The last day of JavaOne – it’s a wrap! We had a hard time getting up this morning after long days and having been the Oracle Appreciation Event the evening before where Maroon 5 and The Black Keys blew us and thousands of other Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne attendees away on Treasure Island in the middle of the San Francisco … Lees verder JavaOne Day 5: It’s A Wrap!
As we said earlier, if you don’t find want you’re looking for in a particular session, it’s perfectly okay to take a pause in the schedule. You’d almost forget there’s much more to do in the buildings dedicated to JavaOne here in San Francisco, so I’m going to talk a little bit about that for today. Network & Relaxation Even … Lees verder JavaOne Day 4: Treasures
We’ve already been here for a few days, and now while I’m writing this sitting in the luxurious lobby of the Hilton sipping from a hot Hazelnut Macchiato, I’m really glad First8 gave us the opportunity to be here at JavaOne. A lot of sessions and presentations are about technology and frameworks we’re very familiar with at First8 and from … Lees verder JavaOne Day 3: Functional and Evolutionary Programming
Yesterday was Community Day and a bit low on sessions, but day 2 of JavaOne really got technical if you wanted to. And we wanted it to. Since we had to finish up yesterday’s post only this morning and it’s half an hour drive we missed our first planned session about the Science and Art of Backward Compatibility. As opposed … Lees verder JavaOne Day 2: Java & The Enterprise
So Jeroen and I went to Oracle OpenWorld/JavaOne 2013 – the event to be at if you’re a professional Java software developer. Or do other Oracle stuff. We want to give some first impression of the trip, San Francisco and JavaOne in this blog post and keep you updated the coming days during the event. After checking in and boarding … Lees verder JavaOne Day 1: First Impression