javaBin, the Java User Group in Norway, is for the fourth year in a row arranging JavaZone (See JavaZone 2004 and JavaZone 2003), a conference on Java Technology. We are now in the process of selecting subjects and speakers, and would like to invite you to speak at this years conference.
JavaZone 2005 will take place in Oslo, September 14-15.
javaBin is an idealistic organisation established in 1996 by a group of Java enthusiasts. The group has since then evolved to be Europe's biggest and most active group for the promotion of Java.
The JavaZone conference has a technological profile, and is probably best described as a miniature JavaOne. JavaZone 2005 is offering a combination of 70-120 technical talks and exhibitors in an intimate atmosphere with an expected number of attendance of 800-1000 participants.
This years JavaZone conference will have five tracks:
* Core Java Technologies, AOP, POJO and research
* Enterprise (J2EE development and architecture)
* Mobile, Gadgets and Java Gaming
* Utilities and Experiences
* Method and Business
javaBin is an independent, idealistic organisation established in 1996 by a group of Java-enthusiasts. Our goal is to create a community for sharing knowledge, experience and viewpoints on Java technology. We work to strengthen the members professional Java skills by spreading the knowledge of relevant results, pragmatic techniques and useful tools. javaBin has currently about 800 members from 150+ different companies. More details here
We arrange monthly meetings in Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo, each including 2-3 talks on Java related subjects. In addition to a great number of Norwegian Java experts, our members have also had the pleasure of listening to speaks of internationally known figures such as Kent Beck, John Crupi, Kevlin Henney, Joshua Bloch, Trygve Reenskaug, Rickard Öberg, Ed Roman, Aslak Hellesøy and Jørgen Anfindsen.
Our community web-site www.java.no is daily bringing the Norwegian Java community news and articles on Java related issues, attracting between one and two million hits a month.