I have the honor to be keynoting JAX 2013 on April 25. The Keynote is called "Project Nashorn - and why dynamic languages on the JVM really matter". Exciting enough, surely, but it's not just "dynamic languages on the JVM", as it says in the title, that are becoming more and more important - I will show that it's really "languages on the JVM" that matters too, the JVM has its future as a polyglot runtime regardless of paradigm. Also, we are going to look at Project Nashorn as one good example of the future of the JVM.
There will also be a deep dive session about Nashorn during the conference, currently scheduled later the same day.
I'll see you there, and hopefully the spring weather in in Rhineland-Palatinate beats the spring weather in Stockholm. Probably not much of a competition, really.