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Here is list of talks and actions during JavaOne2010 I will be participating to.


Bridge the Gab Between Desktop Application Users and Developers

  • S313545
  • Track: Desktop Java
  • Date: 20-SEP-10
  • Time: 21:30 - 22:15
  • Venue: Moscone South
  • Room: Rm 300

I plan to demo gesture collector, exception reporter and slowness detector and its use in NetBeans Platform applications. I plan to answer as many questions as possible. For example: How to run the gestures server? How to use this functionality in any desktop application? How to use structured logging? Plus any other that you'll bring with yourself.

Swing OSGi Modular Desktop Application Framework

  • S313667
  • Track: Desktop Java
  • Date: 21-SEP-10
  • Time: 09:30 - 10:30
  • Venue: Parc 55
  • Room: Divisidero

Me and Toni Epple will describe Netigso and Netbinox projects. Show how our work aligns with classical Swing principles, extends them and how it transfers them into OSGi world.

Patterns for Modularity

  • S314141
  • Core Java Platform
  • Date: 21-SEP-10
  • Time: 18:00-18:45
  • Venue: Parc 55
  • Room: Market Street

Modularity is (finally) topic for masses and I'll help its popularization by a small entré (into a session lead by Toni) comparing DI and Injectable Singletons. I will also nit pick on Declarative Programming a bit. The presentation is now available online. See Patterns for Modularity.

NetBeans Booth Duty

  • Date: 22-SEP-10
  • Time: 11:30 - 13:30

On Wednesday, Sep 22, 2010 I'll have duty on NetBeans booth. I'll be there around noon. Stop by for chat in case you don't manage to meet me elsewhere.

Domain-Specific Language Versus Library API Shootout

  • S313005
  • Track: Core Java Platform
  • Date: 23-SEP-10
  • Time: 12:30 - 13:30
  • Venue: Parc 55
  • Room: Mission

Stop by to learn something new! Me and Rich Unger will shoot each with arguments in favour or against DSL. I'll try to defend Java. I'll bring JDK6 with me and I will not be afraid to use it!


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