Monday Sep 16, 2013

Geek Bike Ride Before JavaOne

The Silicon Valley JUG will host the annual Geek Bike Ride the Saturday before JavaOne. We'll meet at Pier 41 in Fisherman's Wharf and ride across the bridge and down into Sausalito, and then take a ferry back to the city. JUG leader Kevin Nilson said "Last year's ride was a ton of fun, so I hope all of you can join us this year."

The 2012 Geek Bike Ride

Meet at Blazing Saddles bike rental at Pier 41 to rent bikes. When: Saturday, September 21, 11:00 AM. If you want to attend please send Kevin an email (kevinATjavaclimberDOTcom) and he will invite you. The Geek Bike Ride event is free and open to all.

Learn Where Java is Heading!

Only at JavaOne can you choose from more than 450 expert-led technical sessions, hands-on labs, demos, tutorials, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions. Be sure to attend the Strategy Keynote, Sunday, September 22 starting at noon, Moscone North, Hall D 

Java continues to drive applications and devices that enrich our lives. Oracle’s Java engineering experts will discuss many of the vast opportunities that Java provides, along with Oracle’s continued commitment to and investment in Java technology. The Oracle speakers at the Strategy Keynote are:

John Duimovich, Java CTO and IBM Distinguished Engineer at IBM will be presenting the keynote titled “Java Flies in Blue Skies and Open Clouds.” Open cloud stacks, emerging PaaS environments, and cloud ecosystems are among the Java innovations IBM’s John Duimovich and a special guest will discuss.


Java Community Keynote is on Thursday, September 26 from 9:00 to 10:30 at Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Continental Ballroom.  Java is reducing energy consumption, making highways safer, and inspiring a generation of young developers. Find out how your work in the community and the Java ecosystem is benefiting millions. The Oracle keynotes speakers are:

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Microcontrollers, Freescale Semiconductor will present the keynote titled “How Java Will Unify the Internet of Things.” The Internet of Things relies on microcontrollers, communications topologies, and sensors and actuators to enable data-driven automation. Learn why Java technology is the glue needed to connect all of these devices and topologies for service providers.


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