JavaZone: The biggest community-driven Java conference
What is it? Who is behind it?
WHAT IS JAVAZONE?
JavaZone is the biggest community-driven Java conference that has been organized in Oslo, Norway since 2001. It is organized on a voluntary basis by a group of people from javaBin, the Norwegian Java User Group, working around the year and putting many hours to create an amazing conference experience for you.
Our goal is to organize a community-driven conference for developers where they can learn new things, share knowledge, and socialize.
We are happy to see the event grow bigger and better every year. In 2019 we hosted over 3200 participants and 160 speakers across 7 parallel tracks over the course of two days. In addition, we also offered a selection of 11 workshops held on the day before the conference started.
WHO IS BEHIND IT?
Organizing a conference of this size on a voluntary basis is a lot of hard work (and it is great fun too!). The conference organization is represented by the JavaZone Core Team – a group of main organizers of the conference, where each representative is responsible for one or several areas or is leading a group of other JUG members. An example of such groups can be Program Committee, IT systems, etc.
The JavaZone Core Team for 2023:
- Leader – email@example.com – Anders Karlsen
- Program Committee – firstname.lastname@example.org – Marek Machnik
- Partners – email@example.com – Kjetil Myhre
- Volunteers – firstname.lastname@example.org – Bendik Dyrli, Ellaoui Abdellaoui and Ole Berg
Being the biggest community-driven conference would not have been easy without all the partners, event coordinators, and subcontractors, so we would like to thank them as well! Thank you, all!
If you have any questions or comments, you can always reach the Core Team at email@example.com.