JAXconf Announcement!

Free CI and Cloud Community Events at JAXconf

Jessica Thornsby
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Register now, for two FREE Community Events, featuring Kohsuke Kawaguchi and Ken Sip.

JAXconf is
just one month away now, bringing the JAX conference brand’s unique
combination of full-day tutorials, workshops, community events and
sessions to San Jose! Recently announced, is a keynote by the
creator of Spring Framework, Rod Johnson, on ‘The Future of Java,’
where he will look at the current demand for an enterprise Java
cloud platform. Find out how cloud computing is affecting the Java
Ecosystem, in this exciting keynote!

In addition to four days packed with sessions from leading
industry speakers, there will be two free community events,
featuring sessions by Kohsuke Kawaguchi and CTO of Gradleware, Ken
Sip. On June 21st, 2011, CI Circus
kicks off with an afternoon Jenkins & Gradle Hackathon. Bring
your laptops and get involved – this is your chance to code
collaboratively with your peers and industry experts. After the
Hackathon, attendees will have the opportunity to attend a range of
talks and case studies covering all the hot CI topics. After a full
afternoon dedicated to CI, there will be a second Community Event
which tackles the burning topic of cloud computing. Go beyond the
hype, with JAXconf’s ‘Cloud Jam‘ evening, where attendees will be
shown the reality of the different approaches taken by the current
major players in the cloud: Amazon, Google, JBoss, SpringSource,
and more! This unique mix of talks and interactive hacking session
will give attendees the chance to experience what it really means
to bring a complex open source project to the cloud.

Registration for both of these Community Events is free, and
open to non-JAXconf attendees, and attendees alike!

JAXconf will run from June 20th-23rd, 2011, in San
Jose, California. For more information, or to register for the
conference or the Community Events, please visit the JAXconf
website.

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