Another JavaPolis conference will be held from december 10th - 14th in Antwerp, Belgium. Since I heard a lot of good stuff about the last JavaPolis sessions, I've decided to take a look.
For a relatively small pricetag of € 410,- for five full days, you get a large number of interesting presentations to attend. I've noted some which I find interesting and will probably attend:
- Spring 2.5, an Update
- Task-focused programming with Mylyn
- OpenJDK BOF, get involved
- New Java Language Features
- The State of the Java Universe by James Gosling
- The Future of Computing panel with James Gosling, Neal Gafter, Joshua Bloch and Martin Odersky
- Effective Java Reloaded by Joshua Bloch
- And lots more...!
For those who are interested, I'll also be meeting up with VQWiki users during the conference to talk about the up and coming version 3.0 of VQWiki. If you'd like to be there as well, drop a note on the VQWiki wiki about it.
After the conference is over, I'll give my impressions and will probably discuss some of the most interesting talks that were held. See you there!