JavaOne India Call For Papers Ends March 15
By Tori Wieldt-Oracle on Mar 12, 2012
JavaOne India is happening in Hyderabad, 3 – 4 May 2012. It will include keynotes and technical sessions, hands-on labs and demos, and a chance to network with experts and others in the developer community. Do you want to take your skills, marketability, and connections to the next level? Submit a paper for a JavaOne India session! These aren't product pitches; your fellow developers want to hear about interesting and innovative uses of Java, practical and relevant case studies, and development best practices. All sessions are one hour long (50 minutes with 10 minutes Q & A). They can be a session, a panel discussion, or a Birds-of-a-Feather get together.
JavaOne India was a huge success last year, and 2012 promises to be even better, with your help. Here's how to submit a paper:
1) Read Tips for Paper Submissions
2) Write up a short abstract describing the session. Demos keep it interesting!
3) Submit the proposal. You'll need a title, abstract, what track it should be in, and type of session. A description of the submission fields are here
JavaOne India Call For Papers Ends March 15, 2012. That's this week!
(original published on the JavaOne blog)