EUGENY BORISOV is a Java architect. He has been working with Java since 2001 and has taken part in a variety of enterprise projects. Read More
GAIL ANDERSON is the Director of Research and founding member of the Anderson Software Group, a leading provider of training courses in Java and other programming languages. Read More
ANIL GAUR is the vice president of software development in the Cloud Application Foundation organization at Oracle. Read More
ANTON ARKHIPOV is a developer and product manager at JRebel ZeroTurnaround. He has been developing using Java professionally for about ten years. Read More
STEPHEN CHIN is a Java evangelist at Oracle specializing in UI technology, and is co-author of Pro JavaFX Platform 2, which is the leading technical reference for JavaFX. Read More
BARUCH SADOGURSKY joined JFrog as the developer advocate following years of working alongside JFrog’s founding team. Read More
GRIGORI LABZOVSKY - With more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry, Grisha Labzovsky is the leader of Oracle’s Research and Development Center in St. Petersburg, Russia. Read More
DR. JOONAS LEHTINEN is the founder of Vaadin project, a Java-based framework for building business-oriented Rich Internet Applications. Read More
NANDINI RAMANI is vice president of engineering, Java client, and mobile platforms at Oracle. Read More
PAUL ANDERSON is the Director of Training and founding member of the Anderson Software Group, a leading provider of training courses in Java and other programming languages. Read More
JIM WEAVER is a Java and JavaFX developer, author, and speaker with a passion for helping rich-client Java and JavaFX become preferred technologies for new application development. Read More
REZA RAHMAN is a former long-time independent consultant and now officially a Java EE/GlassFish evangelist at Oracle. Read More
Thank you for attending JavaOne Russia 2013. We hope that your investment in the conference has been increased many times by the learning and connections you’ve made here. As a Java user and developer you were able to take advantage of opportunities at JavaOne to learn from keynotes and technical sessions, hands-on labs and demos. And you were able to see the innovations of exhibitors and network with experts and peers in the Java community.
If you’d like the opportunity to increase your learning and your network—on a much larger scale—be sure to check out JavaOne 2013 in San Francisco, September 22—26.
If you’d like to review sessions you found especially useful (or had to miss), or want to share sessions you found valuable with your colleagues, PDFs of the sessions are posted in the Content Catalog. So download what interests you, and share away.