Meet the JavaOne Java EE Track Committee: David Heffelfinger
Meet David Heffelfinger from the Java EE track committee from JavaOne 2015. I would encourage you to check out all the early selections in the catalog.
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This is the second in a series of interviews for you to meet some of the committee members for the JavaOne 2015 Java EE track. The committee plays the most important part in determining the content for JavaOne. These good folks really deserve recognition as most of them devote many hours of their time helping move JavaOne forward, often as volunteers. If JavaOne matters to you, these are folks you should know about.
This interview is with David Heffelfinger. If you are having trouble seeing the embedded video below it is available here.
David is an independent consultant in the Washington DC metro area. He is a long time Java EE advocate, blogger, prolific author and speaker. We are proud to have him as a brand new addition to the committee this year. In the interview he shares his experience and expectations for the Java EE track this year.
On this note, I would like to make sure you know that the JavaOne content catalog is now already live with a few preliminary fairly obvious selections we were able to make. None of the sessions accepted at this stage are from Oracle speakers on our track. The folks that we selected early for acceptance include David Blevins, Jonathan Gallimore, Mohammed Taman, Rafael Benevides and Antoine Sabot-Durand. They will be talking about Java EE Connectors (JCA), Java EE 7 real world adoption, CDI and DeltaSpike. I would encourage you to check out all the early selections in the catalog. We are working to finalize the full catalog shortly.
I hope to see you at JavaOne. Do stay tuned for more interviews with committee members as well as some key speakers on our track.
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