Saturday Sep 20, 2008

GlassFish Technical Webinars - Current Calendar

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The Online-based Webinars are working pretty well. We will continue to fine-tune and improve the mechanics, but we are already lining up a full schedule. The next two presentations are:

• Sep 25th, 2008 - Grizzly and Grizzly 2.0, JFA and Aleksei, Tentative
• Oct 2nd, 2008 - EJB 3.1 Overview, Ken Saks, Confirmed

Full schedule details are at GlassFish TV Schedule. Non-Sun presenters are very welcome.

PS. Stay tuned for other online chats around our GlassFish v3 Prelude launch next month.

Thursday Sep 11, 2008

WebSynergy Webinar is at 11am PT today

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James Falkner and Prashant Dighe will give an Overview of WebSynergy TODAY (Thursday) - 11am PT, Sept 11th, 2008. You can join us via a concall (free if in the US, caller-paid overseas) or online via TheAquarium @ uStream.TV.

For more details check out the OverviewOfWebSynergy page at the TheAquarium wiki. The plan (with the usual comment about mice and men) is to record the presentation.

Updated Slides are available now at the wiki page.

Sunday Sep 07, 2008

Webinar: Overview of WebSynergy, with James Falkner and Prashant Dighe

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James Falkner and Prashant Dighe will give an Overview of WebSynergy Thursday morning - 11am PT, Sept 11th, 2008. You can join us via a concall (free if in the US, caller-paid overseas) or online via TheAquarium @ uStream.TV.

For more details check out the OverviewOfWebSynergy page at the TheAquarium wiki. The plan (with the usual comment about mice and men) is to record the presentation.

Tuesday Aug 19, 2008

Webinar: Intro and Overview of OSGi, by Richard Hall

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Richard Hall (of Apache Felix fame) will give an Introduction and Overview of OSGi tomorrow morrning - 11am PT, Wed 20th, 2008. You can join us via a concall (free if in the US, caller-paid overseas) or online via TheAquarium @ uStream.TV.

For more details check out the IntroAndOverviewToOSGi page at the TheAquarium wiki. The plan (with the usual comment about mice and men) is to record the presentation.

I will tag similar entries with See GlassFishTV.