Java Enterprise Edition Schedule for @javaoneconf, @oracledevelop and @oracleopenworld

Markus Eisele
Planning on my OOW/J1/OD trip is making progress. Blogger registration still not aproved and I am waiting for my flight confirmations, but I already found some time to browse through the Content Catalog and pick up some interesting sessions. At the moment I still have a comparable number of sessions in my interests as I have in my agenda.
I did not check, if it is doable. You need to take into account that you have to move from one location to another. Switching from the Hilton to the Marriott in less than a minute probably will not work :) Therefore I have to adjust some slots on the following schedule. But it is, what I believe a very great Java Enterprise Edition Schedule.

Monday, September 20
S314556 JDK 7 and Java SE 7
10:00-11:00 Hilton San Francisco, Grand Ballroom A & B

S317474 Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Server Roadmap
11:00-12:00 Marriott Marquis, Salon 9

S314348 Step by Step: GC Tuning in the HotSpot Java Virtual Machine
1:00-14:00 Parc 55, Mission

S313432 Querying with the New Java Persistence Criteria API
2:30-15:30 Hilton San Francisco, Golden Gate 4/5

S317468 Oracle JRockit: Advances in Java Virtual Machine Technology
4:00-17:00 Hotel Nikko, Peninsula

S317063 Managing Oracle WebLogic Server: New Features and Best Practices
5:00-18:00 Moscone West L3, Rm 3024

S317482 Java SE Platform Q&A BOF
7:30-20:15 Moscone South, Rm 310

S314737 GlassFish Roadmap and Strategy
8:30-21:15 Moscone South, Rm 307

S313864 Effective Java Debugging Techniques
9:30-22:15 Moscone South, Rm 301

Tuesday, September 21
S313248 Creating Lightweight Applications with Nothing but Vanilla Java EE 6
9:30-10:30 Hilton San Francisco, Yosemite B

S313522 Developing OSGi-Enabled Java EE Applications
12:00-14:00 Hilton San Francisco, Plaza A

S313831 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Modularizing the JDK and Lessons Learned
1:00-14:00 Parc 55, Embarcadero

S313525 High-Performance Java Servers at Google
2:30-15:30 Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

S313433 Object-Relational Mapping with the New Features of the Java Persistence API 2.0
6:00-18:45 Hilton San Francisco, Continental Parlor 1/2/3

S313942 Java Community Process: What You Like and What You Don’t Like
7:00-19:45 Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

S313266 What’s Next for Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS)
8:00-20:45 Hilton San Francisco, Yosemite B

S314787 Hot Class Swapping: Avoiding Redeployment During Java EE Development
9:00-21:45 Hilton San Francisco, Golden Gate 2

Wednesday, September 22
S313937 Using Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) in the Java EE 6 Ecosystem
10:00-11:00 Hilton San Francisco, Golden Gate 3

S314347 Too Big to Fail: Top Tips for Massive, Mission-Critical Enterprise Applications
11:30-12:30 Parc 55, Embarcadero

S314040 Top 10 Causes for Java Issues in Production and What to Do When Things Go Wrong
1:00-14:00 Hilton San Francisco, Golden Gate 2

S314718 Meet the Java Deployment Team
2:15-15:00 Parc 55, Cyril Magnin I

S314504 Defective Java Code: Mistakes That Matter
4:45-17:45 Hilton San Francisco, Grand Ballroom B

Thursday, September 23
S313277 Beginning with the Java EE 6 Platform
11:00-12:00 Hilton San Francisco, Plaza A

S313949 Java Unleashed: Java Virtual Machine Tuning from the Pros
12:30-13:30 Parc 55, Cyril Magnin III

S312993 Java Bloopers: Bad Code That Never Should Have Been Available
2:00-15:00 Parc 55, Embarcadero

S313804 The JSF 2.0 and HTML5 Version of Available
3:30-16:30 Hilton San Francisco, Yosemite B

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  1. There is also the GlassFish community event on Sunday afternoon - see

  2. Ah! and the times sometimes are in US style (pm) and sometimes in european style (24hrs)... in the same session summary

  3. @pelegri Thanks for the hints. This is the export from the Schedule builder. Did not even notice the time style confusion ... We should propose a new schedule builder :)

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