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JavaOne 2010 (alongside Oracle develop) is just four months away, and the anticipation is really boiling now.  The blogosphere and twittersphere are abuzz with joyful recipients of JavaOne 2010 acceptance letters from Oracle this morning.  Since Oracle doesn't have a full listing of the accepted talks on its JavaOne web page, I thought I'd compile a list myself and ask for your help to fill in any gaps (I'm sure there are many).  I did an extensive rundown of Twitter and a Google blogs search, which turned up a whole bunch of accepted talks.

The most noticeable difference in session subjects this year is the multitude of JVM language presentations, notes Alex Miller.  A larger number of Clojure, Scala, and Groovy presentations will be seen this year.  Hamlet D'Arcy was tickled by the special attention given to Groovy by Oracle.

Below you'll find my list (so far) of accepted talks (including a subject and an attached name/twitter username).  If any information is incomplete, inaccurate, or you just want to add more info, post a comment.  Also, post any accepted talks that I missed (with a subject and speaker at least) in the comments, even if it's someone else's talk.

Alex Miller - Talk on Clojure, and Scala 

Hamlet D'Arcy - Code Generation on the JVM

Adam Bien - Several sessions accepted on Java EE and JavaFX

Geertjan Wielenga - Creating REST clients

Toni Epple - "Patterns for Modularity"  

I’ve invited Zoran Sevarac and Jaroslav Tulach to join me and I’m really looking forward to this. We’ll discuss topics like how to identify module boundaries, API design, how different module system ( like NetBeans Platform and OSGi )deal with loosely coupled communication and even if and when we need a module system, and when it’s an overkill.  --Toni Epple

Joseph D. Darcy - "Project Coin: Small Language Changes for JDK 7":  Expects to focus on experiences implementing and using the new features.  "Patents, Copyrights, and TMs: An Intellectual Property Primer for Engineers": Shares information learned from taking a few classes on intellectual property and filing (and eventually getting issued) several patents.

Ben Alex - Three acceptances on Spring Roo, GWT, and more

Alexis MP - Comparison of WebSockets and Comet

Jan Haderka - "Swinglabs Dev Update" and "Building Content Management solutions based on Java Content Repository"

Dan Allen - Two talks about Arquillian, ShrinkWrap, CDI, and Seam 3

Luc Boudreau - "olap4j - OLAP API for Java Developers"

Jonas Boner - Talk on Akka

Andrew Lee Rubinger - "Throwing Complexity Over the Wall - Rapid Development for Enterprise Java"

Jan-Kees van Andel - "The JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 and HTML5 Version of Parleys.com"

Binod PG - Building Rich Communication Services for Java EE [Will cover simplified programming model sailfin cafe]

jclouds - On jclouds and cloud storage

Andre Moreira - "Put Your Server and Client to REST with JAX-RS"

Max Katz - Enterprise JavaFX Applications with CDI (JSR-299)

Dierk Konig - Presentation model pattern

Neal Ford - "Unit Testing that Sucks Less" and "Comparing Groovy & JRuby"

- Module keyword (JSR 294) talk and an OSGi BOF

Fabian Ritzmann - BOF: "Metro Web Services Configuration Management for the Enterprise"

Guillaume Laforge - Talk on Groovy; also back for the script bowl 

David Pollak - Presentation on the Lift framework

Atmosphere Framework
- "Building Powerful WebSocket, Comet, and RESTful Applications Using Atmosphere"

JNBridge - On Cross-platform transactions between enterprise Java and .NET

The Sessions at JavaOne 2010 will be divided into these categories:

  • Core Java Platform
  • Desktop Java
  • Java EE and Java for Enterprise Applications
  • JavaFX and Rich User Experience
  • Java ME and Mobile
  • Java for Devices, Card, and TV
  • The Java Frontier

I also encourage anyone to elaborate on their sessions even if I've already listed it here.  It would be nice to hear a little more about them than just a subject line.  Let's get a good list started in Javalobby!

In other news, Devoxx 2010 just announced their Call For Papers.  Wonder if there'll be a shocking announcement at this one too.  :)


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