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JavaZone 2012

Passion for More

12 13 September 2012

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JavaZone is the biggest meeting place for software developers in Scandinavia, and one of Europe's most important. JavaZone has been described as a high quality, independent conference - a leading forum for knowledge exchange for IT-professionals. Each year around 2,300 conference tickets are sold. This years JavaZone is the eleventh and surely not the last.

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Coverage of JavaZone 2012

12 sessions

Day 1 Wednesday 12th September 2012

Day 2 Thursday 13th September 2012

Oslo Spektrum

Norway Norway / Oslo

Sonja Henies plass 2 0185 Oslo, Norge

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34 known attendees

  • Vetle Leinonen-Roeim
  • Phil Wills
  • Ronny Løvtangen
  • Sten Misund-Asphaug
  • tobiast
  • Anders M. Andersen
  • Jevgeni Kabanov
  • Bartosz Majsak
  • James Stewart
  • Anton Arhipov
  • Vegard Haugstvedt
  • Ole-Martin Mørk
  • Carlos Sanchez
  • Markus Eisele
  • Chris Richardson
  • Stein Inge Morisbak
  • Marcus Ahnve
  • Bodil Stokke
  • Morten Andersen-Gott
  • Masoud Kalali
  • Stein Magnus Jodal
  • Peter Ledbrook
  • Michael Pangopoulos
  • Rune F. Halvorsen
  • Kristofer Walters
  • Anders Norås
  • Sveinung Dalatun
  • Angelika Langer
  • Karianne Berg
  • Aslak Hellesøy
  • Robert Smallshire
  • Jonas Bonér
  • John T Davies

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  • Terje Sten Bjerkseth
  • Chris Degiere
  • chanezon
  • Tamao Nakahara
  • Simon Willison
  • Tim Anglade
  • Sven Peters
  • Fredrik Wendt
  • Samuel Santos
  • Martyn Davies

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