JavaOne 2010 is four months away and I’m happy to say that one of my talks was accepted this year as well. The session is Enterprise JavaFX applications with CDI (JSR 299). JavaFX-CDI integration will be a part of Flamingo rich framework. Flamingo now also has tools to help you build mobile applications on iPhone and Android and soon will be moving to exadel.org (Flamingo Jira is already there). One final note on JavaFX, if you are looking for tooling, check our JavaFX Plulg-in for Eclipse.
I also submitted a session on JSF 2 and RichFaces 4, but it was rejected. Luckily, a similar session was submitted by Alex Smirnov (RichFaces architect, Exadel) and Jay Balunas (RichFaces lead, Red Hat, http://twitter.com/tech4j) and was accepted. I think this is the first time there is a RichFaces talk at JavaOne.
The great thing about being a speaker is that you get a full conference pass which includes access to all the sessions. I’m looking forward to attending some of the talks this year.