JavaONE 2010? Seems Like It Will Take Place.

Look at this announcement "SDN Members get 10% off New Java University and JavaOne Training Sessions". JavaOne 2010 seems to take place from 22.06. - 25.06.2010. See you at J1 in San Francisco again? It would be nice.  


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Yeah - cu @ J1

Posted by Sven Reimers on January 13, 2010 at 11:55 PM CET #

I think you are grasping for straws but I cross my fingers and toes in hope that you are right.

Posted by Björn Caroll on January 14, 2010 at 06:06 PM CET #

Nicht nochmals eine WM in den USA verfolgen :-)

Posted by Matthias Wessendorf on January 15, 2010 at 11:56 AM CET #

@Matthias,

why not? JavaOne is well known for its high bandwidth internet access. You can fully rely on streaming :-)

see you there!,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on January 15, 2010 at 02:25 PM CET #

Yes, this looks true. The Moscone Center has it on their calendar.

Posted by Glenn Holmer on January 15, 2010 at 04:34 PM CET #

From Sun Oracle website:

"Will there be a JavaOne in 2010?

Yes, there will be a JavaOne Conference in 2010. JavaOne will be co-located with Oracle Develop during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco from September 19-23, 2010. You may experience and register for JavaOne as a standalone conference just as before, or you can attend Oracle Develop 2010 and/or Oracle OpenWorld as well; it's your choice. Furthermore, unlike in recent years, JavaOne will focus solely on Java Technology and its associated ecosystem. You're welcome to attend Oracle Develop and Oracle OpenWorld to gain insight into specific products. As usual, all Java users and partners are invited to submit papers and to attend JavaOne.

And here's more good news: We're taking JavaOne and Oracle Develop on the road, arriving in Brazil, Russia, India, and China in 2010/2011. For the first time, the rapidly growing developer communities in those countries will have access to the JavaOne experience. Although the currently scheduled Sun Tech Days in India and Russia will continue to occur as planned, JavaOne and Oracle Develop will occur in place of Sun Tech Days thereafter. "

IMO The sad news is "unlike in recent years, JavaOne will focus solely on Java Technology". The great thing about J1 was that talks would go beyond Java. One could see Kent Beck talking about TDD, Scott Ambler talking about Agile, others talking about software architecture, and so on.

Posted by Paulo Merson on January 28, 2010 at 01:43 PM CET #

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