The deadline for submitting proposals for the San Francisco 2015 JavaOne Conferences has been extended to 11:59 p.m. PDT on Wednesday, May 6.
This year, you may submit proposals for JavaOne4kids and Ignite sessions. JavaOne4Kids proposals
are for developers and educators who are interested in delivering a two-hour hands-on workshop targeted at children 10 to 18 years old. Presenters will be responsible for preparing all the content and required hardware and software for 50 children—exclusive of laptops, which will be provided. To submit a JavaOne4Kids Day talk, select "JavaOne4Kids Day" as the session type. Even though you are required to populate a primary track, this field will be ignored. The Ignite sessions
are 5 minute short presentations, in which 20 slides are shown for 15 seconds each so presenters keep a fast pace.
Those sessions - like conference sessions, hands-on labs, tutorials and Birds-of-a-feather - can be submitted for the following tracks:
- Core Java Platform
- Java and Security
- Emerging Languages
- Java, DevOps, and the Cloud
- Java and the Internet of Things
- Java and Server-Side Development
- Java Clients and User Interfaces
- Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques