The first set of conference materials is already published and available for download. Now you can look through the presentations materials for the following sessions: “Oracle JRockit – Extreme and Predictable Performance with Java”, “VMware and SpringSource: Bringing Java to the Clouds” and “Implementing complex e-government solutions with open source and BPM”. Continue reading

Pictures from the two conference days are now available in Facebook. Take a look at the galleries and enjoy. Continue reading

The Java2Days Team would like kindly to thank everyone who attended the event. Special thanks to our speakers – for participating in Java2Days Conference and for making such great performances! Continue reading

This is the final version of the programme.

Click here to download the Java2Days programme. Continue reading

You will receive your pass for the Java2Days conference tommorow morning during registration (8:45 – 9:45). You will need to bring a valid identity document. Continue reading

Alexander Bukev is a Web developer at Sirma ITT. From early childhood his computer experience went through BASIC, C, ASM and embedded systems, then more recently, object-oriented programming and innovative web-based GUI using JSF and Seam. Special interests include innovations in user experience, usability, intuitive interactive GUIs, code optimization and redundant/failsafe systems. Continue reading

Adrian Mitev is Web team lead at Sirma ITT. He has 8 years of experience with Object-Oriented languages, the last 4 specializing in
Java front-end development. He contributes to open source projects JBoss Richfaces, Apache MyFaces, Apache Shale and JBoss Tools. Current interests include new technologies in the JEE6 stack – JSF2 (JSR-314), CDI (JSR-299), Bean Validation (JSR-303) and JPA2 (JSR-317). Continue reading

Vladimir Alexiev is a Sirma Group founder and CTO of Sirma ITT /Sirma Solutions. He has MS and PhD degrees in computer science, PMPcertification and 18 years of IT experience. Having returned home after 12 years in Canada, his dream is to see effective IT use,
efficient eGovernment and less corruption in Bulgaria. He is currently trying to start up a Sirma IT Consulting unit. Continue reading

The first generation of the Eclipse platform (releases 1.0 to 2.1) was primarily an integration platform. Its main strength was pulling together diverse plug-ins written by different authors, and integrating them into a common application with a consistent and cohesive end user experience. Continue reading

Jazz itself, with roots in IBM Research, Rational and Lotus, is a set of tools and capabilities to help development team members better communicate and find relevant expertise in real time. As such it integrates “presence” and chat capabilities to enable a team member in one location with a question about one facet of their work to quickly locate an expert in the relevant area and locate that person online. Continue reading