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First sessions for JAXConf announced!

Chris Mayer
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The four day event (July 9-12) in San Francisco is shaping up nicely with the announcement of several tracks, full of Java goodness

That time of year is slowly creeping up on us. Our good friends at JAXconf are proud to announce that preparations for 2012’s conference in San Francisco are well underway – and the reveal of several tracks at the event.

That’s right – the comprehensive and all-encompassing conference series for development in the Java Ecosystem is back at San Francisco’s Mission Bay Conference Center, July 9-12.

Expect high quality sessions that deep-dive into the latest topics in enterprise, mobile, web, open source, tools, methodologies and implementation. You can also engage with some of the industry’s heavyweight, learning from others’ expertise and just generally have a great time.

From all the latest happenings in Java EE 7 and JAX-RS 2.0 to NoSQL and Big Data, there’s something for everyone. Tracks for the four day conference that have been announced so far include:

A wide spread of topics I’m sure you’ll agree. That’s only the start though, with tracks to be released in the coming weeks.

A snapshot of those headlining the bill with sessions at the event include Dan Allen (JBoss/Red Hat), Lincoln Baxter III (JBoss/Red Hat), Arun Gupta (Oracle), Java Champion Steve Chin, Douglas Crockford, Christophe Coenraets (Adobe), Joonas Lethinen (Vaadin) and many many more. You can see them all here.

If you like what you see, head over the JAXconf website for all the appropriate information about the event or follow @jaxconf on Twitter.

We’re already excited by those already gracing the event with their presence – you can expect more to be announced in due course.

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