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NetBeans Day Community One 2008 - Monday May 5, 2008

The following is planning in progress for NetBeans Day at Community One Day 2008, the day before JavaOne 2008.

Location: Moscone Centre
Event Manager: Julie Welch
Event Host: Judith Lilienfeld
Offical Site: http://www.netbeans.org/community/articles/javaone/2008/nb-day.html


Goals:

  1. Partner showcase
  2. Enlighten non-NetBeans developers
  3. Enlighten NetBeans developers

Agenda (DRAFT)

Session # Time Title Abstract Notes Producer__ Speaker(s)
C1 General Session 9:30 - 11:00 N/A N/A N/A N/A
NB Session 1 11:05 - 11:50 NetBeans Day Welcome, New & Cool Find out what is happening in the world of NetBeans. During this session we will highlight the community's achievements over the past year and showcase the coolest new features including: JavaScript, PHP and Groovy language support. In addition, see how key partners are making NetBeans rock for you, the developer. See table below Gregg Sporar Judith Lilienfeld, Olaf David, Tor Norbye, Roman Strobl, JasperSoft presenter
Lunch 12:00 - 12:25 (Lunch) Lunch with the Java Posse Live podcast. Go grab a box lunch and then come back to listen in as the guys record a live show. Roman Strobl JavaPosse
NB Session 2 12:25 - 01:20 NetBeans - Faster Than Ever A key release driver for NetBeans 6.1 was performance improvements. This session explains what we did to boost performance and shows detailed examples of the techniques used and the code enhancements that were made. intro Arseniy Kuznetsov Tim Boudreau Jarda Tulach & Tomas Pavek
NB Session 3 01:30 - 02:25 NetBeans IDE 6.1: Enterprise Ready! We will spend a whole hour to demo all that we can -- Build web applications using Spring. Create, consume, test and monitor messages across your web applications and SOAP/REST based web services. Secure, orchestrate and integrate your services into an application. Expose and consume popular software services such as Google Map using NetBeans IDE. See the stellar Java EE support in Netbeans. There are visual designers for authoring XML and WSDL documents, One-click JSF CRUD application generator, a JAXB wizard for generating Java from XML schema, another wizard for generating Entity classes from database schema and many more exciting features. Ashwin Rao Roderico Cruz, Girish Balachandar
NB Session 4 02:35 - 03:30 Building Ajax Applications Come see how NetBeans can help you create Ajax applications using technologies like jMaki and Wicket. You will also see the exciting JavaScript editing and debugging improvements that help maximize the "J" in of your Ajax development. David Botterill Tor Norbye, Sandip Chitale, Arun Gupta, Geertjan Wielenga, Deep Bhattacharjee
Break 03:30 - 04:00 (Break) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
NB Session 5 04:00 - 04:55 NetBeans Platform Success Stories NetBeans DreamTeam members Fabrizio Giudici and Tom Wheeler will explain how the modular architecture of the NetBeans Platform can help you to build robust desktop applications that can be extended to meet changing requirements. They'll demonstrate just how easy it is to get started by creating a platform-based application and then share some practical advice to help you get the most out of this development approach. Fabrizio and Tom will also showcase some of the more interesting open source rich client applications currently available. Platform Training (Geertjan & Arseniy Kuznetsov) Tom Wheeler Tom Wheeler & Fabrizio Giudici, Geertjan Wielenga, Arseniy Kuznetsov
NB Session 6 05:05 - 06:00 Lightning Talks: More cool stuff, toy show, partners, etc. Join James Gosling as he takes us through a collection of five to ten minute presentations/demos. Last year there was a demo of an application to train a dog - who knows what we will see this year.  :-) See table below Brian Leonard James Gosling + see table below
C1 Reception 06:00 - 07:30 Drinks, Cigars, and Dancing N/A N/A N/A N/A


Session Details

NB Session 1 - Opening Session
Find out what is happening in the world of NetBeans. During this session we will highlight the community's achievements over the past year and showcase the coolest new features including: JavaScript, PHP and Groovy language support. In addition, see how key partners are making NetBeans rock for you, the developer.

Slot Topic Minutes Description Presenter (Handler)
1 Welcome 10 Momentum shift / SecondLife Judith (Brian)
2 JasperSoft 10 Giulio (Brian)
3 GSF & JavaScript & PHP 15 Generic Scripting Framework Tor & Roman
4 Intland 10 Olaf David (David)



NB Session 6 - Lightening Talks
Lightning Talks: More cool stuff, toy show, partners, etc. | A collection of five to ten minute presentations/demos on a variety of topics. Last year there was a demo of an application to train a dog - who knows what we will see this year.  :-) Possibilities: partner demos, Groovy/Grails support, Maven, etc.


Slot Topic Description Presenter
1 Introduction Whatever James feels like talking about James Gosling
2 NetBeans Authors Pro NetBeans IDE 6 (Adam), SOA (Dr. Kumar) Adyam Myatt, Dr. Kumar
3 Innovator Grants Tom & Bruno discuss the program and the winners. Tom Wheeler / Bruno
4 Learning 360 Oracle's application that uses the NetBeans Visual Library - Nominated for JavaOne 2008 Dukie Award Chris Palmer
5 DotFX Securing Internet Applications with dotFX Mark Chen
6 Intelliun Development of web services using Model Driven Development techniques TBD



Giveaways

TBD

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