I'm speaking at Jfokus 2012, 13th-15th February 2012 in Stockholm

Markus Eisele
Jfokus is the largest annual conference for everyone who works with Java in Sweden. The conference is arranged together with Javaforum Stockholm. Javaforum is a Swedish developer community and an official Java User Group (JUG) with premier purpose is to support Swedish developers.

During three days, 13-15 February, you will have an unique opportunity to keep yourself updated with the latest development of the Java platform through numerous interesting sessions.

Jfokus gather rock-star speakers, both from Sweden and internationally. The focus is system development with Java and surrounding techniques like dynamic languages and agile methodologies. Jfokus is the best way for you to get the latest trends and buzz about Java from people who live and breathe technology on a daily basis.

Until today I haven't seen a complete schedule but some rock-star speakers are in the program line-up already: Arun Gupta (Oracle), David Chandler (Google), Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker (Luminis Technologies), Robert Nyman (Mozilla) ,Greg Luck (Terracotta), Angelika Langer, (Angelika Langer Training/Consulting), Rebecca Parsons (ThoughtWorks), Heiko Seeberger (Typesafe), Fabiane Bizinella Nardon (RBS).

I am very very happy and honored to attend and I am really looking forward meeting all those great people! What am I presenting about?

Java 7 - State of the Enterprise
"With Java 7 being GA you can start thinking about putting it to work in the Enterprise. But what are the challenges? How does the adoption path look like? What are the reasons you should do it and when? This session looks at the details about putting Java 7 into production. Tells you about things to keep in mind and gives a brief overview about how Enterprises would put it into production."

Find JFokus on Lanyard. Read about past speakers on my related blog-post.

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