Meanwhile, during the same week as the JavaOne conference, JBoss Group will hold its own JBoss user conference at a venue on the same block as the Moscone Center, where JavaOne is being held. On June 11, JBoss will hold its second annual developer conference, known as JBoss Two, where the company will focus on the next version of its application server, JBoss 4.0, and on the JBoss aspect-oriented framework. Fleury said JBoss is pressing heavily into aspect-oriented programming (AOP), and Gregor Kiczales, co-founder of Intentional Software Inc., of Bellevue, Wash., known as the father of AOP, will be discussing the technology. AOP enables issues that run across a software system to be programmed in modular units.Other speakers at the JBoss Two event include Dean Wampler, a senior product manager at IBMs Rational division; Shigeru Chiba, a computer science professor at the Tokyo Technical Institute; and Bill Burke, chief architect of the JBoss Group. Latest Developer News:
JBoss Two will follow the San Francisco version of JBoss boot camp, which will run the weekend before JavaOne. JBoss boot camp is an in-depth training event that focuses on all major aspects of JBoss programming and the JBoss platform. The JBoss Web site said all the organizations primary developers will be on hand for the San Francisco event.