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JavaPolis 2004
by Eamonn McManus
November 25, 2004
The JavaPolis 2004 conference takes place in Antwerp, Belgium, the week of the 13th to the 17th of December. An excellent selection of speakers (plus your humble scribe) at a very affordable price.


JavaPolis 2004 runs from the 13th to the 17th of December. The conference itself is on the 15th and 16th. There are also courses, BOFs, and an exhibition. And all for only 200 euros!

I'll be speaking about the JMX API - how to use it with Tiger (J2SE 5.0), and how it's evolving through the Java Community Process.

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Eamonn McManus is the technical lead of the JMX team at Sun Microsystems. As such he heads the technical work on JSR 3 (JMX API) and JSR 160 (JMX Remote API). In a previous life, he worked at the Open Software Foundation's Research Institute on the Mach microkernel and countless other things, including a TCP/IP stack written in Java. In an even previouser life, he worked on modem firmware in Z80 assembler. He is Irish, but lives and works in France and in French. His first name is pronounced Aymun (more or less) and is correctly written with an acute accent on the first letter, which however he long ago despaired of getting intact through computer systems.

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