I’m making my annual pilgrimage to everything WebLogic or rather BEA at the conference formally known as BEA eWorld. For some reason, it’s now called BEAWorld and its being held on 5 cities all over the world. I am attending the one in Santa Clara, just outside of San Francisco at the end of September. The other cities are London, Paris, Prague, Tokyo and Beijing and I wish I could go to one of those cities instead.
At BEAWorld, hoping to meet the usual cadre of geeks and learn a lot more about WebLogic 9.0, EJB 3.0, Portal 9 (?) and JRockit. Unlike JavaOne, BEA’s conference is always very technical and the content is truly relevant if you are using their products in your enterprise. I am also hoping to learn more about the Plumtree acquisition and see how that will affect the existing Portal product. I am also hoping to learn more about WebLogic’s roadmap for EJB 3.0, JAX-WS and some of the other emerging standards. I am also slated to participate in a panel discussion about SOA – should be interesting.
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