Sunday, January 17, 2010

GeeCON 2010 - Call for papers

May will be great month to be in Poznan. We'll be having a biggest Java conference in Poland and eastern Europe. The list of speakers is already getting very interesting. If you will be around, consider visiting us. Below I'll paste the call for papers, specially that there's not much OSGi or Eclipse speakers yet.

There are also cool vids from last year, you might like to see.

GeeCON 2010 - Call for papers
We want you to share your knowledge with others during GeeCON!

We are interested in hosting lectures on subjects associated with Java
and software engineering, such as:

  • Java EE, OSGi, enterprise architecture patterns and best practices
  • rich internet applications (Flex, JavaFX) and Java Desktop applications
  • modern web frameworks (Wicket, Grails, JSF etc.)
  • domain specific languages
  • languages on the JVM (Groovy, JRuby, Scala, Clojure ...)
  • mobile computing (Android, Java ME)
  • JVM performance tuning
  • distributed computing
  • software quality assurance in the Java world (refactoring, automated tests, mutational test verification, static code analysis)
  • software configuration management (including tools like Maven, Gradle, Ant, Ivy)
  • agile methodologies
  • cloud computing

If you:

  • have experience in an interesting subject or a cutting-edge
    technology,
  • want to share knowledge,
  • have good presentation skills,
don't hesitate! Prepare a short abstract about the topic you would
like to present during GeeCON and send it to us!

There are only a few rules:

  • call for papers starts on 2010-01-06 and ends 2010-02-28,
  • abstract should be about 250 words long and describe what you are
    willing to present,
  • abstract must be accompanied by a short technical and presentational
    resume,
  • lecture will be 50 minutes long and will be given in English
  • presentation will be prepared using a provided GeeCON template,
  • use this form to send your submission (don't send it via email)

in case you have any questions, contact us at call-for-
papers@geecon.org.

Feel free to send as many proposals as you see fit. Please, contact us
if you have any questions or doubts regarding your submission.

See you at GeeCON!

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