Let's start with a look at the general distribution of the speakers over the years:
Compared to Devoxx and WJAX this is probably the smallest conference in terms of attending speakers. Even in the nearer past they still don't reach the maximum of the other two.
|The plain numbers per year|
Top 10 - always on
The most interesting part in this analysis are the top 10 speakers. As you might remember, this was the true reason to start looking at the speakers of different conferences. I don't want to see the same people speaking over and over again. So let's look at how Jfokus handles this:
To be honest, there is not a single speaker who has attended all five Jfokus from the past. A single 4-timer is Erik Hellman (SonyEricsson). He has attended every Jfokus as a speaker except the 2010 one. Next to this you only find the ones attending three different Jfokus conferences:
Dan Bergh Johnsson
One or two-Timer
What is true for the top speaker is also true for the general distribution of the speakers. Compared with both Devoxx (19%) and WJAX (25%) there is an awesome small amount of returning speakers at 7%. If you are looking for fresh faces you probably have found the conference to attend.
|Complete speaker distribution 2007-2011|
|Breakdown by years|
This seems to be a fresh conference. Very few returning speaker and always new topics to listen too. This isn't obvious from the plain numbers of course. You could also argue, it must be a bad conference for speakers. But looking at the speaker names attending year after year it's quite obvious that this is not true. Some of them clearly wouldn't attend a small and badly organized conference. So this is anything but an accident. Let's speculate, that this is volitional and there to embrace change and new topics. A very brave decision.
Jfokus Speaker Listing 07
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