If you work in Java it is difficult not to get excited about JavaOne. It is the biggest dedicated event for Java, a chance to meet and hear all the big players and it is in one of my favourite American cities (San Francisco). Beside coding, there is also a whole week of free parties, loads of music concerts as part of the OracleWorld music festival and the closing stages of the America’s Cup if you arrive early.
The list of conference talks is now available online for free browsing and I am very pleased that we will be a part of JavaOne 2013 with our BOF Talk Lessons Learned from Using GlassFish with NetBeans. We use both NetBeans and GlassFish extensively in our software development and we will be aiming to share our experiences and provide lots of tips and tricks. We hope to see you at JavaOne 2013!
If you want more information on JavaOne 2013 and further coverage of the entire event check out our JavaOne 2013 Series Index, which covers everything that is happening and is constantly updated, keep checking back for new info!
We will also be in Silicon Valley/Palo Alto/San Francisco the week before visiting current (and possibly future) clients and showing them developments (XFA and PDF to HTML5/SVG especially). If you would like us to visit (it is totally free and there is no obligation but we do need to know so we can book flights/schedule activities) you can let us know via our contact usor by social media (Twitter, Facebook and Google+).
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