|Sent on:||Thursday, February 21, 2013 10:35 AM|
JBoss just recently announced that the ninth JBoss Users and Developers Conference (JUDCon) will be held in Boston, USA on June 9th through June 11th, and the call for papers for JUDCon 2013: United States is now open! I highly encourage you to submit a talk as well as make plans to attend this year.
This event will precede Red Hat's annual Summit conference. It's a good time to interact with you peers and learn more about the current and future direction of JBoss and other Red Hat related technologies.
The JBoss Users and Developers Conferences are developer gatherings held around the Globe to give JBoss users the chance to talk to and collaborate with JBoss contributors and core developers. The core JBoss developers, along with the open source community, create and support the projects that drive innovation and help lead development in standards bodies like the Java Community Process, the Apache Software Foundation, OASIS, W3C and other open standards organizations. Many of these projects become the upstream for Red Hat JBoss products
JBoss is the leader in cutting edge Open Source technology for developers World-Wide because JBoss gives developers choice, and helps developer be more productive and get things done. Our broad product portfolio is substantially based on the Java EE platform, but contains platform-neutral technologies such as Apache Camel, Vert.x, Project Arquillian, Project Snowdrop for Spring integration, and projects that give developers JVM-hosted languages including Scala, Clojure, Ruby and Ceylon which let developers seamlessly tap into the power of the Java EE platform.