Presentations for the 2005 JavaOne conference technical sessions. Individual session downloads are forthcoming in the next two weeks. Please check back for updates.
These are technically detailed sessions for experienced Java technology developers that include code examples and/or demos. These talks take deep dives into the details and inner workings of a technology or implementation. They are light on theory but heavy on practical application.
These talks are for developers who may be familiar with Java programming but not necessarily with the topic. These talks are typically step-by-step training sessions that take the developer through the ropes of an API, a technical standard, or a programming practice.
News from the Leading Edge
These are detailed sessions on the latest developments in evolving Java technologies and JSRs and interesting innovations on the Java platform. These talks can be explanations of specifications, frameworks, standards, and emerging technologies that are apt to be of interest to the Java technology community.
This type of session consists of a set of several experts who discuss leading technologies in a lively, free-flowing format, typically with a moderator. Each session may include up to five leading vendors in a technology or vertical marketplace with differing perspectives. Panelists are expected to discuss current issues and highly technical and provocative aspects of a topic. The moderator facilitates Q&A with the audience.
Technical Case Studies
A technical case study is typically presented by a developer or architect who describes a successful implementation of a Java technology-based solution. This kind of talk usually includes explanations of what the problems were in a particular scenario and how those problems were solved, so other developers may learn from the experience.
Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BOFs) are sessions based on the affinity of a group for a particular topic. Smaller and more informal than technical sessions, BOFs are popular because of their interactive and flexible format. BOFs vary in style: A BOF may consist of a short presentation by the leader, followed by a general question-and-answer section. Or a BOF might be designed as an open roundtable discussion focused on a particular topic.
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