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That was Javaland 2017

March 28 to 30, 2017 at Phantasialand, Bruehl


It was a great pleasure to have you all at the fourth edition of JavaLand at Phantasialand. We would like to thank all participants, speakers, students, partners, and contributors of the iJUG.

Save the date: JavaLand 2018

March 13 - 15, 2018 – Save the date, sign up for our newsletter and we will let you know about upcoming Call for Papers and registration.


Presentations for Download

The speakers' presentations are now ready to download. Benefit from their expert knowledge.


Exhibitor Catalogue

These companies have exhibited at JavaLand 2017. Thank you for your support!


News on site

Download our news of both days and take a trip down memorylane.
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Our photographer did a great job and captured beautiful impressions of JavaLand 2017. Take a look.



Here, you can find the feedback from some members of the community. You can share your opinion via YouTube video, too! (Hashtags #Javaland #feedback) In addition, you will find some videos from the exhibition at JavaInnovationLab.


Reviews - What you wrote...

Write about your experiences in JavaLand and send your link to the JavaLand office or tweet it (Hashtags #Javaland #feedback). We will add it to the collection.


Conference Program

Would you like to take a look at the program? Here you can browse all presentations of JavaLand 2017.



30 children took part in the JavaLand4Kids and learned programming in a playful way. In three groups and three exciting workshops, they learned how to creatively deal with computers.


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