Archive for the ‘JavaOne’ Category

JavaOne 2006 daily report: Ehhh daily?

Monday, June 5th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

Ok… what happened? I was blogging about my trip to JavaOne (The arrival, The waiting, Day One), and then what? No day two or anything. There are many excuses but none of them really matter since this is a blog and here I make the rules. Ok Jesper does as well, and he have been […]

JavaOne 2006 daily report: Day One

Wednesday, May 17th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

The day started with a “Sun General Session” for all conference attendees. If there is one sentence that is worth repeating from this session it must be this one by Rich Green when he is asked by Jonathan Schwartz (President and CEO of Sun) “Are you gonna open source Java?”: “It isn’t a question of […]

JavaOne 2006 daily report: The waiting

Tuesday, May 16th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

It is now Thursday morning – The day where the big JavaOne convention starts. For the last couple of days we have been playing tourists in the beautiful hills of San Francisco. Sunday we went around the town looking at the harbor area and tried the famous San Francisco Cable Cars. We also stumbled upon […]

JavaOne 2006 daily report: The arrival

Sunday, May 14th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

JavaOne is the biggest Java convention in the world held once a year in USA. Five of my colleagues and me from Capgemini have taken the long trip from Denmark to San Francisco in California (19 hours!). My plan is to give you daily updates on all the interesting sessions I’m attending. I’m especially looking […]

JavaOne 2006 Blogger Meetup

Tuesday, May 9th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

Are you going to JavaOne in San Francisco this year? I’m attending with 6 of my coworkers flying over on Saturday. I just wanted to let you know about a blogger meetup arranged by SunMink (beer included!). See his post for more details and sign up here (only name and e-mail address required). – See […]