JavaOne Returns to San Francisco

Oracle Announce JavaOne 2011

Jessica Thornsby

Oracle have announced details of this year’s JavaOne conference.

Oracle have announced that JavaOne will take place this year, and will run from October 2nd to 6th in San Francisco. Although JavaOne 2011 will take place the same week as the Oracle OpenWorld event, according to Oracle JavaOne will be run “as a separate, standalone conference, with its own fully dedicated conference space.” All JavaOne 2011 sessions will take place in “The Zone” at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. There will also be larger rooms for sessions, more exhibitor space and more content slots. Oracle plan to work directly with “community representatives” in planning the conference.

“With increased investment and significant improvements, Oracle is committed to making JavaOne a success again this year and into the future.”

A list of the people making up this year’s JavaOne Program Review Committee is now available. The Call for Papers is currently expected to open on April 27th and close on Monday May 23rd. Interested parties will be able to submit talks that cover the following areas:

  • Core Java Platform
  • Emerging Languages, Tools and Techniques
  • Enterprise Service Architectures and the Cloud
  • Java EE Web Profile and Platform Technologies
  • Java ME, Mobile, Embedded, and Devices
  • Java SE, Client-Side Technologies and Rich User Experiences
  • The Java Frontier

Registration for JavaOne 2011 is now open.

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