Today saw Adobe making an iOS-related announcement, and plenty of great tweets!
“Looks like a lot of great ideas are being exchanged at #jaxlondon. The #Java EE platform is continuing to fight misconceptions; nice.” – ALRubinger
“#Scala talk was a good intro to the language, Thanks Ted good presentation. I think he could have gone for several more hours :) #jaxlondon” – aidmcg
“#jaxlondon #ftw: badges with names printed on *both* sides, mini-program in the badge, wifi, good hotel, great people.” – mittie
“Thanks to the kind folks at #JAXLondon for letting me open their conference, and thanks to the attendees for being so welcoming.” – tastapod
If you’re planning on twittering about the conference, the hashtag is #JAXLondon! Tomorrow, the conference will run tracks dedicated to Systems Integration and the Spring ecosystem, with a keynote from Adrian Colyer, which will look at ‘Enterprise Applications in 2011: Challenges in Development and Deployment, and Spring’s response.’ The afternoon keynote is ‘How Betfair Scaled its Java Apps in Record Time’ and will aim to show developers how to determine and define business transactions in a distributed environment, and create a performance baseline based on business transaction performance.