Conference on Enterprise Java vastly exceeded Sun's expectations
for a first year show of its kind."
Group Product Manager
Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
O'Reilly Conference on Enterprise Java|
Westin Hotel -- Santa Clara, California
The O'Reilly Conference on Enterprise Java: Day 3--Robert Eckstein
reports on the keynote by Sun Microsystems' Simon Phipps, "Standards,
Swarms, and Synergies," as well as sessions by Middleware vice president
Doug Bateman on "SOAP" and O'Reilly author Hans Bergsten on "Custom Tag
Libraries Using JavaServer Pages." For ongoing reports, check
To keep abreast of the unfolding conference news, visit OnJava.com.
Conference Sponsor Annoucements--Read Java announcements from
Interview with Simon Phipps--Why did Simon Phipps leave IBM to become
Sun Microsystem's chief technology evangelist? So he could "work with the
people who were doing the imagining." O'Reilly Network editorial director
David Sims also asked Simon about Sun's advances in wireless, peer-to-peer,
PDAs, and smart Web services.
The Big Small
Platform--Conference presenter and O'Reilly author Jonathan Knudsen
explores the Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) of Java 2, Micro
Edition (J2ME) and explains how all the acronyms fit together. Jonathan
Knudsen will speak about
J2ME and XML at the upcoming
O'Reilly Conference on
Enabling Component Architectures with JMX--Writing for the
O'Reilly Network's new ONJava.com Web site, Marc Fleury explains
the role of Java Management Extension (JMX) components in J2EE platforms and
how JMX boosted productivity in an open source project. Marc Fleury will
to Use jBoss at the upcoming
Conference on Enterprise Java.
We are featuring many of the authors who have made the O'Reilly Java
series the leader in Java publishing, including
Brett McLaughlin, author of
Java and XML, and
Jason Hunter, author of
Who Should Attend?
- Serious Java programmers, developers, and technical staff involved in
implementing enterprise class Java applications
- Front-line Java experts will walk away with new skills, contacts, and
perspectives that they can use immediately.
- Managers of programming teams and CTOs who need to understand the cutting
edges in Java technology will get the background and detail they need to make
sound decisions on technology adoption.
Five Ways to Register:
- Onsite: Early onsite registration opens Sunday, March 25th, at
- Phone: 800-998-9938 (Registration Phone Hours: 6:00am - 5:00pm PST)
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