TheServerSide Java Symposium (TSSJS) 2011: Registration Has Opened.


News: TheServerSide Java Symposium (TSSJS) 2011: Registration Has Opened.

  1. It's that time again.

    TheServerSide Java Symposium 2011 (TSSJS) March 16-18, 2011

    It's time to sign up to attend the largest, independent Java conference, in North America. TheServerSide Java Symposium (TSSJS) has been scheduled to take place between March 16th and 18th of 2011, at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, and by signing up now and taking advantage of the early-bird specials, you can save significantly on the cost of admission.

    Pervasive Java.
    That's the theme.

    Java really is everywhere, but it's rarely just Java. Even if it's the power of the Java platform you're harnessing, you're more than likely running bytecode generated from a variety of different languages, be it Scala, JRuby or Jython, just to name a few. Or you might actually be coding in Java, but just generating and deploying JavaScript, be it through GWT or JQuery. And for that matter, some are indeed writing pure Java, but deploying it all to a Microsoft Azure cloud. Java is pervasive, but it doesn't exist in a vacuum. This time around, TSSJS 2011 will be exploring how the pervasive Java landscape is changing, and our expert speakers will be providing you with the insight you need to stay on top of that change.

    Expert Speakers: Expert Insight

    And the level of expertise presenting and speaking at this year's symposium will be second to none. Here's just a small sampling of some of the industry experts that will be presenting at this year's symposium.

    • On the architecture side, Cliff Click will be speaking, sharing his insights on scaling Java in a virtualized world.
    • Mark Fisher, the author of Spring Integration in Action, will be discussing message driven architectures, with an obvious emphasis on various Spring offerings.
    • Charles Nutter, co-lead of the the JRuby project will be showing you how to maximize your return on investment by sinking some development resources into JRuby.
    • Lasse Koskela, author of the best selling book Test Driven: Practical Test Driven Design for Java Developers, will be pointing out some of the iterative anti-patterns in your test code.
    • Cameron McKenzie, editor of, and author of the best selling Hibernate Made Easy, will be speaking about what's new with JPA 2.0, and what we can look forward to in future iterations of the Java Persistence API.

    And of course, there are a few other surprises in the mix as well which will make this the most talked about Java symposium to date.

    It will be three days of industry insights, technical knowledge transfers and great networking events and opportunities. It's the key Java conference, and you'll want to save your spot and register early. The registration discount doesn't hurt either.

    Sign up today.

    TSSJS Registration and Early-Bird Specials 


    Threaded Messages (2)

  2. is open source dying?[ Go to top ]

    Put one session on Whether open source doesn't have any adopters?



    Naveen Gayar

  3. is open source dying?[ Go to top ]

    Why do you think that?  I'll actually be speaking at the TSSJS on why and how to open source your internal corporate projects.  I've only seen an increase in open source adoption!