AJUG's Open Space Event: What Will We Talk About?
burrsutter at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 16:25:23 EDT 2007
The Atlanta Java User Group Open Space conference "The Practice of Java in
Atlanta" is just over a week away! This is the first Open Space meeting for
the Java programming language in our area. Register right away and don't
miss out on this unique opportunity to experience the Open Space phenomenon
right here in your own town. Registration will be possible at the door, but
check-in is much quicker if you register online.
What: The Practice of Java in Atlanta - an Open Space event
When: Thursday, April 19, 2007 - Friday, April 20, 2007
Where: Holiday Inn Select (where AJUG regularly meets)
Who: The first 200 registrants
Why: See below
How: Pay $75 registration fee at the event's website:
So What Are We Going To Talk About?
One of the most alarming discoveries for newcomers to Open Space conferences
is that there is not a pre-planned agenda. The conference has a strong,
central theme, but the specific topics and talks that are convened emerge at
the start of the session and evolve as it progresses.
For our particular event, here are a few topics that attendees have already
- Out-of-container testing approaches for EJB3
- Struts 2.0 - Struts 1.x migration path, or too little too late?
- JSF and non-table-based layouts; Sisyphean task?
- Dynamic Languages on the JVM - who's using them?
- JRuby on Rails - anyone?
- Layered architectures off the server in Java; does it really happen?
- Judicious use of Ajax in JEE web applications
- Signs of an anemic domain model and what to do about it
- Agile schmagile; what do we really mean with that?
Please direct questions to Barry Hawkins at barry at alltc.com
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