First JAX London Sessions Go Live!
Sessions on Spring, Eclipse, Clojure, Java EE 6 and OSGi online now!
After two successful runs in 2010, JAX London will be returning in April, 2011. Already confirmed for the conference, are sessions by Chris Aniszczyk from Red Hat, organiser of the London Java Community John Stevenson and principal consultant with ThoughtWorks, Ian Robinson. There will be sessions on such diverse topics as version control, Eclipse Virgo, Clojure, Java EE 6 and the Spring ecosystem, with a new dedicated Spring track moderated by founding member of the Java Champions, Eberhard Wolff. This year, OSGi fans can take a tour of OSGi projects they may not be familiar with, in ‘OSGi à la carte’ and learn how OSGi is used in GlassFish, with the ‘OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications in GlassFish’ session run by Arun Gupta.
All the information about JAX London 2011 sessions is online now. For all the latest news on the conference, be sure to follow JAX London on Twitter!