Design JavaOne Tee-Shirt
Written by Lucy Black   
Tuesday, 29 September 2015

JavaOne takes place in San Francisco from October 25-29. You can pre-register up until October 23 and there's still time to enter the JavaOne T-Shirt Design Challenge.

 

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Java is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and designs submitted for the t-shirt challenge have to incorporate the evolution of Java over the last twenty years. Artwork submitted can be a pdf or an AI file and must be no longer than 12 inches wide by 14 inches high.

The winning design will be one of the available options at the Cross Your Tees experience, taking place all week long at JavaOne 2015. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from four different designs to create their custom shirt, and one of those designs will be that of the winner of this challenge.

The deadline is October 7th with entries to be submitted by email. See the JavaOne T-Shirt Design Challenge for design specifications and details of how to submit and the Official Rules for eligibility.

 

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Over its history JavaOne has grown into a huge event attracting speakers and attendees from all continents. This year the conference offers over 400 sessions in the following eight tracks. The links are to the Oracle blog posts about each:  

  • Core Java Platform: Keep up with Java 8 and all that it has to offer on this track! Information on everything from the JVM to libraries. Sharpen your skills and learn some new tricks.
  • Java and Security: Java runs on billions of devices, so it’s an attractive target for attackers. Stop them in their tracks with the latest info on Java Security.
  • Emerging Languages: Maybe you’re a polyglot, or maybe you’re looking up what that means. Either way, learning to use new languages in new ways with the JVM can help you achieve more.
  • Java, Devops, and the Cloud: Looking to stay current on the cloud and service-oriented development technologies? Whether it’s big data or microservices, this is the track for you.
  • Java and the Internet of Things: The IoT is always growing. More and more devices are controlled by the day! Come learn to set up your first system or improve your latest.
  • Java and Server-Side Development: Stay on top of the latest developments in Java EE and develop secure and scalable services on this track.
  • Java Clients and User Interfaces: User Interfaces are more important now than ever. Make sure your application looks as good as it works!
  • Java Development Tools and Agile Techniques: Improve your development productivity! New methods and techniques can help you write great code faster and easier.

JavaOne isn't just about work. If you go for the full conference package priced at $1,850 for pre-reigistration and $2050 for on site registration you can attend an evening event on Wednesday October 28 is included:

See and hear Elton John and Beck perform live on Treasure Island at the Oracle Appreciation Event. While listening to the music, enjoy the 360-degree views of the San Francisco and Oakland skylines, Marin and Silicon Valley, and nearby Alcatraz and Angel Islands. Ride the Ferris wheel, test your skill playing arcade games new and vintage, fill up on excellent food and drink, and relax in preparation for your last day at the conference.

So two extra reasons to register - a souvenir t-shirt that you might have l have helped to design and the chance to see both Elton John and Beck. 

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