Report from JavaOne 2009 – the presentation

Lucas Jellema

 

JavaOne 2009 took over parts of San Francisco – primarily the Moscone Center and all surrounding bars – in the first week of June. For five long days (that is counting Community One as well) some 10k developers and other Java lovers exchanged ideas and inspiration. Wouter and Lucas attended JavaOne, presented at it and also reported back their main findings in a session early last week at the AMIS office in Nieuwegein. For those of you who could not attend (or did attend but would like to browse through the slides again) we have made the presentations from this session available on line. Please go to
http://www.amis.nl/tech_artikelen.php?id=750 to find the presentations from this rather interesting night.

You may also be interested in knowing that on July 7th, we organize a special event around JPA 2.0 ( the next release of the Java Persistence API) where you will not only hear about the new and improved features in JPA 2.0,  but will also be able to do hands-on sessions with the the latest nightly build of the reference implementation for JPA 2.0  (EclipseLink). If you want to attend this (free) session, please go to http://www.amis.nl/open-source-java to register.

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