This event will take place in Duesseldorf on Oct, 8th 2013. It is a meetup of the German Oracle customers using Oracle middleware products. The event will feature a number of great talks around GlassFish 4.0.
I'm very happy to announce that one of my proposals for JavaOne 2013 has been accepted. This year's JavaOne takes place from Sep 22 until Sep 27 in San Francisco and will be another great chance catch up with the latest and greatest in java development and of course to meet with many old and new friends.
I'll be giving another talk on "Enterprise Application Integration Patterns and Best Practices" (CON7969). As soon as the Content Catalog is made available to the public, the session details can be found here.
Another reason I'm very excited about JavaOne is that my dear innoQ colleague Thomas Eichstädt-Engelen will join me on the trip. He and his friend Kai Kreuzer will present their OpenSource project OpenHAB - an OSGi based home automation bus system providing adapters for most of the proprietary formats and protocols on the market. With this software a smarthome becomes available to everyone.
So if you didn't checkout OpenHAB already, you should!
I have been invited to talk at Java Forum Stuttgart on July 4th 2013. Java Forum is a single day event fully packed with good talks on various topics. You can see the complete schedule here. If you like to attend the event, you can register here.
My talk on "Enterprise Integration Patterns - Best Practices for application integration" will be in slot D7 from 16.40 - 17.25.
Oracle just published screen & audio recordings of all sessions at JavaOne 2012. The files for our session "Enterprise Application Integration patterns for Java EE cloud applications (CON6960)" and all others are available in the Oracle JavaOne Content Catalog.
At the time of writing this blog post everything is prepared and I'm already really excited about my very first flight to the States and therefore my very first Oracle JavaOne. As my talk proposal for JavaOne has been accepted by the conference committee - thanks again -, I'm even going to be a speaker at JavaOne 2012.