ITworld.com’s JavaWorld to Exclusively Produce Online Show Daily at the JavaOne Conference, World’s Largest Developer Conference
SOUTHBOROUGH, MA – JUNE 5, 2000 -JavaWorld(TM), the leading online resource for Java(TM) technology-savvy developers and an integral part of the ITworld.com Network, was selected by Sun Microsystems to be the exclusive publisher of JavaOne(SM) Today, the online show daily at Sun's 2000 Worldwide Java Developer Conference, JavaOne. A media co-sponsor of the industry-leading event, JavaWorld will produce the online editions during the show, which will be held June 5 – 8, 2000 in San Francisco, and can be accessed at http://www.javaworld.com/javaone00.
JavaWorld's show daily will become the central publishing vehicle for attendees, speakers and exhibitors. It will feature news and recaps of the show's daily events, exclusive interviews, new product launches, up-to-date session information and other general information. The online publication will also allow Java technology pros unable to attend the popular event, to stay on top of the news coming out of the show.
Last year, the JavaOne conference attracted more than 20,000 attendees, making it the largest developer event in the world. This year, JavaOne expects to surpass previous attendance records given scheduled keynote presentations from Sun Microsystems CEO, Scott McNealy and Motorola CEO, Chris Galvin as well as other well-known industry leaders.
"This show is an excellent opportunity for Java technology-savvy developers to learn from industry experts as well as each other," said Carolyn Wong, editor-in-chief of JavaWorld. "Each year this show grows to magnificent proportions and we expect this year to be no different. We are thrilled that JavaWorld will be playing such an integral role in bringing conference news to attendees each day."
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