Java One, San Francisco and MOMA

JavaOne 2005 is finally here! Been working frantically the past few weeks going over slides from all the accepted talks in core enterprise track. We had the biggest track, nearly 30 talks. Working with the reviewers and speakers was a great experience. Had great reviewers and the Speakers went to great lengths to accomodate the feedback. The talks aappear more balanced, cleaner and deeper. The core track team is hoping that the attendees would notice the hardwork. We do track attendee responses to the surveys. Do fill out yours. We actually read them! Some of it goes back to the speakers. Everyone wins. Went to Moscone early in the afternoon. Great weather. Registered early (a very good thing to do!). My talk (TS-7123, Sun Application Server 9.0 and the Java EE SDK) in on tomorrow. My co-speakers showed up, as we signed up for speaker coaching. Last I had speaker coaching was in 1999 (Java HotSpot VM launch, great memories) and my rusty style got a good tuneup. Highly recommend it. It is free. Dropped in at the NetBeans day event at the Argent. Nice crowd. The talks were packing the rooms. Ludo was buzzed about NetBeans 4.1 and 4.2. Parking was easy today at the 3rd Street Moscone garage. I am sure it will not be that easy tomorrow. The MOMA cafe looked very inviting, but I will be back for four more days
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