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JAX London

2011 April 27
by Caitlin

Yet another first! I attended my first Jax London Conference. Now in its 3rd year, Jax London seems to be going from strength to strength with one day for tutorials and 2 days of talks. The conference was divided into 6 tracks, each chaired by key people:

System Integration – Wolfgang Emmerich
Java EE6 – Arun Gupta
OSGi – Peter Kriens
Java Tech and Tools – Pete Muir
Agile – Roman Pichler
Spring – Eberhard Wolff

It was good to meet with –

Russ Miles author and co-author of Head First Software Development, Learning UML 2.0 and AspectJ Cookbook but most of all I am waiting for Programming Spring which is due September 2011.

Dan North – Contributor to 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know and co-author of The RSpec Book.

Ted Neward – remember, I mentioned him in my previous post, the guy who does not wear a name tag! Thanks to Jax London, I now know that he is an O’Reilly author – a long time ago, he wrote: Shared Source CLI Essential and VB.NET Core Classes in a Nutshell.

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  1. avatar
    September 29, 2011

    Glorious article.

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