovation Awards

The JAX Innovation Awards will be presented as part of JAXconf this year.  You can go see nominations for Most Innovative Java Technology, Most Innovative Java Company and Top Java Ambassador at http://jax-awards.com. Community voting opens on May 28th.

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If I were to have to choose, should I go to JaxConf or JavaOneConf?

Posted by Charles on June 18, 2012 at 11:41 AM PDT #

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