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QCon Java Community Event
Thursday, November 20, 2008 from 6:15 PM to 7:45 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
QCon has invited our JUG members to their first Java Community Event on Thursday November 20th, 2008. This free event, hosted by QCon San Francisco, will be a one-hour long panel on the State of Java with well known Java luminaries and QCon SF speakers such as:
- Rod Johnson: Creator of Spring
- Brian Goetz: Java Concurrency Author and JSR EG Member
- Emmanuel Bernard: JBoss Lead Developer working on Hibernate Annotations
and Entity Manager
- Max Ross: Hibernate Shards Project Lead
- Bill Venners: Author of "Inside the Java Virtual Machine"
- Michael Van Riper: Java Champion and Leader of Silicon Valley Web JUG
- ... and more to be announced
Although this is a free event, we must limit attendance to the first 100 JUG members that register here. We do expect this event to sell out. If you register and your plans change, please cancel your registration or ask van_riper at dev dot java dot net to cancel your registration for you. Thanks!
6:15pm - 6:45pm: Registration and Mingling
6.45pm - 7.45pm: Panel hosted by Kresten Krab Thorup, QCon Program Lead
QCon Registration Discount
If you are interested in attending QCon SF 2008, you can save $100 off registration price by using the following promotion code: javagroup_100off. This is a discount of $300 off list price if you register before November 14, 2008.
We look forward to seeing you at QCon's inaugural Java Community Event in San Francisco. There is more information about the speakers and QCon here: http://www.qconsf.com/
When & Where
Silicon Valley Web JUG
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