I’m very excited to be part of Oracle’s JavaOne event again this year, and I can’t wait to head over to San Francisco at the end of September!
This year I’ll be presenting a solo session on “Cloud Develop’s DHARMA: Redefining done for Cloud applications” (which is an improved version of the talk at gave at Skillsmatter earlier this year), and three other joint Birds-of-a-feather (BOF) sessions on OpenJDK Adoption, the JCP Process, and “How to make your Java User Group and Java More Awesome”
You can find details of all of the talks on my JavaOne conference profile page here.
Last year at JavaOne I was fortunate to be invited to talk to theserverside.com’s Cameron McKenzie about a range of topics, and you can find a link to the recordings below [please note that some of the editing in the videos is a bit wonky, as it appears that I am not always answering the question asked – I can assure that you I was answering appropriately during the actual interview itself 🙂 ]
- Handling ‘Big Data’ http://www.theserverside.com/news/2240207802/Java-EE-Handling-big-data
- Working on the OpenJDK and how distributed teams drive open-source development: http://www.theserverside.com/news/2240207797/How-distributed-teams-and-developers-drive-open-source-development
I look forward to catching up with old friends (and making new ones) at this year’s JavaOne, and so if you are there please come and say hello!