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JavaZone 2010, a very brief report.

Yesterday the two days JavaZone 2010 conference finished, the conference was as good as I expected it to be. The sessions were selected very carefully to cover all sort of interest from architecture and NoSQL to security and core java APIs.

A fair portion of the participants, both in speakers group and in the audiences group were loyal participants which at least attended one of the previous conferences in past 10 years. I was one of those who participated for the first time, so I can not compare this year’s event with the previous one but those who have seen the previous events agreed that the quality of each year’s conference is better than previous year, and for this year the quality increases is way more than previous ones.

For few instances I heard people complaining about why more speakers are using English or small number of elementary level sessions (tutorials perhaps) but I believe no one found another reason  for a complain.

The JourneyZone is what I am looking forward to experience in the next two days. It is the first time in the 10 years history of JavaZone that the program committee is organizing this event for the JZ participants. I am going to check out of the hotel and go for the JourneyZone.

Following album includes few photos from my session, thanks to Alexis for taking the photos. The slides is available here I know that all videos for the sessions will be available at some point in time, but I do not know when it will become available, maybe in few days maybe in few months.

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