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Agenda for NetBeans Day, Munich, June 18, 2011

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Agenda for NetBeans Day, Munich, June 18, 2011

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We've finalized the program for NetBeans Day in Munich and we think it's going to be pretty cool: NetBeans API design guru Jaroslav Tulach will show what can be done with Java 6 Annotation Processors and NetBeans 7 release boss & NetBeans Java EE team lead Petr Jiricka will introduce the new features of NetBeans 7. The NetBeans Dream Team will discuss the state and future of NetBeans IDE and NetBeans Platform and Kirk Pepperdine will show how you can figure out what's going on in your code without needing to hypnotize your sources. During the same day, Anton Epple will show how the development of rich-client applications can be simplified via the NetBeans Platform. Also present and active will be JavaOne Rock Star and Oracle Developer of the Year Adam Bien. Prepare yourself for live Java EE 6 hacking at the very highest level!

And now... drums rolls... here's the full agenda...

09:00 – 09:15 Registration

09:15 – 09:30 Opening - Anton Epple, Eppleton IT Consulting

09:30 – 10:30  "Java Performance Tuning” - Kirk Pepperdine

10:30 – 10:45 Coffee break

10:45 – 11:45 What´s new in NetBeans 7” - Petr Jiricka, Oracle

11:45 – 12:45  "Java Annotation Processors” - Jaroslav Tulach, Oracle

12:45 – 14:00 Lunch / Open Discussion

14:00 – 15:15 “Developing Rich Clients with NetBeans Platform” - Anton Epple

15:15– 16:00  “NetBeans Platform BOF” - Sven Reimers, Anton Epple, Milos Kleint, Fabrizio Giudici

16:00 – 16:15 Coffee break

16:15 – 17:45  “Real World Java EE 6 Hacking”  - Adam Bien

17:45 – 18:00 Open Discussion

18:00 end

And, for whomever is interested to continue the discussion,  you're more than welcome at a nearby beer garden! Registration here.

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