Charles River’s David Koelle was awarded as a top speaker at the JavaOne conference that took place from May 7-11, 2007 in San Francisco, California. Koelle’s session, “JFugue: Making Music with Java MIDI and Illustrating API Usability,” was voted as a top session by conference attendees.
“This is quite an honor,” Koelle said. “I’m very pleased that my audience enjoyed my session so much.”
Geertjan Wielenga, Koelle’s co-presenter who demonstrated his Music NotePad (backed by JFugue), said that Koelle “presented the story clearly, coherently, with a touch of humor, and a lot of enthusiasm. The room, containing 136 people, as I later found out, was clearly totally engrossed in his story.”
Michael Nascimento, a conference attendee, wrote, “I would like to highlight the excellent JFugue talk delivered mainly by David Koelle and with special guest star Geertjan Wielenga. David is a terrific speaker, his work is amazingly cool, his demos rocked and he managed to be funny.”
Charles River congratulates David Koelle on his award.
To visit the JFugue Web site, visit http://www.jfugue.org/.