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2005 Java Community Process (JCP) Program Training Season Now Open
Upcoming Asian, European and US East & West Coast Sessions Zoom in on JCP 2.6

New this year is the combination of the JCP Program Training and Communication sessions around industry conferences and Executive Committee (EC) Member Meetings. The sessions are hosted by the Program Management Office (PMO) free of charge and are open to everyone with interest in the JCP Program. You do not need to be a JCP Member to attend.

Dates and Locations for the remaining JCP Training and Communications Sessions in 2005:

  • San Diego, Ca - San Diego Hotel and Marina
    1380 Harbor Island Dr, San Diego CA 92101 (619)291-2900
    Thursday, December 15th 13:00 - 17:00
    Friday, December 16th 10:00 - 17:00
    RSVP to or +1 (510)550-4353

    Agenda for training:
    Welcome - Introductions
    History of the JCP - Statistics
    JCP Overview
    JSR Development JSR 2005
    TCK Presentation
    Communication session
    Q & A - Survey

This year the sessions are interactive and will include the development of a JSR with all attendees as the Expert Group. In addition to an overview of the process, statistics, and history of the JCP, the objective for the JCP Training is to provide attendees with an update on the latest version of the program. We now have some experience with JCP 2.6 JSRs going through Early Draft Review and Public Review. It will present the new tools introduced to help Spec Leads drive the JSR development process more effectively and the process enhancements brought to improve process transparency and participation. The JCP Training and Communication Sessions present a unique opportunity for future Spec Leads and Expert Group Members to meet with experienced Spec Leads and Experts.

"What started out as a JSR training to help Spec Leads understand the JSR process and guide them through the process of developing new specifications has evolved to become a fully-fledged JCP Training and Communication session", said Onno Kluyt, senior director and chair, JCP PMO. "We are pleased to provide this year's edition to a even broader audience by inviting everyone to attend, thus responding to the growing interest in the JCP and its activities."

The number of JCP Training attendees has increased year after year with more Spec Leads, EC representatives, EG members choosing to participate in this discussion forum about the JSR Process. The session is a good venue to provide feedback to the PMO, share the experience of Spec Leads and EG Members and exchange ideas. Prospective and future Spec Leads also leverage it to ask questions of experienced Spec Leads.

If you wish to attend, know someone who would like to attend, or would like some more information regarding the Training and Communication sessions, please contact Liz Kiener at or +1 510 550 4353.