NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2012 Conference

NetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2012NetBeans Community Day returns to JavaOne!

Join us for a full day dedicated to all things NetBeans. Find out what's new in the IDE and Platform, and how a wide range of companies are using NetBeans technology to deliver innovative applications.

Got something on your mind? NetBeans Community Day is the place to let us know about it. The event is also a community public forum--a chance to interact with other developers, as well as members of the NetBeans team, and to discover what great things lie ahead for the NetBeans project.

Mark your calendars and join us! NetBeans Community Day is free to registered JavaOne conference attendees. Add your name to the NetBeans Guest List.

Looking for a low-cost way to participate in JavaOne? Get the JavaOne Discover Pass for just $125! The Discover Pass gets you into JavaOne Keynote sessions, the exhibition hall and other activities such as NetBeans Community Day. Register for the pass and then get on the NetBeans Guest List.

When and Where?

Date: Sunday, September 30
Location: Moscone West, Level 2
Room: MW-L2-2004
Time: 9am - 3pm

Program Agenda

Time Agenda
9:00am
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10:00am
UGF10353
NetBeans Community Keynote


NetBeans Community Day returns to JavaOne! In this session, discover how the NetBeans IDE has grown—amassing more than a million active users—and where it stands today in moving Oracle's strategy for the Java platform forward.

Learn how NetBeans is thriving as an open source project and how the community continues to help the NetBeans team set development goals and objectives.

NetBeans Day Speaker
John Ceccarelli has been working with NetBeans for over ten years and now has the privilege of serving as NetBeans Director.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Ashwin Rao has been involved with NetBeans for many years and now leads its product management group within the Oracle Tools organization.
10:00am
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10:30am
Snack Break
10:30am
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11:15am
UGF10361
Community Session: NetBeans and Java EE


Working closely with Java EE and GlassFish developers, the NetBeans team has created a first-class environment for developing Java EE applications.

This panel discussion includes demos of Java EE applications in the real world, in the context of how NetBeans has assisted in their development, while covering the future of these applications in relation to cloud technology.

NetBeans Day Speaker
Adam Bien is a consultant, author, and trainer, as well as an Expert Group member for the Java EE 6 and 7, EJB 3.X, JAX-RS, CDI, and JPA 2.X JSRs.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Çağatay Çivici is a member of the JSF Expert Group and founder and project lead of the popular PrimeFaces Component Suite, developed in NetBeans.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Sean Comerford is Director of the ESPN.com Architecture and Platforms where NetBeans is used to build highly scalable, loosely coupled systems that power many of ESPN's digital properties.
NetBeans Day Speaker
David Heffelfinger has authored several books on Java EE and related technologies, including two books on NetBeans and Java EE.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Glenn Holmer leads the Emerging Technologies team at Weyco Group, Inc, where NetBeans is used to develop an eCommerce package in-house.


Other speakers: John Yeary

11:30am
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12:15pm
UGF10362
Community Session: NetBeans and Java FX


The NetBeans IDE has a great set of tools for learning about and developing in JavaFX.

In this panel discussion, you'll see practical effects you can create with JavaFX in your own applications and hear from developers using JavaFX in their everyday development work.

Come find out about everything JavaFX can be and do for you!

NetBeans Day Speaker
Anton Epple works as a consultant for Eppleton in Munich, Germany. He's a founder of the NetBeans User Group Munich.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Gerrit Grunwald is a software engineer at Canoo Engineering, interested in JavaFX, Swing, and HTML 5 controls.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Paul Anderson, Director of Training at Anderson Software Group, is co-author of several books on Java technologies, including JavaFX.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Gail Anderson, Director of Research at Anderson Software Group, is co-author of several books on Java technologies, including JavaFX.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Sven Reimers is an architect at ND SatCom Defence and a winner of the Duke's Choice Award in 2009.
12:15pm
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1:00pm
Lunch Break
1:00pm
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1:45pm
UGF10363
Community Session: NetBeans Platform


This session gives you an opportunity to meet architects and developers working on large and complex software systems that share the same basis as the NetBeans IDE, i.e., all the speakers are active NetBeans Platform developers.

You'll see a demo by each speaker and find out about the latest trends in Java desktop development work being done all over the world.

NetBeans Day Speaker
Angelo D'Agnano is lead developer for Real-Time Systems at the NATO Programming Center in Belgium.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Henry Arousell is responsible for BL Economy, a Swedish client-server based accounting software package.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Steven Drinovsky is chief application architect for Limits, a reservoir engineering tool for shale gas and unconventional reservoirs.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Rob Terpilowski is an architect at Lynden Inc., a freight and logistics company, and a stock-trading software developer.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Timon Veenstra works at Ordina in the Netherlands and is chief architect of AgroSense.


Other speakers: Thomas Boqvist, Gerrick Bivins, Ioannis Kostaras, Geertjan Wielenga

2:00pm
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2:30pm
UGF10364
Community Session: For You -- By You: Growing the NetBeans Community


There's more to contributing to the NetBeans Project than developing plug-ins and submitting patches. (Keep those modules and fixes coming!) Regardless of programming expertise, there's something for everyone to do. From blogging to setting up user groups, organizing seminars or creating YouTube videos, and more.

Attend this session to learn about the various ways to keep the NetBeans community vibrant and to leave your mark on the project. Even better, bring your own ideas, and let's make it a group brainstorm session!

NetBeans Day Speaker
Dustin Marx writes about software development in general and NetBeans and Java in particular in his blog Inspired by Actual Events.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Ryan Cuprak is president of the Connecticut Java Users Group that he has run since 2003.
NetBeans Day Speaker
Zoran Sevarac is the founder of the Neuroph project and a NetBeans Governance Board & Dream Team member.


Other speakers: Tinuola Awopetu, Geertjan Wielenga

2:30pm
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3:00pm
Closing/NetBeans Awards/Community Recognition


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