Showing posts with label JavaOne. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JavaOne. Show all posts

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Drools Boot Camp possibly in San Francisco for June

As I'm going to be at JavaOne we are thinking about combing this years boot camp at the same time, if we can get budget approval. We don't yet have a hotel booked or meeting room available, so if you can recommend a cheap but good hotel with conference facilities for approx 15-20 people, or better still can donate meeting room facilities then please let me know.



Friday, February 27, 2009

Drools at JavaOne

Drools will be at JavaOne where I'll be co-presenting with Adam Mollenkopf from Fedex. Here is the email I just got from the JavaOne organisers.

Congratulations! Your submission entitled " Applying Complex Event Processing (CEP) with a Stateful Rules Engine for Real-Time Intelligence " was so compelling that the 2009 JavaOne Conference[sm] Program Committee has accepted your proposal to participate at the upcoming 2009 JavaOne conference in San Francisco, California, June 2 - 5, 2009. As an accepted speaker, you will receive a full complimentary pass to the Conference, allowing you access to all technical sessions, BOFs, Hands-On Labs and the Pavilion.

Friday, May 02, 2008

JavaOne 2008

Whilst Mark or Edson's proposals for JavaOne 08 were not accepted (they made the mistake of not including Netbeans or Glassfish in the titles ;), Michael will be attending.

Not doing any specific presentations, but happy to talk, do some ad-hoc demos and generally hang out. I will be around the JBoss/Red Hat stand at least some of the time.

Its a bit of a long trip over from my end of the world, and am not looking forward to the horrific jet-lag that awaits me.