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GlassFish or WebLogic?

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We just had a very successful pre-JavaOne briefing for the Java Champions, JUG Leaders and ACE Directors and several questions during the JavaEE segment related to the positioning of GlassFish
and
WebLogic.

The basic story has not changed since our March roadmap but we now have some extra details, and repetition gets the message through so...




If you are attending JavaOne, the key sessions for this topic are:

GlassFish Community Event (UG - S319368)


   Sunday - 2:30pm-4:30, Moscone South, Rm 252


GlassFish Roadmap and Strategy (BOF - S314737)


   Monday - 8:30pm-9:15, Moscone South, Rm 307


Oracle GlassFish Server: Product Strategy and Roadmap (TS - S317472)


   Tuesday - 9:30am-10:30, Hotel Nikko, Nikko Ballroom II


All events include Q&A.
Formal registration for all sessions is via
Catalog; for Sunday, register also at the Event and Party page,
specially if you plan to
attend the party.

PS. The photo is that of a castell... which is very much apropos this topic because castells are a team sport;
everybody, from the aixecador to the enxaneta is needed to succeed.

PPS. Also note that Hotel Nikko San Francisco is about 15' by walk from the Moscone Center.

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Comments ( 2 )
  • Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart Wednesday, September 15, 2010

    Another example is a good soccer team, like FC Barcelona. Everybody plays (very well) their role... Sure, Messi or Villa are more likely to score, but nobody can say that Xavi or Hiniesta or Valdes or Puyol or <pick your favorite player> are not key players...

    Sorry, I could not resist :)


  • chromeboi Thursday, September 16, 2010

    GlassFish all day everyday. No competition. WebLogic? what's that?

    Eduardo your comment is as bad as the blog post title. FC Barcelona? Arsenal FC everyday son, this time we'll skin you alive. simple math


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