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Great Lakes Software Symposium™ 2002

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If you have been looking for a software conference that focuses on the practical technical aspects of the J2EE, XML, Web Services, Agile Methodologies, Open Source and Best Practices, you have found it here with the Great Lakes Software Symposium. At GLSS 2002 you will have the opportunity to choose from 48 different technical sessions, keynote and panel discussion. Because of the unique format of this symposium, you will be afforded the opportunity to interact extensively with the speakers, participate in some excellent technical presentations and come away with practical knowledge that can be applied immediately in your development environment.
The Great Lakes Software Symposium is structured for both the individual developer/consultant and entire software development team from a company to attend. Whether it is the low price point, multiple session tracks or being held over a weekend, GLSS 2002 gives an IT Director the opportunity to send all of his/her development team rather than just the Sr. Architect or Technical Project Manager. The benefit?? It is multi-fold: everyone from the team gets to participate in a technical workshop, ideas flow naturally because all or most of the team members are there to hear presentations, coverage of all the sessions is afforded by 5 or more members of a technical team attending the conference and the list goes on and on... What about from the cost side? Great discounts for teams of developers attending, no air/hotel expenses and equally important no opportunity cost incurred by the developer or company for him/her being gone for an extended period of time.

Bruce Tate - Author of Bitter Java
Jason Hunter - Author of Java Servlet Programming and servlets.com
Erik Hatcher – Co-author of Java Development with Ant
Dave Thomas - Author of the Pragmatic Programmer
Sue Spielman - Author of Struts Framework: A Practical Guide for Java Programmers
James Duncan Davidson - Author of Apache Tomcat & Apache Ant
Rick Hightower – Author of Java Tools for Extreme Programming
Bruce Martin – Sr. Enterprise Architect with The Middleware Company
Kyle Gabhart – DevX JavaPro & Sr. Java Mentor with Learning Patterns
Dennis Sosnoski - JavaWorld and IBM developerWorks author
Patrick Linskey, VP of Engineering, SolarMetric
John Carnell - Co-author of J2EE Design Patterns Applied
Maciej Zawadzki – President of Urbancode
Robert Martin - Author of Agile Software
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Rick, do you have a link for more information?
Ihab Ismail
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Oops!! Here's the Link again:

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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