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  • Von: Lisa Damerow
  • 08/27/2018

JavaLand 2019 Call for Papers: Larger Participation Than Ever Before!

That the Java community is absolutely fantastic is no secret and has already been proven several times at JavaLand in Phantasialand. But this year, it has outdone itself with more than 600 submitted presentations. As a result, the event once again recorded an overwhelming participation and renewed growth.

A total of 637 submissions were received for the conference programme, which the committee is currently examining with a critical expert eye. That is one quarter more than last year. The newcomer programme for speakers without stage experience also attracted great interest with 60 entries (for comparison: 23 in 2018). This time, the stream managers will be spoilt for choice between 37 submissions from 23 partners for the training day. Not an easy decision, but all participants can already look forward to the finished conference programme, which will be published online at the end of September. We would like to thank all speakers and ask for a little patience, the confirmations and rejections will be sent out between September 17 and 20.

Interested parties can view the complete statistics with all submissions per stream here.

 Submissions 2019    Submissions 2018   
Call for Papers 637 505
Newcomer 60 23
Training Day (amount of partners)    23 10
Community Activities 16 15



Submissions Per Stream:
Core Java & JVM Technologies: 76
JVM Languages: 22
Methodology & Culture: 70
Architecture: 90
Security: 39
Quality & Testing: 48
Enterprise: 26
Microservices: 53
Container, Cloud & Infrastructure: 69
Tools: 31
Data & Streaming: 35
Innovations: 38
Frontend, Mobile & UX: 55