JavaZone 2014 is launched. Check it out:

Thousands of developers, more than one hundred sessions, workshops and over 40 unique partners in one building.

More information about JavaZone 2014 will be published soon.

Welcome to JavaZone!

JavaZone is an important meeting place for software developers in Scandinavia, and is the biggest community driven conference of its kind. JavaZone has been described as a high quality, independent conference – a leading forum for knowledge exchange for IT- professionals. All speakers are selected by the independent Program Committee.

Over 40 large and mid-sized companies – our partners – exhibit their brand and services/ products during the conference. Without partners, volunteers, the speakers and the participants, the conference would not be possible.

Topics include: Alternative languages, Architecture, Big Data and NoSQL, Con­tin­u­ous De­liv­ery, Core Java, Crafts­man­ship, En­ter­prise, Ex­pe­ri­ence Re­port, Fron­tend, Functional Programming, Mobile, Re­search and Trends, Se­cu­rity, Star­tups, and much, much more.

How do I get to the conference?

The conference center is placed in the heart of Oslo, so there are plenty of public transportation options. You can use the travel planner for Oslo by choosing "Oslo Spektrum" as your destination.

When does the conference start?

The conference starts in the morning of Wednesday 11. september. The doors opens 08.00, we'll kick if of with a morning show before starting the sessions at 09.00.

Where do I buy my ticket?

Conference tickets can be bought at our webshop. If you work for one of our partners, they might have a ticket to you, so be sure to check that first.

How much does a ticket cost?

Tickets are priced at 4950,- NOK for members of javaBin, and 5950,- NOK for non-members. Partners will get special prices for the tickets.

Where do I pick up my ticket?

Pick it up at the entrance of Oslo Spektrum between 16.00 and 18.00 the day before JavaZone starts. You can also pick it up the same day as the conference, but there might be some small lines.

What is JavaZone Overflow?

We have a special area where you can watch all the presentations at big screens. It's perfect if the talk you wanted to see is full, or you can't decide between talks. Pick up a headset, and take a seat!

How can I attend a Workshop?

The workshops are held the day before and during the conference. More information can be found at our special workshop page. Be aware: there are limited seating at the workshops!

What (and when) is AweZone?

AweZone is our conference after party, and it will be held at Rockefeller the evening after the first day of the conference. Admission is free with your JavaZone ticket.

What about food?

JavaZone is well known for it's awesome conference food. We started the tradition of "food always, non-stop", and this year is no different. Food is served continously from 10.00 every day.

Dude, got apps?

Sure bro! We have created apps for Android and iPhone. And if apps isn't your cup of tea, the program is on the web pages as well – fully mobile ready!

Who will present at JavaZone?

Check out this years program. You can also check out the program of previous conferences, and watch previous talks as well.

Where can I find more information?

If you're a speaker, partner or volunteer, check out our page with additional information. If you have any other questions, please contact us at

Schedule 2013

Tuesday 10th September

  • 09:00: Workshops (separate registration)
  • 13:30: Workshops – part 2
  • 16.00-18.00 Pre-registration, Oslo Spektrum

Wednesday 11th September

  • 08:00: The doors to Oslo Spektrum open
  • 08:30: Morning show
  • 09:00: First day of sessions
  • 10:00: Food serving starts
  • 19:20: First day of sessions end
  • 19:30: AweZone 2013 at Rockefeller

Thursday 12th September

  • 08:00: The doors to Oslo Spektrum open
  • 09:00: Second day of sessions
  • 10:00: Food serving starts
  • 18:00: Second day of sessions end

Schedule for speakers & partners

Who creates JavaZone?

JavaZone is created by javaBin, a non-profit and independent organisation. We are 200 people around Norway, who arranges meetups, hackathons, and of course: JavaZone!

Want to help? Come visit us at our stand in the middle of the Expo Area, or meet up with us on our Speed Date 24th of September at Teknologihuset.

Contact information