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JAX India 2009: International Conference on Java Technologies April 06-10, Bangalore, India

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Here is an update on JAX India 2009, an International Conference on Java Technologies to be held in Bangalore between April 06 and 10.

1) Liferay, SAP, Signsoft, isc2 and many other companies have stepped in as sponsors to support the popular event.

2) Some of the renowned speakers, who have confirmed their participation, are:

· Axel Angeli, Logosworld, SOA Evangelist
· Neal Ford, Software Thinker, Meme Wrangler @ ThoughtWorks Inc.
· Prakash G.R, Eclipse Platform UI Team, IBM
· Harshad Oak, Rightrix Solutions
· Chris Aniszczyk, IBM Lotus
· Steven Bristol, Ruby on Rails Core Contributor,
· Michael Johann, IT Consultant, Guru
· Mike Keith, Java EE Expert @ Oracle Corp.
· Kito Mann, Editor-in-chief of JSF Central and the author of JSF in Action
· Ketan Padegaonkar, Consultant and Developer at ThoughtWorks
· Craig Russell, Architect at Sun Microsystems

3) The agenda of the conference has been finalized to include following tracks and toopics


· Ten Ways to Destroy Your Object Relational Mapping Project
· Don't Know Jack About Object-Relational Mapping?
· What’s new in Spring 3
· Spring and JPA


· Eclipse Commands
· OSGi for Eclipse Developers
· Single Sourcing: Extend your RCP Application to the Web with RAP
· Eclipse User Interface Testing with SWTBot, Part 1
· Eclipse User Interface Testing with SWTBot, Part 2
· OSGi Service Platform by example
· Open Source Java Persistence
· Eclipse Modeling – Overview
· Eclipse RT, the Runtime Project
· Intro to Eclipse RCP (Rich Client Platform)
· Advanced Eclipse RCP development


· Social Computing, Collaboration and Enterprise 2.0 with Liferay.
· So you want to be an Architect
· Lucky Number 6 for Java EE
· OSGi and Java EE: Friends or Foes?
· Spring Dynamic Modules by example
· Test-Driven Design
· Unit Testing that Sucks Less: Small Things that Make a Big Difference


· Google Web Toolkit: Making a better Web
· Writing Killer JSF 2.0 UI Components
· JSF 2.0 in Action


· Event Driven Architecture with Esper
· The brave new world of cloud computing
· Atomic Communication Patterns for the Enterprise Service Bus


· Communication Skills for Geeks
· Dynamic Languages
· All About Merb
· REST with Rails
· Introduction to JRuby
· Introduction to JRuby on Rails
· Dive Into Grails

As you know, JAX India 2009 has been planned to meet the needs of IT professionals at every level. Whether you are a decision maker seeking to evaluate technologies or a developer looking for a window to latest developments or an entrepreneur pursuing business opportunities, JAX India 2009 is the right destination to head to.

For more information contact JAX Hotline:
Mobile: +91 98457 30380, 99867 17738, Tel: +91 80 41124392 / 93
Email: info@jaxindia.com
Website : www.jaxindia.com

With best wishes,
JAX Team

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I don't even see the word "struts" in there.
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Moved to a more appropriate forum.
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