So the big event for Java geeks in Oslo, JavaZone, is over. I had a blast as always, and a little less people. Moving the overflow area helped a lot. The less people was a conscious choice I’ve been told, and I wouldn’t really mind even fewer. But hey, I guess there’s some economics that has to work too.
My company, Capgemini was present as usual, and the bright girls and guys did an excellent job of tweeting and blogging from the conference. If you know norwegian check out our twitter stream and the technology blog.
We also had two full feature talks, and I was really satisfied with how they went. Always something to change, but over all very satisfied. The topics were (sorry only Norwegian slides):
For the Smidig Utrulling talk I spent a lot of time creating code and examples. They contain some simplified Maven setup and a Java program to do deployment from the Maven repo. Check it out at http://github.com/anderssv/agile-deploy/tree/master . Documentation is scarce as always, but let me know if I can make something better. And feel free to use.
The videos will be available later, but if you want to see the ones that are available (of others, some english speakers) you can check them out at http://tcs.java.no . Tandberg delivered the video equipment and it seems like they are doing a hell of a job for the community. Check out the videos, there’s a lot of good talks there.
Now for some vacation, see you. 🙂