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Tech Life of Recht » archive for 'JAOO'

 JAOO Today

  • September 30th, 2008
  • 1:16 am

This week is JAOO week – the software conference organized by Trifork. Again, I’m on the team publishing JAOO Today, the daily conference newsletter. This year, however, it’s not quite a newsletter, as it’s published online, but the content is still more or less the same: Interviews with interesting speakers, reviews, competitions, and much more.
No matter if you’re actually at JAOO or not, you should probably check it out – there’s a lot of great content. If you are actually at JAOO, please come by and say hi.

 A Taxonomy of IT Conference Sessions

  • September 9th, 2008
  • 2:57 pm

JAOO is just around the corner, so I’ve started thinking about what to see. Knowing that it’s not exactly easy to decide beforehand, I started thinking about my previous conferences and kind of sessions I’ve attended. Because it’s somewhat JAOO related, the result has been posted at the JAOO blog. A followup is probably on the way… Of course, if you’ve not yet decided to go to JAOO, now is the time. You’ll get to meet all the cool people. And stuff.

 JAOO 2007 not anymore

  • September 29th, 2007
  • 3:15 pm

A pretty hectic week with JAOO 2007 is over. As usual, it was a great conference with a lot of excellent speakers. I think I have only one thing to complain about, and tha’ts not really the conference’s fault: Nothing really new has happened since last year.
Sure, LINQ has come a long way, and JRuby is just about production ready, but nothing really ground-breaking. This could be seen in the many non-technical talks – not that they weren’t good, it just wasn’t very technical. However, Joe Armstrong did pull in the other direction with his very popular talk on Erlang. Old school indeed.
The conference ended for me with the JAOO crew and speakers dinner on Wednesday. Great party, although some people went home before others. I wasn’t at home until 5.30 am, so it was a little hard on me to go to work at 12. Unfortunately, I had to go give a talk about OpenUDDI for Javagruppen, so there was no staying at home. The talk went ok, though, but the evening was spent on the sofa.
For the interested, I’ve uploaded some JAOO pictures to SmugMug.

 Day 1 at JAOO

  • September 25th, 2007
  • 12:57 am

It’s late, and the first day of JAOO is over. The first day is always hard on some of the people behind the conference, but despite some technical problems, I think everything went pretty well. The keynote was great – better than last year. In JAOO Today, I had 3 recommendations: JRuby (Charles Nutter and Thomas Enebo), Erlang (Joe Armstrong), and Executable Grammars (Gilad Bracha). Joe Armstrong delivered the best performance yet, and I believe his talk will be among the highest rated this year. The other two weren’t bad either – the talk baout executable grammars was, as exptected, quite esoteric, and in JRuby, we got to see some of the new stuff. It’s always good to see somebody flashing off new tools in a convincing way.
The day ended with Charles Simonyi’s keynote about his trip to the International Space Station, followed by the JAOO party. The part was great, even though I lost several times at the fußball table.
And now to bed, another day is waiting tomorrow, where I also have to finish my slides for my talk about OpenUDDI in Wednesday on the Solutions track.

 JAOO 2007

  • September 21st, 2007
  • 10:13 pm

Ok, so it’s been a while since I last wrote here – can’t say that I have any good excuse, so I’ll just pretend it didn’t happen (or did, in this case).

Anyways, this year’s JAOO is just about to take off. On sunday, the tutorials begin, and the conference begins monday. I’ve been charged with getting JAOO Today, the daily newsletter, produced. I expect that’s going to be a lot of fun. I also have a presentation about OpenUDDI, which I helped develop earlier this year. It’s on the solutions track, so there’s not very much tech-talk involved, but hopefully somebody will think it’s interesting.
So, if you’re going to JAOO this year, drop by the Trifork booth and say hi.