Sun Microsystems has announced the 2009 JavaOne conference schedule, which includes approximately 330 sessions over the four days of the event. The Conference will focus on innovations and success stories in Java technology, scripting languages, Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), cloud computing, and open source.
Some of the sessions will include:
Cloud Computing: Show Me the Money – Jeff Barr, Amazon.com; Jeff Collins, Intuit; Adam Gross, Salesforce.com, Inc.; Simon Guest, Microsoft; Gregor Hohpe, Google, Inc.; Raghavan Srinivas, Intuit; Lew Tucker, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Java in Brazilian Digital TV: Interactivity and Digital Inclusion on TV – Magno Cavalcante, Petrobras; Clayton Chagas, Brazilian Army Research Center
A Music Visualizer with the Java Media Framework API and JavaFX Technology – Lucas Jordan, EffectiveUI
The Modular Java Platform and Project Jigsaw – Mark Reinhold, Sun Microsystems
Securing Web and Service-Oriented Architectures with Apache Axis, WSS4J, Spring, and OpenLDAP – Shawn McKinney, Fidelity National Information Services
Exploiting Concurrency with Dynamic Languages – Tobias Ivarsson, Neo Technology
Web 2.0 Phone Home: Rapid Development of Telecom-Enabled Web Applications – Gregory Bond and Thomas Smith, AT&T Labs Research
It’s happening at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, June 2 – 5.