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Conferences, conferences, conferences...

Fall is here and with it conferences, conferences, conferences. A couple of years ago you had to fight to get a conference pass/session to talk, but this has changed over the past 1.5 year. Some people would say that there are too many conferences and that it is tiring to travel blah, blah, blah. Personally I find it rewarding to travel and have the opportunity to meet interesting and smart people working in the same field as yourself. Sure, flying is not fun and being away from your family is not fun, but being able to share your thoughts with others and hear others talk about their experience is extremely rewarding. You definitely grow as an individual.

In case you would like to meet me at a conference here is my fall schedule, so far:

EclipseWorld, Boston USA - Sept 7th

Session: 301 - Facing JavaServer Faces Development With JSF Tools

Javazone, Oslo Norway - Sept 13th - 14th

Session: Ajax and Faces: Friend or Foe?

Ajax in Action, Frankfurt Germany - Sept 27th - 28th

Session: AJAX and JavaServer Faces: Client-side vs. Server-side?

AjaxWorld, Santa Clara USA - Oct 2nd - 4th

Session: Ajax and Faces: Friends or Foes?

Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco - Oct 22nd - 26th

Session: S282304 - Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About JavaServer Faces
Session: S281733 - The Ins and Outs of ADF Faces

For the Oracle Open World sessions you will have to register first, and I would recommed it since its going to be super busy at this years event. Here is a link to the registration site: http://www.oracle.com/openworld/

The Oracle OpenWorld Party

And here is the artist performing at this years party:


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