This is the photo visitation of my blog around the JavaOne 2015 conference, which is the twentieth edition.
Java Leader’s breakfast exhibition in Sunady morning.
San Francisco, late autumn whatever your style.
Java Keynote at the Moscone Center
On User Group Sunday, Bruno Souza grabbed Java leaders, champions, including myself to be part of an impromptu panel answering questions about Java eco-system
The very talented Mr. Ed Burns of the Null Pointers band, JavaServer Faces specification lead, picking on the Ukelele. In the background, there is Zoran
Joe Darcy is talking about JDK 9 Modularity Tools
Linda De Michel tells the audience about Java EE 8 umbrella specification
Josh Long of Pivotal software and I. We were at the post JavaOne gathering at the TomiTribe residence.
A Nighthacking.com interview Mohammed Taman (R) by Heather Vancura (L)
A Nighthacking.com interview for the Null Pointers band members. To my right with Freddy Guime, founding band member and leaders and furthest right is Cesar Hernandez
Ignite sessions with Kevin Nilsson (centre), Stephen Chin (L) and Keith Combs (R)
Cityscape 46 in the Hilton Tower at night for the annual JCP party
Andy Gumbrecht of Tomitribe conducts his Ignite talk
Patrick Curran cuts the 20th year Birthday cake at the JCP party
Null pointers band – Nighthacking.com interview I: (L) Me, (C) Freddy Guime, and (R) Cesar
Null pointers band – Nighthacking.com interview II
A nice NAO robot in the exhibition hall, Oracle Demogrounds
The MVC 1.0 conference technical session with (R) Ivar Grimstad and (L) Santiago Pericasgeertsen
Hanging out with the Tomitribe crew. To my right is Amelia Eiras, above us is Roberto Cortes
Netbeans Dream Team member on user group Sunday
I took at selfie with Tori Wiedlt, formerly of Oracle and now with New Relic
Frank Greco, fellow Java Champion, New York Java User Group, the amazing lead guitarist of the Null Pointers. Power solo
Nullpointer’s Hirosh Ito sings Green Day’s Basket Case and plays the bass guitar
Mattias Karlson drums on the set
Ed burns on the keyboards
Help me! I think this lady is called Tamao Nakahara (?) and her Ignite presentation was called “Women inside IT: Coding with Grace”
Grace refers to the Admiral Grace Hopper, one of the first modern computer programmers who coined the term, “debugging”.
Sir Elton John, a very real and genuine rock star legend at the Oracle Appreciation Event
Same again, bartender!
Peter Lawrey, expert in very high performance Java computing, getting down at the JCP party and the Nullpointers
See part 2
PS: There was no post JavaOne California driving tour, this year. I stayed just for a week in San Francisco.