The call for papers recently opened for JavaOne 2010, where Oracle promise to bring the conference "back to it's roots". If you have a talk proposal, you have until March 14th to submit it. There are seven different topics for talks this year:
- Core Java Platform
This track will cover the basics of Java, common to all users of the platform, including the core language, virtual machine and tools.
- Java SE and Desktop Java
Covers the latest developments in JavaSE with a focus on desktop application development, including applications on the web. This track also covers support for scripting languages like Ruby.
- Java EE and Java for Enterprise Applications
With a bigger focus on the cloud and virtualization, this track also covers the JavaEE practices and strategies.
- JavaFX and Rich User Experience
JavaFX got a lot of coverage last year, and this conference will continue to focus on createing rich user interfaces using JavaFX and other Java technologies.
- Java ME and Mobile
JavaME has been around for a long time, but the past few years have proved that the mobile industry is really taking off. This track will show off JavaME as a framework for developing across a large number of device, and will include discussions on Java Store and Java Warehouse.
- Java for Devices, Card, and TV
This track covers embedded and device usages of Java technologies including Java SE, Java ME, Java Card, and JavaFX.
- The Java Frontier
This track is for the pioneers, the developers and visionaries who want to share ideas, prototypes, and even working systems that are beyond the everyday and that are driving the very boundaries of Java technology.
So which of the topics above gets your attention for JavaOne 2010?