DCJUG/Data Driven DC Message Board › DevNexus conference in Atlanta is coming up
I am passing this along from our sister JUG in Atlanta. Maybe DevIgnition will be this big some day.
The Atlanta Java Users Group is excited to announce DevNexus 2011!
DevNexus 2011 will be on Monday, March 21st and Tuesday, March 22nd at the Cobb Galleria. We have an incredible line-up of presenters covering a wide array of crucial topics. In addition to providing great content for Java developers, DevNexus is a very valuable networking opportunity. This event attracts Java/JVM talent from the South-East's largest corporations, software companies and consulting organizations. You will have an opportunity to discover what other development teams are using as their favorite tools and practices.
Why should you attend DevNexus 2011:
- Two full days of technology immersion and camaraderie.
- Ask questions to world-class experts and your Atlanta-based colleagues
- Learn Agile Best Practices & Tools
- Learn more about other languages on the JVM such as Scala
- Learn more about building Rich Internet Applications, incl. GWT & Flex
- We cover NoSQL topics
- Hear about the latest developments from JBoss and SpringSource (incl. Spring Mobile and Spring Social)
We have already line-up some great speakers with many more to be announced in the upcoming weeks:
Hans Dockter - Founder of Gradle
Keith Donald - SpringSource Co-founder, project lead for Spring MVC and Web Flow
Matthew McCullough - GIT and Hadoop
Dick Wall - JavaPosse Co-host, Scala aficionado
Roy Clarkson - Spring Mobile project lead
Jevgeni Kabanov - founder of ZeroTurnaround - will present on JVM memory+class loaders
James Ward - Adobe Flex evangelist
Brad Anderson - co-curator of the NoSQL East conference
Yehuda Katz - member of the jQuery Core Team, author, member of the Ruby on Rails core team
Fore more details on speakers and sessions, please visit:
Most importantly, please register for this incredibly valuable event at: http://www.devnexus.c...
President Atlanta Java Users Group (AJUG)