Archive for April, 2007

Early Bird Registration ends April 30

Early bird registration for the South Florida Software Symposium 2007 ends in 8 days (04/30/2007). Don’t loss the opportunity to experience this great event.

South Florida Software Symposium
May 18 – 20, 2007

Hotel Intercontinental Miami West
2505 Northwest 87th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33172

Register now!

Here is an example of the speakers you will be able to see at SFSS:

* Venkat Subramaniam, co-author “Practices of an Agile Developer”
* Neal Ford, author “Art of Java Web Development”
* Ted Neward, author of “Effective Enterprise Java”
* David Hussman, Agility Expert
* Ben Hale, Sr. Consultant with Interface 21
* Greg Murray, Ajax Architect w/Sun.

Great Swag in 2007 – all attendees receive a new 2007 NFJS laptop bag & custom binder.

Excellent Giveaways – Sony E-reader, Sony Playstation 3 and Apple iPods.

South Florida Software Symposium is brought to you by NFJS and Miami Java Users Group.


Dealing with SOA

How do you deal with SOA?
By Neal Ford, Mark Richards
No Fluff, Just Stuff

View podcast

Strategic Domain-Driven Design

Strategic Domain-Driven Design
Effective Modeling for Larger Projects
By Eric Evan
Javapolis 2006

View podcast

Agile Meeting

Meeting 3 was a great event. Both speakers Orion Letizi and Dr. Venkat Subramaniam demonstrated great dominance of the topics they presented.

We are looking forward to see Dr. Subramaniam again in action at the South Florida Software Symposium next month.

Share your feedback about the meeting. Leave your comment on the post or on the meeting summary.

Who will Develop Software in 10 Years?

Martin Fowler, Frank Buschmann, Steve Cook, Jimmy Nilsson, and Dave Thomas discuss the future of software development. Topics covered include outsourcing, is Google the next MS?, multi-core & parallism, grid computing, software stacks of the future, and more. A thoroughly thought-provoking panel! JAOO is producing the QCon event.

View webcase.

WebFramework in a Box

Groovy / Grails Discussion by Venkat Subramaniam and Scott Davis.

Watch webcast.

April 2007



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