OSCON Java sessions are now available for download

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News: OSCON Java sessions are now available for download

  1. OSCON had presentations from all over the computer science field. Java was represented, and the sessions are now available for us to checkout.

    Applied Ant
    Speaker(s): Erik Hatcher
    Presentation Date: 07/09/2003
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    Introduction to Lucene
    Speaker(s): Erik Hatcher
    Presentation Date: 07/09/2003
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    Introduction to the Jakarta Commons
    Speaker(s): Christopher Judd, Brian Sam-Bodden
    Presentation Date: 07/09/2003
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    Java Data Objects (JDO): What It Is and Why It Matters
    Speaker(s): Ron Hitchens
    Presentation Date: 07/09/2003
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    The making of JabberCollab
    Speaker(s): Harold Gottschalk
    Presentation Date:
    07/09/2003
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    Web Service Programming Using Axis
    Speaker(s): Christian Gross
    Presentation Date: 07/09/2003
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    If you went to OSCON, what did you think of it this year?

    Threaded Messages (5)

  2. computer science field[ Go to top ]

    wow, your definition of the "computer science field" is way the **** of base
  3. ok calm down :)[ Go to top ]

    That comment was just to show that this wasn't just a Java show. I didn't meant to say "every possible thing that is being worked on computer science was represented at OSCON this year" :)
  4. Ruby, oh yeah![ Go to top ]

    Ruby had a very strong following at OSCON. I attended Dave Thomas' all day Ruby tutorial and learned tons.

    Oh, and the Lucene and Ant presentations were fantastic!!!! :)
  5. I got an error[ Go to top ]

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  6. Don't Forget[ Go to top ]

    Don't forget:
    "Subversion from Within: Python in a Java World"

    :)