High-quality and informal discussions
You'll find the agenda here.
You'll find the programme here.
You'll find the miniagenda for both days here.
Youll find the session-overview here for: day 1 and day 2
And an overview of lightning talks here for: day 1 and day 2
JavaZone is setting the stage for a conference of technical presentations and informal discussions. Next to the conference halls, the exhibition space itself has been arranged so that attendees can put follow-up questions to the speakers after the presentations. As in previous years, last year the conference reaped international recognition for its professional content. This year too, software developers and partners will be able to choose from more than 100 presentations, covering a variety of areas, given by a broad range of internationally acclaimed speakers. Above all, it is the content, quality and relevance of the conference that, from a Java perspective, has made JavaZone one of the world's most important forums.
Thousands of visitors
JavaZone is expecting to sell more than 2,000 tickets to the conference, the eighth in a row. The conference is organised by javaBin, a non-profit Norwegian user group, founded in 1996.
For this year, we have requested abstracts on the following topics:
- Core Java
- Tools and Techniques
- Java Frameworks
- Frontend Technologies
- Embedded, Mobile and Gaming
- Enterprise Architecture and Integration
- Web as a Platform
- Architecture and Design
- Agile and Software Engineering
- Alternative Languages
- Experience Reports
- Innovative use of IT
- Green IT
The descriptions submitted must be classified using the above categories.
Length and format of the presentations
There are two different formats: a full 60-minute presentation and a more focused contribution lasting 10 minutes.
Please send any questions about the conference, presentations and other topics to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing and hearing from you at JavaZone, and if you have friends or colleagues with interests and expertise in Java technology, please don't hesitate to encourage them to propose a talk they could give or to attend the conference!