You about 33rd Degree
In addition to your comments on twitter with #33degree tag, we will be collecting all blogposts (no censorship). If you wrote one, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will draw 1 free ticket for 33rd Degree 2012 among all blog posts authors.
- Matthias Hryniszak
- Konrad Garus
- Michał Bartyzel
- Jacek Laskowski
- Anton Arhipov
- Michał Gruca
- Jarosław Pałka
- Jyrki Puttonen
- Piotr Prądzyński
- Michał Gruca #2
- Sławek Sobótka
- Artur Nowak
- Kocka #2
- Marcin Piczkowski (English)
- Marcin Piczkowski (Polish)
- Michał Gruca #3
- Paweł Cegła
It is never too late... If you need abstract of the talks, please download pdf file. If you have problems with WiFi, there is one wired connection in front of Luxoft e-Woman.
Last minute agenda changes
Unfortunately Chris Aniszczyk is not able to join us at 33rd Degree to talk about Git and Gerrit. Nathaniel Schutta will cover the time with "Going Mobile with jQuery" talk.
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Win free pass to 33rd Degree or 4Developers
As part of the cooperation between 33rd Degree and 4Developers conference you can win fre pass to one of the conference. Rules are simple as sending justification why you should get the free pass to email@example.com. We will wait for your email till the end of March 2011.
Preorder paid lunch at the conference venue (by 1st April)
33rd Degree registration fee doesn't include lunches. However we would like to offer you something at the conference venue. We were able to negotiate lunch prices for conference participants. To make it as smooth as possible 33rd Degree will collect money and you will receive tickets for your lunch during registration. It is optional, and you can organize your lunch on your own, however if having lunch among 400 Java Geeks (including speakers) sounds interesting for you, make sure to order it by 1st April. Lunch is 25 PLN/7 EUR for day (70 PLN/20 EUR for 3 days).
More info and menu you will find using this form.
Free Java EE/Spring training winner.
And the winner is... Lukasz Czerpak. Have a great 3 days at Java EE and Spring training with JavaPassion.com.
Chris Aniszczyk and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine at 33rd Degree.
Chris Aniszczyk and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine will join Conference for Java Masters. Come by to chat with them about code reviews and Gerrit, the code review system used by Android and Eclipse. As well as future of Java EE from inside and OSGi apps in Glassfish.
Steve Freeman is joining 33degree!
Have you ever heard about application running on production for five years without single failure? Ever wondered why and how TDD is driving the design of the applications and is it really possible? It is our pleasure to inform you that Steve Freeman is joining our conference to answer those and many other questions during his talks. Steve is co-author of "Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests" and father of so-called London School of TDD.
Call for Lightnings...
Do you remember Java Underground on JDD in 2008? It was start of my "creative" approach to knowledge sharing and first time when Polish Java community experienced lightning talks. It was very well received and I would like to give it a second chance during 33rd Degree conference. It is Conference for Java Masters, so I am expecting a lot of proposals coming from you. It is your chance to show up in the crowd of the top Java guys in Poland.
Rules are simple. You have got 5 minutes and nothing more. You need to present your idea in 300 seconds. And yes, it is doable. What is really great about lightning talks is that there is no time for, let's call it, "not important information". Be precise, be funny, be remarkable. That's the golden rule to the best lightning talk.
We are waiting for your proposal till 1st March. Send it to our email account.
Win free 3 days Java EE 6/Spring training.
Do you want to take part in Java EE and Spring training lead by Sang Shin on 11-13th April 2011? It is as simple as registration for 33rd Degree conference. The only requirement is that you have to do it by 14th February 2011. At least 1 free training will be drawn among all participants.
If you have already registered for conference or training, don't worry. You will also take part in the draw.
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Free 1 year access to JavaPassion.com
Wicket, Clojure, Spring Data, CDI and magic with WebSockets
Due to still coming speakers we have opened new 4th track on Day 2. It allows us to accommodate such a great speakers as Dan Allen, "the guy" behind Seam and Martijn Dashorst - the most known person involved in Wicket. In addition to that we will be able to listen to Costin Leau talk about Spring Data and NoSQL, and Brad Drysdale from Kaazing will show you what magic things you can do with WebSockets. If it is not enough, you will be probably first in Europe to see what is the future of Eclipse presented by Szymon Brandys. You will be surprised. And the last, but not least. We have Clojure talk by Venkat Subramaniam, very known author of Programming Scala and Programming Clojure books.
O'Reilly bookstore with 40% discount
During the 33rd Degree conference we will be hosting O'Reilly bookstore where you will have opportunity to buy O'Reilly books with 40% discount. You can preorder books by adding it to this page.
You can choose from any book that has UK Shopping cart on www.oreilly.com. Including O’Reilly, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Rocky Nook and Microsoft Press.
Ted Neward has joined 33rd Degree
I believe there is no single Java developer who doesn't know Ted Neward. He has joined 33rd Degree and will give a talk or two during the conference. We are working on topics.
If 3 days long conference packed with top quality talks is not enough for you, we would love to give you another opportunity to learn more about Java. We will be hosting at least following 2 trainings (we are working on more):
1. Git (1 day, 11th April 2011) for about 300 PLN + VAT. It will be lead by Matthew MCullough who
charges around 595$ for online training. In Poland it will be face to face at around 20% of the original
price! For expected agenda you can go here.
Training cancelled. There is Git workshop available on Day 1.
2. EJB 3.0, JPA, Spring, Hibernate, Java EE 6 (3 days, )for about 800 PLN + VAT. It will be lead by Sang Shin with usual price for 5 days at 2599$. Again you pay around 20%of original price. For expected agenda you can go here.
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