I’m proud to announce that I’ll be talking at the GeeCON conference about Java EE 6. Proud because this conference is the first edition and has been created by the Polish JUG. A few months ago, Grzegorz Duda asked me if I was interested in speaking there. I’m always ready when it comes to talk for JUGs. GeeCON is a […]
Jazoon, the international conference on Java technology, will be held in Zurich from the 22nd to the 25th of June. For four days you will have the chance to go to many technical presentations, with good speakers and also plenty of BOFs. I‘ve sumitted a talk on Java EE 6 and I‘ve also submitted a BOF on the same topic. The BOF is called Why should I care about Java EE 6 ? The idea is to meet informally with expert members or spec leads around Java EE 6 (EJB, JPA, JAX-RS, JAX-WS…). Developer, architects, project leaders who wantsto know more about Java EE 6 could come and share their questions and comments with Java EE 6 experts. To hold this BOF, I‘m looking for other expert members or spec leads who will be at Jazoon. If you are interested, drop me an email so we can try to make this BOF happen.
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