NB Day 2006 in Argent

Monday is finished.
It has been long day. It started with the NetBeans Day. The queue for registration had been so long that I thought it can never end. For my suprise they got all the people on time. Have you ever seen Jonathan Swartz at the stage? I was my first time. It was cool! I like his style.
The new EVP of ... has been a little bit suprised by him (or at least he played it very well). As I would be. What's the right answer for the question: "Will you opensource the Java?". I heard it. It was "in future".

IMO, the NB Day was great success. The rooms were full of people interested about NetBeans. Mobility Pack with partners showed everything what we have for CDC/CLDC development and even more - profiling CDC applicaton? WTF.

There were some giveaways and awards - did you win an iPod? I saw Tim Boudreau's presentation . It was too detailed for me. Sometimes I lost but all the people inside took notes like crazy. RTS was presented too. Wow, they deployed the project into real time device. It's like deployment to mobile device in Mobility Pack. I'm looking forward for debuging in pocket ;)

The sessions ended with party where you could get NetBeans Field Guide with signiture (Thank you Ludo, Charlie, Tim and John). I met lot of intertesting people. The Brazilian community have at least 20 people here. Cool. I don't remember the name but only one Edgar Silva ;)
I've met one of Mobility users that helped a lot to the product - Iwan Eising. What a pity that he can use Mobility Pack only in his spare time.
Night ended at the Thirsty Bear for me. Brat you were right. The Kozlov Stout is strong.
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