JavaBin, the Norwegian JavaUsers Group
has announced a call for papers for the 2007 edition of JavaZone. The event will take place in Olso Norway on September 12 and 13.
2007 marks the 6th year that this event will be held. Last year was a massive success with more than 1400 attendees enjoying over 90 sessions in six parallel tracks. The list of speakers was an impressive lineup of internationally known names that included Rod Johnson, John Crupi, Eric Evans, Kevlin Henney, Tom Gilb, Bruce Tate and Ted Neward. Leading evangelists in the community rate JavaZone as one of the most important Java events in Europe.
The conference offers a combination of technical talks and panels in an intimate atmosphere with 2000 - 2400 expected participants. Talks will be held in both English (50%) and Norwegian (50) and will include:
- Technical presentations
- Social happenings
- Partner expo
This year's JavaZone will cover the following topics:
- Core Java, AOP and utilities
- Enterprise application development and integration
- Java Web Technologies
- Embedded, Mobile and Gaming
- Experience reports
- Methodology and Business
Please send your ideas for this year's talk to program at java dot no before April 30, 2007. You can find more detail at the JavaZone website