JavaOne 2007 isTue-Fri (May 8 to 11th) at its usual location:Moscone Center in San Francisco.TheCall For Papersis already open and this time there will be11 Tracks,a bit more than usual.The Monday of that week, May 7th, there will be severalrelated events at the Moscone, and one of them will be aGlassFish Day that I will coordinate.I want to emphasize the role of the GlassFish Communitybut details are still very flexible so,if you have ideas, please post them to this blog...
TheJavaOne 2006Technical Sessions are Available Online.Each presentation is available as a PDF (free)and as flash-based presentation with audio and transcripts(requires free SDN subscription);see for example theGlassFish Technical KickOff Session.A list of other GF sessions is at theGF Wiki JavaOne Page.Learning,JavaOne,GlassFish
Wonseok(blog,spotlight)has put together a very good list ofJavaOne sessions related to EJB 3.0 andJavaPersistencethat includes links to the session slides.Check it out!Learning,GlassFish,EJB3,JavaPersistence,JPA
The SDN Channel for this month isThe Best of JavaOne 2006.The segment includes aVideoin multiple segments -Arun points you to the Tango segment.There is also a podcastof the video, which seems would be useful in your MP3-enabled car...There is a whole boatload of useful material around JavaOne.Here are two that are worth pointing out:• Technical Keynotes - slides available in multiple formats.• The General Sessions by Sun, Oracle, BEA, Motorola and IBM.• Erich Gamma and John...
Many of us are taking a break next week.JavaOnehas been incredibly rewarding this year but now it is time to take a rest and recharge batteries.I will be back in about a week.There is a long pipeline of news, from JavaOne and elsewhere, that we have not yet covered,plus whatever will happen while I am away.I also have several new ideas on how to improve our coverage.Sleep, R&R, Batteries, Sports, Family,GlassFish
One more screencast (Flash Demo): a 10 minute fly by several web pages withCommentary on J1 Events related to GlassFish,and advance apologies to those sessions I missed!Other bloggers with highlights on JavaOne include:Graham,Ludo,Danny,Sean.You may also be interested in these two other ScreenCasts:Overview of Java EE 5andThe GlassFish Implementation.SensoryOverload, ScreenCasts, Flash,GlassFish,JavaOne
If you're one of the lucky 10-15,000 people going to JavaOne this year, spare a thought for the millions of unlucky Java geeks who won't be going. Spare a thought and share some of the experience by posting your pictures to the JavaOne2006 Flickr Group. Last year 30 people posted over 600 images.If you aren't lucky enough to be attending JavaOne - you can subscribe to the image stream (RSS 2.0 or Atom) or browse here.JavaOne2006,Flickr
This year there is aNew Way to Enrollin j1 sessions:if you fill in your online schedule you will have priority seating.This will also let the organizers do final adjustments to thehalls based on the demand, so please considerUpdating your Schedule.GlassFish,JavaOne