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Pune, Maharashtra, India, 2007/09/17 - The annual International Conference on Java Technology, the premier independent event on Java software development in Asia is being held in Pune, India in October 2007.
The conference is a vendor-neutral event and offers an opportunity unlike any other in Asia to learn and discuss the latest in Java technology.
Venue - Symbiosis Infotech Campus, Hinjewadi IT Park, Pune, India
Dates - 26th and 27th October 2007
The conference is a vendor-neutral event with an emphasis on pure learning and technical sessions, to enable exchange of technology expertise and ideas. It is a source of knowledge and expertise of international standards, for the thousands of Java software developers in India.
Harshad Oak, Founder Rightrix Solutions and the author of several international books on Java says "The conference last year was the first such independent conference in India and the response was awesome. We got a lot of positive feedback, with delegates saying that they enjoyed the experience and learned a lot. I am most excited about what new developments might come out of the conference this year."
As for holding this year's event in Pune, Sangeeta Oak, Director-Research & Projects adds "Pune is fast emerging as a major international IT hub. It's well connected, has a great academic foundation and has the best IT companies doing business in the city. We are happy to be holding a premier technology conference in Pune, in the heart of the Hinjewadi IT park."
The current speaker list consists of well known names like Amit Bhayani, Debu Panda, Deepal Jayasinghe, Harshad Oak, Ivelin Ivanov, Jags Ramanarayan, Karthik Gurumurthy, Paulo Caroli, Ramesh Loganathan,Ric Smith and Swarraj Kulkarni. The sessions deal with topics like Spring, EJB3, SOA, Web Services, Axis, Java VoIP, JSF, Ajax, Dependency Injection, Refactoring, Patterns, Enterprise 2.0, Mashups, Wicket and Tapestry.
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