One of the best reasons to attend Javaone is the quality of the talks that are given. I personally find the keynotes the least interesting part of javaone – the real value is in hearing an expert (who may often have developed the code he is talking about) in a BOF or a technical session or a lab.
The speaking slots are always heavily oversubscribed and the organizers usually do a very good job of choosing presenters who are both knowledgeable and able to speak to their audience. All the heavyweights from Oracle will be there but also a lot of hardcore, independent experts with no link to Oracle but a passion for Java.
The talks have now been chosen for Javaone in San Francisco (at the start of October), and you can review the content online and start to plan your week.
One tip that I have is to choose some sessions to broaden your knowledge on things which you are not currently an expert in. The Java world is now so large that you cannot know everything. I am primarily a ‘desktop’ guy, but the glassfish sessions opened my eyes to a whole load of new ideas. So take a chance – you might well enhance your skillset and you can always leave early…
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