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JavaOne 2010? Dead or slow moving? (like, really really slow) January 13, 2010

Posted by Sacha in English, IT, JBoss.
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I was looking for information about JavaOne 2010 and despite being indeed listed on the Moscone Center events page, SUN/Java web pages make absolutely no mention about it and only refers to JavaOne 2009. No words about a call for paper neither. So, does SUN really think it can pull a JavaOne conference from scratch is less than 6 months?

Until ORCL’s definitive agreement for buying SUN has been closed, SUN is supposed to keep driving its business independently. I have a really hard time believing this total lack of communication and organization around a JavaOne 2010 conference fits that rule.

Onward,

Sacha

P.S.: too bad, the OracleOne TLD is already taken 😉

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1. Rich Sharples' Blog » Blog Archive » 5 Reasons to submit a paper for JBoss World 2010 - January 13, 2010

[…] very likely IMHO that there won’t be a Java One this year – if you are looking for an opportunity to talk about what you’re doing with […]

2. Kevin - April 17, 2010

who cares it’s java. Go to a Tech-Ed rather.

Sacha - April 26, 2010

Who cares? Well, anybody wanted a pie of the 2B USD java App server market I guess.


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