This years the Belgium Java Users Group's Javapolis conference (December 3rd& 4th, Antwerp) on J2EE, Security, XML, Open Source, and Methodologies, and features a great lineup of speakers leading the commercial and open source world, including James Gosling, Craig McClanahan, Jonas Boner, myself, and many others.
- Posted by: Floyd Marinescu
- Posted on: November 14 2003 14:11 EST
Check out Javapolis 2003.
- Good program by Benjamin Mestrallet on November 14 2003 16:05 EST
- out of work by Robert Douglass on November 15 2003 14:16 EST
- Announcing BeJug Javapolis - December 3rd & 4th, Antwerp by Robin Roos on November 18 2003 06:38 EST
Many interesting topics...
I will be there too, I have just regstrated and it is not far from Paris :)
The topics look interesting indeed. Last year it was quite interesting as well! One to recommend!
If I'm still looking for work by then, I'll be there! Do attendees generally dislike it when you introduce yourself "Hi, I'm Joe, I need a job" ???
May you should look for a Visa to India, I heard companies such as IBM, SUN, Oracle etc hiring a lot of people there.
Yes, we dislike it.
But hey, I have a joboffer for an experienced J2EE developer in Antwerp. So if you're serious, contact me.
What, no JDO coverage this year?
Last year was great. I naturally enjoyed talking about JDO, and I also enjoyed watching the movie Anti Trust in a theatre full of Java developers and architects. Best wishes to JavaPolis this year.
Kind regards, Robin.
multiple speakers covered/mentioned the use of JDO.
In fact, the speach on "EJB2.0 performance and scalability" sounded a lot like "you better use JDO" :-)
BTW, for movie we had "The Matrix III".