Wednesday, November 17, 2010

JRebel at Devoxx 2010, Conference Day #1

Day 2 at Devoxx for me is over! Lots of demos, chatting, explaining things, etc

For a start we had a quick chat with Geertjan Wielenga about Javeleon. Even after a short conversation I think I have more understanding what it is about.

Also, I had luck to "unvirtualize" with Claus Ibsen and Charles Moulliard (from FuseSource), the guys behind Apache Camel - it is always a pleasure to meet people in person.

Also, somehow, my twitter reference have gotten to the Devoxx daily web page. Just because we have released a new JRebel version before Devoxx we were actually get quite a lot of buzz for the product which is positive as it gives the opportunity to get the feedback faster from the users. For Devoxx attendees we still have the giveaway "LiquidMetal" licenses - so go grab one!

I attended one session, the Reflection Madness by Heinz Kabutz. This was an awesome talk, but pretty much a compilation of the articles from newsletter.

I can say I really like the spirit of Devoxx (compared to JavaOne this year) - it is even more technical: people come and ask good questions about JRebel. Some already use it but want to know more - that's also great! What I'm realizing now, is that the awareness is quite low for the issues that we're trying to solve. Probably, it would be a good idea to submit a talk at JAZOON'11, just to show what problems exist that are related to deployment under application servers of all sorts...

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