The countdown has begun

Announcement: Only one week left to submit for JAX London 2013

Chris Mayer

Get your abstracts in for London’s premier Java conference – returning for its sixth installment – while you still can!

A quick reminder – there’s only six days left
to get your abstracts in for JAX London 2013!

The conference, which runs on the 28th-30th
October at Park Plaza, Victoria, London, will bring together some
of the greatest speakers and developers from across the Java
industry. We’re accepting abstracts at
until 28th March.

Although JAX London’s roots are firmly embedded in Java, we
recognise that the industry is changing and it’s no longer solely
about the language or platform. Web technologies, cloud services,
NoSQL databases and mobile platforms all play a role in modern

As such, we’re keen to reflect this converging world and welcome
sessions in the following tracks:

  • Java Core Technologies
  • Java Enterprise Technologies & Frameworks
  • JVM Languages (e.g. Java, Scala, Groovy, JRuby, Clojure,
  • Web Technologies (e.g. Node.js, JavaScript, HTML5)
  • Methodologies: Agile, Devops, Continuous Delivery, …
  • Modern Software Architecture: practices & principles
  • Big Data & NoSQL
  • Mobile: Android, Mobile Web, iOS, Mobile Enterprise
  • Cloud & PaaS Technologies
  • Web technologies, APIs, Mobile, service values etc
  • Open Source Tools & Frameworks

If any of those topics tickle your fancy, you’ve got some time
left to submit before the deadline closes on March 28th.

From some of the sessions we’ve released so far,
we can tell the selection process is going to be difficult. If you
want to make the process even harder, head over the JAX London website and

Just keep in mind that we want sessions that really speak to
attendees, free of marketing jargon and get them thinking.

Stick with JAXenter over the coming weeks for more details
surrounding the conference! And don’t forget that our ‘blind bird’
tickets to JAX London are already on sale for a
bargain £360.

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