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ICTY – IBM Impact 2007 conference

Impact Comes to You is for those who wish to better leverage their existing IT investments and enable greater degrees of business flexibility across their enterprise.

Impact Comes to You will get you thinking about how to use SOA and the WebSphere platform that powers it to leverage existing resources to meet business and IT objectives.

Date: Tuesday, Oct 9, 2007 8:30A – 4
Location: Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134

8:00AM Registration and Breakfast
8:30AM Welcome and Introductions
9:30AM BPM enabled by SOA
11:00AM DataPower
12:00PM Lunch
1:00PM Customer Reference
1:30PM Maximize SOA with Flexible Infrastructure and Management
3:00PM How to achieve ROI on SOA
4:15PM Event Close

Registration Link

Impact Comes to You (ICTY) is a premier event that brings the value of the IBM Impact 2007 conference – which was held in Orlando, Florida on May 20-25 to local IT professionals and executives in Coral Gables on Oct 9, 2007. ICTY promises to deliver an excellent opportunity to gain insights, share information, and network with peers to discuss the latest innovations, products, services and solutions in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the IBM WebSphere platform.

The event will be held at the Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134. Registration and continental breakfast begin at 8:00 am with the session starting at 8:30 am to approximately 4:15 pm.

We have an excellent lineup of topics, all of which were rated as top or outstanding by customers and peers during the IBM Impact 2007 conference, which include:

* SOA Implementation Best Practices
* Using BPM to move your business to a Process Platform on SOA
* Accelerate time to value with SOA connectivity using DataPower appliances
* Customer Reference
* Maximize SOA with Flexible Infrastructure and Management
* How to Achieve ROI with SOA

Impact Comes to You will get you thinking about how to use SOA and the WebSphere platform that powers it to leverage existing resources to meet business and IT objectives. If you could not make it to Orlando for IMPACT 2007, then join us at the Impact Comes to You in Coral Gables! Of course, there is no cost or obligation to attend.

International Conference on Java Technology 2007

Here is a link where you’ll find all the Technical Sessions Slides.

IBM Gets you started on SOA

For those interested in IBM’s family of products supporting and enabling SOA, this event will be a good opportunity to get access to all this technology, interact with IBM experts and get the feeling of it through hands on labs.

Check it out !

When: Tuesday, September 18th, 2007
Where: Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (registration starts at 8:30 a.m.)
Investment: Free of charge, no cost or obligation.

For more details see Get started on SOA with WebSphere’s proven, flexible entry points

Central Florida Software Symposium, Orlando August 24-26th 2007

Join Us for the Premier Technically focused Java/Agility event series returning to Orlando on August 24-26th for the 2007 Central Florida Software Symposium!

Event Name: Central Florida Software Symposium 2007
Dates: August 24-26, 2007
Location: Orlando, FL

The 2007 Central Florida Software Symposium is coming to on August 24-26th. COSS 2007 will offer five (5) concurrent sessions for you to choose from. The hot topics covered at COSS 2007 include:

* Spring 2.0
* Groovy/Grails
* Domain Driven Design
* Annotations
* Java Concurrency
* Java 6.0
* JRuby
* Enterprise Ajax
* JPA and many more!

We have a great set of speakers lined up for you to enjoy featuring:

Scott Davis, author of “GIS for Web Developers” & Editor-in-Chief of
Bruce Tate, author of “Ruby for Java Programmers”
David Geary, co-author of “Core JSF”
Ryan Breidenbach, co-author of “Spring in Action”
Neal Ford, author of “Art of Java Web Development”
Mark Richards, author of “Java Transaction Design Strategies”
Ted Neward, author of “Effective Enterprise Java”
and many more…

The No Fluff Just Stuff Symposium series is regarded as the premier Java/Agility event series anywhere serving over 18,000 attendees with some 100 events since 2002. The popularity of the NFJS symposium series
can be traced to the following:

1). Exceptional Speakers
2). Limited Attendance – capped at 250 people
3). No Vendors, No Sales Pitches, no Marketecture
4). Excellent networking opportunities with speakers and fellow attendees
5). The Best Value in the Java conferencing space period

Early Bird Registration: $750/person good thru 8/06/07

Special $50 discount available to all JUG Members, use the discount
code, nfjsusergroup50 when registering.

Excellent Group Discounts Available – bring your entire development team
to the show good thru 8/06/07

5-9 Attendees: $675/person
10-14 Attendees: $650person
15-24 Attendees: $625/person
25-over Attendees: $600/person

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

Excellent Giveaways – Nintendo Wiis and Apple iPods

Join us for a great show! We appreciate your support and patronage!!

Software Symposium 2007:

Venue: Sheraton Studio City with room rate of $99/night available

All the Best,

Jay Zimmerman
NFJS 2007 Symposium Director

OSCON 2007 Open Source Convention

Here is a link where you can find all OSCON 2007  Technical Sessions Slides.

Cluster Your JVM to SIMPLIFY application architecture

Here is an interesting article about Terracota Clustering in infoQ. It covers a good deal of the product features explained in a very clever and straight way by its CTO Ari Zilka. Enjoy it !
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JavaOne 2007 Technical Sessions Slides

Here is a link where you can find all JavaOne 2007 Technical Sessions Slides.

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