Sun opens registration for JavaOne conference

By : |February 26, 2009 0

SANTA CLARA, USA: Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced that registration for the 2009 JavaOne conference. Hosted by Chris Melissinos, chief gaming officer at Sun Microsystems, the JavaOne conference provides attendees with a virtually unparalleled opportunity to learn from the creators and foremost experts in Java technology.

The 2009 Conference will encompass hundreds of in-depth technical sessions, Hands-on Labs and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BOFs). Sun received an outstanding 1,300+ submissions from this year’s Call for Papers, which are currently under review by 35 external reviewers who participate in the selection process along with a panel of Sun employees.

Conference content will be organized across four broad, high-level areas, which capture the major dimensions of activity and attention around and within the Java platform.

    * Rich Media Applications and Interactive Content
    * Mobility
    * Services including Cloud Computing
    * Core Technologies, Java Platform Standard Edition (JavaSE), Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE), Embedded, Real-Time and Java Card technologies, etc.

Located at the Moscone Center in San Francisco June 2-5, the JavaOne Conference is the definitive venue to highlight the latest implementations, innovations and success stories in Java technology, scripting languages, Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), cloud computing, open source and more.

Attendees can get hands-on experience, network with their peers, and have the opportunity to connect with technology experts and industry leaders.

Duke’s Choice Awards

Sun is also announcing that the call for submissions is now open for the seventh annual Duke’s Choice Awards, which celebrate extreme innovation in the world of Java technology.

Duke’s Choice Awards selection is based on the innovation and creativity of Java technology-based applications and services, including web applications and tools; mobile applications and services; and games and card-based applications. Winners will receive a statuette of ‘Duke,’ the Java technology mascot, and be recognized for their achievement at the JavaOne conference.

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