DevNexus 2011 - March 21st & 22nd (www.devnexus.com) - Registration will be closing soon.
Several large teams have already registered and this is the best event to have your team attend - the injection of new technologies, techniques and ideas from some of the world's best technologists as well has having other professional software developers to mingle with. We will soon hit max capacity for the event so please complete your registrations today.
The DevNexus organizing committee looks for the best speakers and hottest topics in the software development industry and this year we have had a tremendous response from notable presenters. The following are just a few of the DevNexus speakers:
* Jevgeni Kabanov - the founder and CTO of ZeroTurnaround (JRebel) will be addressing JVM memory management and classloading - these are excellent sessions for your most hardcore Java coders
* Dick Wall - of the JavaPosse will dive into functional languages and overall best practices for software practitioners
* Bob McWhirter - the prolific founder of open source solutions such as Codehaus.org, Drools and Groovy will address Ruby/JRuby on his new project TorqueBox - the power of Ruby raised to the power of JBoss
* Claus Ibsen - the project lead for Camel and co-auther of the "Camel in Action" book will focus on enterprise integration
* Mark Fisher - the project lead for Spring Integration will address AMQP and the "Cloudy Future of Integration"
* Hans Dockter - the founder and project lead for Gradle will focus on automated build systems
And many more notable speakers discussing great topics...http://www.devnexus.com/s/speakers
Hadoop * Git * Scala * Arquillian * Flex * jQuery * Sproutcore * Selenium * Gradle * Camel * Spring Integration, Mobile, Social * JBoss TorqueBox * Shiro * GWT * Google App Engine * NoSQL * The Future of Java...
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