Oracle announced in its recent webcast that JavaOne would continue to exist as an independent event although the dates would now be around Oracle OpenWorld time. JavaOne 2010 will be held in San Francisco on September 19-23. JavaOne 2010 call for papers is open till March 14, 2010.
JavaOne allows attendees to explore, share, and collaborate on the latest developments and practices related to Java technology.
JavaOne will include sessions organized into seven tracks, and individuals are encouraged to submit proposals targeted at one of the seven tracks: 1. Core Java Platform, 2. Java SE and Desktop Java, 3. Java EE and Java for Enterprise Applications, 4. JavaFX and Rich User Experience, 5. Java ME and Mobile, 6. Java for Devices, Card, and TV, 7.The Java Frontier.
Note that unless you are a the project lead or creator of a popular Java software, it will take special effort to get your session approved at J1. So most presentations come from the US & Europe. Curious to see if that changes this year and if innovation & Java products are happening in countries like India, China, Brazil, etc. Click to submit your paper.
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