Java conference in a theme park ? How will I explain that to family and friends ? But I’ve spoken at many such venues which are difficult to explain. This one is definitely first of its kind
JavaLand (Mar 25/26, 2014) is the event created by the Java community for the Java community. This is definitely going stir the interest of German Java developers. I was fortunate to be selected amongst 100 submissions from 18 countries. After speaking in 37 countries, this will be my first speaking engagement in Germany.
The conference venue is Phantasialand, a theme park in Brühl, Germany, and is exclusively reserved for the attendees for two days of the conference.
Here are the announced sessions to be presented by Red Hat speakers:
- 50 new features of Java EE 7 in 50 minutes: Arun Gupta
- Testing the Enterprise Layers: The ABCs of Integration Testing: Andrew L Rubinger
- Building Modern Applications using JBoss and OpenShift: Pete Muir
There is lots of good content at the conference. But attendees will have to strike a balance between them and Black Mamba, Colorado Adventure, Talocan, JUMP!, River Quest, Mystery Castle, and Fantissima – this is going to be a tough call 😉
I’ll be staying at Hotel Matamba in Africa. Where will you be – Fantasy, Berlin, Mexico, China town or Mystery ?