This years JavaZone is over, thank you for visiting! We hope you had a great time and that we will see you back next year.
All of this years sessions should now be online! Go have a look if there were sessions you didn't have time for or if you weren't able to attend JavaZone at all.
We are always looking out for things to improve, so if you have any suggestions send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
See you next year!
The following have won two tickets each for friends or collegues to attend AweZone!
- Christian Lundestad
- Jonas Lantto
- Kristin Horghagen
- Marius Gundersen
- Stian D. Gjedrem
- Øyvind Bratland
- Øystein Carlsson
Congratulations to the winners! The AweZone-passes can be picked up at the helpdesk in Oslo Spektrum on the 12th of September.
The webshop is back up and there are some tickets left!
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Tell us before August is over and get the chance to win two AweZone-passes for friends or collegues that didn't get to attend this years JavaZone.
The number of awezone passes are limited so be quick! Winners will be announced Wednesday.
AweZone tickets are personal, must be registered and can not be sold.
The signup for this years workshops are now open and there are some spots left!
The workshops range from "Android & NFC" to doing functional programing in Java, have a look at the complete list of workshops and signup
This years conference is as previous years going to be a blast! We hope to see you there, but there are just some 100 tickets left so make sure you buy yours today!
This year we had only two slots open for bands from our partners. It was a close race, but we finaly managed to pick two that we hope you all will enjoy as much as us. A big thank you to the partners who worked hard on their submissions making the process way harder than expected and best of luck again next time. Kicking of this years AweZone at Rockefeller, Bekk and Steria.
JourneyZone is a post conference activity for exclusively for JavaZone speakers. The Journey will explore the amazing Norwegian wild nature, great local food, activities and of course it will be possible to get to know the other explorers both on a personal- and a professional level.
JourneyZone 2012 starts at the Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), taking the train towards Bergen. Halfway we will get off train and change to manual transportation (bicycles). During the next two days, the participants are taken along Rallarvegen on their way to the final destination Flåm. Flåm is know for it's great view of the fjord, Ægir (the local microbrewery) and being the final destination for both Flåmsbanen and Rallarvegen.
(photo by Magdalena Dessoulavy)
The Journey is open to all JavaZone 2012 speakers, lightning talks included. In case of free seats JavaZone Crew members are allowed to join. Your personal expenses will be around NOK 1500. There are 35 seats, first come first serve!
JavaZone is an important meeting place for software developers in Scandinavia, and is the biggest community driven conference of its kind. JavaZone has been described as a high quality, independent conference – a leading forum for knowledge exchange for IT-professionals. All speakers are selected by the independent Program Committee.
Over 30 large and mid-sized companies – our partners – exhibit their brand and services/products during the conference. Without partners, volunteers, the speakers and the participants, the conference would not be possible.
javaBin is a non-profit, independent organization. The purpose is to promote Java expertise among members, member firms and the market. javaBin is headquartered in Oslo, with subgroups in Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and in southern Norway. In 2009 the group had over 2,000 members from over 210 companies.
javaBin arranges monthly meetings for its members. The meetings are a good way to strengthen the Java platform and is a venue for sharing experiences and information in addition to being a social arena that links people across firms and institutions.