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OSGi DevCon 2010 – Working with OSGi

Tomorrow as part of OSGi DevCon 2010… Simon Archer, Jeff McAffer, Paul Vanderlei and I will be giving an awesome OSGi tutorial. The tutorial will take you through developing a fully functional OSGi-based application based on the famous Toast example from the OSGi and Equinox book.

We’ll cover the key elements of OSGi and creating OSGi-based systems with principles and practices that are applicable in a wide range of application domains and execution scenarios. A lot of time and effort went into the book and Toast example. In my opinion, the Toast example is the best OSGi example out there and you’ll benefit from learning it.

Why should you come to our OSGi tutorial? Well, you’ll have the eyes and ears of four guys who have been doing OSGi for many years. On top of that, you’ll get to hear us make some controversial statements like when programming OSGi, don’t use OSGi. Oh, and you’ll hear Jeff talk about how modularity is the lubrication of collaboration.

  • Rab

    Hey Chris, is there any way to get replays from OSGi DevCon this week? There are many of my colleagues there but I am not. Thanks!

  • What type of stuff were you looking for?

    We posted the slides from tutorial online for people to grab.

  • Rab

    Awesome. Thanks! I will check 'em out. Good event experience overall?

  • Yes, the event was great. I was really impressed with the keynote this morning and the OSGi talks overall at the conference.

    You should definitely come next year!

  • Rab

    Hey Chris, is there any way to get replays from OSGi DevCon this week? There are many of my colleagues there but I am not. Thanks!

  • What type of stuff were you looking for?

    We posted the slides from tutorial online for people to grab.

  • Rab

    Awesome. Thanks! I will check 'em out. Good event experience overall?

  • Yes, the event was great. I was really impressed with the keynote this morning and the OSGi talks overall at the conference.

    You should definitely come next year!