JavaFX Talks Acceptedsteveonjava | May 22, 2010
I am honored to be accepted by some great conferences to speak on JavaFX. Each of the talks I am giving is unique, which means more work for me, but is a great opportunity to talk about some different topics that I think are important for folks using JavaFX.
First up is Jazoon in Zurich, Switzerland on June 1-3. I have heard great things about this conference from folks who have attended in past years, and have already heard from some folks who will be attending my talk. The topic for my session will be Building Data Rich Interfaces with JavaFX. I have some good content lined up from my open source projects (actually too much content), so it should be a great session.
Next I will be speaking at JavaOne in my hometown of San Francisco on September 19-23. Oracle is pulling out all the stops for this conference, taking over a full block of Mason Street as the JavaOne “Zone”. They will be putting up a big tent with videostreaming and other festivities, in addition to the 4,000 square feet of space dedicated to talks and sessions. For those of you who are not aware of the magnitude of Oracle, here is a shot of what they have done in past years for Oracle Open World:
I am fortunate enough to be able to co-present 2 Technical Sessions and 2 BOFs at JavaOne 2010:
Technical Session 1: Pro JavaFX: Developing Enterprise Applications
Co-presented with Jim Weaver
Technical Session 2: Take Control of JavaFX
Co-presented with Jonathan Giles from the JavaFX Control Team
Birds of a Feather Session 1: JFXtras: JavaFX Controls, Layouts, Services, and More
Co-presented with Dean Iverson and the rest of the JFXtras Team
Birds of a Feather Session 2: JavaFX Author JAM
Co-presented with Jim Weaver, Jim Clarke, Dean Iverson, and many other JavaFX authors (to be announced)
If you haven’t already, it is not too late to book your ticket for JavaOne. This will definitely be a year you won’t want to miss!