Archive for May, 2009
Attending JAOO Brisbane this year, one of my “must-see”s was Pamela Fox on Google AppEngine. And she did not disappoint me. First we get the useful hints offered by the entertaining demo of Googles AppEngine, where she builds the Best Website Ever with frames, marquee tags, animated gifs, web ring, and everything else [...]
On JAOO Sydneys first day, Patrick Linskey did his talk “How to build an iPhone application in 45 minutes” in a more-than-well-packed room. Not only popular with conference attendees, australian media MISAustralia was also present, filming and doing an interview:
Comments from anyone present at the talk?
Friday – the day after the conference party – is surely the day of slight hangovers. Luckily, having read this post, and if you trust my judgement, you may choose to skip Krestens introduction of todays program.
The keynote is on doing effective Java programming – and if you are a Java programmer (as I am) [...]
Great news for those of us in constant dire need for caffeine!
IBM has brought their own barrista to the exhibition area – so all our cravings may be met – Long blacks, Flat whites, Espressos, Macchiatos, etc.
JAOO Sydney is here! Tutorials started yesterday, and tomorrow Clemens Szyperski will deliver the opening keynote “Composing all the Way”.
While keynotes and plenary assemblies are obvious choices, the rest of the conference sports three tracks – and since I haven’t got split-personality, choices will have to be made. Looking over the conference schedule, this is [...]