If you've followed this blog, you know that I'm passionate about rich internet application (RIA) development, particularly rich-client Java development (i.e. the client runs on the JVM, is visually pleasing, intuitive and responsive).
Readers of this blog also know that I view JavaFX and Java SE 6u10 as the principal pieces of the RIA puzzle that will bring rich-client Java back [we almost had it in 1996... I'll spare you the rant just this once :-)]. With JavaOne around the corner, it should come as no surprise that I'll be presenting again on JavaFX, joining the ranks of others passionate about rich-client Java.
For a great summary of the upcoming JavaFX sessions, see Stephen Chin's JavaOne Expert RIA Track post. By the way, I'll be presenting with Stephen in the Pro JavaFX: Developing Enterprise Applications session, with Johan Vos in the Visualization of Geomaps and Topic Maps with JavaFX session, and will also discuss Creating a 3D UI for an Enterprise Application with JavaFX.
During my presentations, I'll announce the winner of the RIA Exemplar Challenge as well. I hope to see you there, and please do come up and say hi after the presentations!