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JavaOne CfP 2014 - Open for Business

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This time of the year. Finally. It was about time. The 2014 JavaOne Call-For-Papers opened a few days back. And it is going to be a great one. Plenty of changes upcoming and it will have a huge focus on community speakers.

The rolling acceptance process from last year is back, so submit early!

A quote of mine sneaked into the advertising emails ;)

There is a new dedicated track for Agile development this year, making a total of nine Java tracks.  This year's tracks are:

• Clients and UI
• Core Java Platform
• Internet of Things
• Java Virtual Machine Languages
• Java and Security
• Tools and Techniques
• Server-Side Java
• Java in the Cloud
• Agile Development

The call for papers closes April 15th at 11:59 p.m. PDT  and there is no time to waste. The best of the best speakers from the Java/JVM ecosystem will be there and if you look at the submissions from 2012 you see that most of the content comes from the community. As usual, speakers will receive a complimentary pass to JavaOne with an accepted talk.
Go ahead and submit some awesome talks!

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