Jfokus 2012 with Vaadin

This is a unique opportunity for every Java professional based in Finland to attend Jfokus 2012 conference and network with other Finnish Java professionals. Jfokus arranged in Stockholm is one of the largest Java developer events in Europe with some 1500 attendees, over 50 conference presentations and world class speakers. Join us and head to Jfokus by ship from Helsinki.

Onboard a cruise ship in the middle of the icy Baltic sea, we'll arrange a late night Vaadin Meetup as a "warm-up" to the Jfokus conference. You'll have an opportunity to get an insider's view into some of the hottest technologies, meet the team behind Vaadin and network with your peers with a cold free beer in your hand.

Speakers are Josh Long from Spring Source team, Grzegorz Kossakowski from Typesafe, Anton Arhipov & Toomas Römer from ZeroTurnaround and Artur Signell from Vaadin. The topics include deep dives and status updates for the latest technologies related to "Java" development as well as discussion on how development should be done in general.

Event is free of charge, but registration is required.

Meetup 2011

Speakers

Josh LongJosh Long, SpringSource, a Division of VMware

Josh Long is the Spring developer advocate, an editor on the Java queue for InfoQ.com, and the lead author on several books, including Apress' Spring Recipes, 2nd Edition. Josh has spoken at many different industry conferences internationally including TheServerSide Java Symposium, SpringOne, OSCON, JavaZone, Devoxx, Mongo Dev Days, JFokus, JAX, Java2Days and many others. When he's not hacking on code for SpringSource, he can be found at the local Java User Group or at the local coffee shop. Josh likes solutions that push the boundaries of the technologies that enable them. His interests include scalability, BPM, grid processing, mobile computing and so-called "smart" systems. He blogs at blog.springsource.org or joshlong.com.

Grzegorz KossakowskiGrzegorz Kossakowski

Grzegorz Kossakowski is the main author of the Scala+GWT project. He's working part-time for Typesafe, the company behind Scala. The rest of the time he spends with LAMP (lab behind Scala) people doing research on DSLs for Web programming and working on his Master thesis. Before moving to Switzerland he studied mathematics at University of Warsaw and has been twice an intern at Google. During the second internship he worked at GWT team office in Atlanta. At that time, together with Lex Spoon as a mentor he started working on Scala+GWT project. In addition to that, he has been voted as a member of Apache Software Foundation a few years ago.

Artur Signell, VaadinArtur Signell

Artur Signell works as VP of R&D at Vaadin. He leads the Vaadin core development team responsible for Vaadin Framework as well as several Vaadin Add-ons and integrations to other technologies. Besides being really busy with Vaadin 7 project, he is finishing up his PhD on high performance computing.

Anton Arhipov, ZeroTurnaroundAnton Arhipov

Software Engineer and JRebel Product Lead at ZeroTurnaround. Professional interests include programming laguages, middleware and tooling. Anton is also the Estonian JUG (www.jug.ee) leader and co-organizer of the larger developer community in Tallinn - Devclub.eu. Blogging at http://arhipov.blogspot.com. You can follow Anton at Twitter - @antonarhipov

Toomas Römer, ZeroTurnaroundToomas Römer

Toomas is the co-founder of ZeroTurnaround and an hackepreneur. Once a Linux junkie, he was fooled by Apple into proprietory OS and devices. He is a big fan of JUGs, OSS communities and beer. He blogs at dow.ngra.de, tweets from @toomasr and also runs the chesspastebin.com website. In his spare time he crashes Lexuses while test driving them, plays chess, Go and Starcraft. Looks can fool you; he will probably beat you in Squash.

Vaadin Meetup, Monday, February 13. 2012

17:00 - Silja Symphony leaves to Stockholm from Helsinki

17:10 - Refreshments & Networking

17:30 - Opening and Welcome, Joonas Lehtinen, Vaadin

17:40 - Using Spring and Vaadin to Build Cloud Foundry Applications, Josh Long, SpringSource

18:40 - Refreshments & Networking

19:00 - What is New in Vaadin 7, Artur Signell, Vaadin

19:45 - Refreshments & Networking

20:00 - Developing Vaadin Widgets with ScalaGWT, Grzegorz Kossakowski, Typesafe

21:00 - Refreshments & Networking

21:15 - Speeding up Vaadin Development and Deployment with JRebel, Anton Arhipov and Toomas Römer, ZeroTurnaround

21:45 - Closing words, Joonas Lehtinen, Vaadin

Travel Info

Monday, 13. February

  17.00 M/S Silja Symphony. From Helsinki to Stockholm
  17.10 Vaadin Meetup on the boat

Tuesday, 14. February
  09.30 Arrival at Stockholm
  09.45 Bus to JFokus 2012 conference (Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre)

Wednesday 15. February
  8.00 JFokus 2012 Conference

You should do your own travel arrangements: book a boat ticket, return trip and hotel. Please remember to register to Vaadin Meetup (green button above) even if you will not participate to Jfokus conference.

More information: www.tallinksilja.com

Hotel recommended for Jfokus is the Radisson SAS at Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre. More information about the hotel here: www.radissonblu.com/waterfronthotel-stockholm

 

 

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