Coverage of the O'Reilly's Enterprise Java Conference in Santa Clara, CA starts right here:
The O'Reilly Conference on Java: Day 3
Robert Eckstein reports on the keynote by Sun Microsystems' Simon Phipps, "Standards, Swarms, and Synergies," as well as sessions by Middleware vice president Doug Bateman on "SOAP" and O'Reilly author Hans Bergsten on "Custom Tag Libraries Using JavaServer Pages."
See which sessions are being offered and download presentations here.
The Java Conference Expo opened Wednesday, and there was plenty to see and learn. Here's a 180 degree panorama of the expo floor so you can peek for yourself.
Here's a 180 degree panorama of the O'Reilly Java Conference keynote address with Simon Phipps. It's just like being there!
The O'Reilly Conference on Enterprise Java: Day 2
Steve Anglin overcomes obstacles to attend Mike Rosen's tutorial on CORBA and EJB and Jack Greenfield's talk on Patterns for Enterprise Applications.
The O'Reilly Conference on Enterprise Java: Day 1
Jonathan Knudsen reports on Jason Hunter's tutorial, "The Battle Above Servlets," in which Jason talked about technologies used in conjunction with Java Servlets to build Web applications.
An Interview with Simon Phipps
Sun Microsystems' chief technology evangelist talks about smart web services, the evolution of standards bodies, and why he wants a Bluetooth headset. Phipps is presenting the keynote at the conference.
JSP v. XSP
Sue Spielman looks at JSP and XSP to help you decide which is right for
your development needs. Spielman is presenting a session on JSP at the conference.
Enabling Component Architectures with JMX
Marc Fleury and Juha Lindfors offer an explanation of the role of JMX components in J2EE platforms and how JMX boosted productivity in an open source project.