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  • JAX stands for a portfolio of enterprise conferences dedicated to knowledge transfer, networking and exchanging ideas and views on the software industry. The JAX conference series was initially conceived in Germany in 2001 and has had successful runs in Europe, India, Singapore and Indonesia. Today, JAX is one of the biggest and most influential technology events. Each year JAX events empower more than 4,000 conference delegates with the latest technology information.

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  • Special JBoss Day to Take Place as Part of JAXconf
  • JAXconf is to hold a special JBoss day which is free to both conference attendees and non-attendees. The event includes talks from Daniel Allen, Jay Balunas and Tiho (Tihomir) Surdilovic.
  • June 04, 2011
  • Final Timetable For JAXconf and JSF Summit is Now Online
  • JAXconf, a new conference from S&S media, the creators of the JAX series, is to take place in San Jose for the first time. JAX will host JSF Summit, originally produced by Kito D. Mann and JSF Central. The final timetable is now available online.
  • June 03, 2011
  • S&S Media Makes Final Call For Awards Entries
  • There is now only 1 week left to nominate for the JAX Innovation Awards. Launched over a month ago, the awards from S&S Media hope to recognize innovation in the Java ecosystem.
  • May 10, 2011