Today, several of team from IDRsolutions will be packing their bags and heading off to JavaOne 2014 in San Francisco. We have 6 main activities planned….
1. Meeting people before the show
We will be in town from wednesday to see potential and current customers in Silicon valley and San Francisco area. If you would like us to drop by and chat, let us know and we will see if we can squeeze you in.
2. Doing 2 talks on NetBeans and JavaFX
We use NetBeans and JavaFX every day in our development so it will be no surprise to see us talking on the subject at JavaOne. Mark will be part of a panel on free tools at the NetBeans day while Ernest and Sylwia will be talking on tuesday night on Lessons Learned in Developing a NetBeans PDF Viewer Plug-in in JavaFX [BOF2317]
3. Running stand 5714
We will be on Stand 5714 (next to our friends from IText), talking about all things PDF, Java, HTML5, SVG, JavaFX, NetBeans related. Drop by and see what we have been working on with our Java PDF products.
4. Going to lots of talks (and parties)
JavaOne is a great chance to hear what Oracle’s plans are for JavaOne, learn from lots of experts and meet lots of other developers. There is the traditional big GlassFish party on Sunday night which is always a great bash to start your week.
5. Keeping you updated
As usual, all our team will be very active on Twitter and our blog with photos, reports, gossip and news. We want you to feel like you were at the show! Follow JavaPDF on twitter on our Facebook and keep an eye on our JavaOne blog page.
6. The free concert. Aerosmith, free food and drink at Treasure Island. Need we say more….
What will you be doing? Let us know.
If you want more information on JavaOne 2014 and further coverage of the entire event check out our JavaOne Series Index, which covers everything that is happening and is constantly updated, keep checking back for new info!
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