Second Day at JAX London 2011

Java EE, OSGi and Community Event at JAX London 2011

For the second day of JAX London 2011, we have two exciting keynotes and a Community Night, in addition to a packed programme of sessions! Attendees can look forward to a keynote from Dan North, who will examine the habits of software teams, in his 'Patterns of Effective Delivery' talk. The afternoon keynote will be held by Michaël Chaize, and will look at the challenge of providing an engaging user experience across the range of new, Internet connected devices. Come along to learn how Adobe innovates to help developers build user-interfaces connected to a Java backend.

The day also offers two tracks dedicated to Java EE and OSGi. Java EE day covers the range of technologies that occupy the Java EE space, including EJB, CDI and GlassFish. The track is moderated by Oracle's Arun Gupta, who will also present a 'GlassFish 3.1 -Simplifying your Java EE 6 development & deployment' talk in the afternoon. Meanwhile, the OSGi track features sessions from OSGi specification lead Peter Kriens, IBM's Holly Cummins, and Groovy, Grails and GPars committer Dierk König. But, this day isn't restricted to Java EE and OSGi, with the Java Tech and Tools track covering such diverse technologies as Scala, messaging, Eclipse, RESTful protocols, and databases. Check out the Java Tech and Tools track, for more information on everything that's on offer!

Not registered for JAX London, but still in the mood for some Java-related know-how? Then be sure to come down for tonight's community event! The JAX London Community Night is a FREE event offering the professional Java developer a chance to hear from specially selected speakers, learn about latest technologies, meet with peers and interact with the community. In one room, Oracle's Arun Gupta will host a live JavaEE hacking Night, while the main room will host three back-to-back sessions from leading industry speakers.

Jessica Thornsby

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