A week ago, the JavaOne 2012 call-for-papers came to a conclusion. Notifications were sent out to the content authors. I submitted three papers and got two accepted.
CON4643 Contemporary User Interface Design Patterns in JavaFX 2.2
CON4648 Scala, JavaFX, Java EE 7 and Enterprise Integration
Just before the confirmations were out, Stephen Chin, got in contact with me. He invited me to work with himself on a JavaOne Lab. Of course, I said yes. I would love to do a repeat of our 2011 Devoxx University JavaFX session.
JavaFX 2: A Java Developer’s Guide
We will be working on an update of our three hour session. I am excited to work on this tutorial as I know Steve is. We look to include more advanced topic relevant to JavaFX 2.2 and the future releases.
If you are able to travel to San Francisco, I look forward to meeting you at JavaOne 2012 in the autumn.
Over seven weeks ago, I gave a presentation called Progressive JavaFX 2.0 Custom Components at JavaOne 2011 in California. It is now publicly available as audio only. The demos were all captured. Thanks to the Parleys.com and Oracle for processing this session.
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PS: Thanks to Sharat Chander for pointing out my session had been processed a week ago!
After a very busy QConLondon 2011 this week, I almost forgot to mention that the lightning talks from JavaPosse Roundup were announced.
I did to two lightning talks of five minutes long on Tuesday and Wednesday nights over in Crested Butte, Colorado. Gosh! It seems like a decade ago or a distance life already. I suppose that is what fun memories of a great gathering do after all.
Scala Adoption for Business
Developing Your Personal Self-Awareness (Peter Pilgrim)
Enjoy! Thanks for the memories
(Feedback, suggestions and good uplifting greetings always appreciated)
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