I am looking for people who are interested in attending this event. We will be able to get a group discount if we register in a group of 6 or more. Some of the topics are related to Ruby and Rails.
The Best Technically focused Java/Agility Event, the Northern Virginia Software Symposium returns to Denver on November 3-5th bigger and better - SIX (6) concurrent sessions to choose from and sixty-six total sessions offered!
Event: Northern Virginia Software Symposium 2006: Fall Edition URL: www.nofluffjuststuff.com/sh/2006-11-reston Venue: Sheraton Reston Dates: November 3-5th
What makes for a great technical conference?
* Excellent Speakers * Timely, relevant topics * Lack of Marketecture - "Fluff" * Small Size - insure high level of interaction between speakers/attendees * Choice of sessions to attend
The 2006 Northern Virginia Software Symposium: Fall Edition has all of the above!
NVSS 2006 (www.nofluffjuststuff.com/sh/2006-11-reston) will have SIX concurrent sessions to choose from featuring coverage on Core Java, Server-side Java, Groovy, Architecture, Agility and Ruby/Rails.
Experience a conference where the technical focus/presentation is the priority. You will not see any fluffy marketecture at NVSS 2006. Since the attendance for NVSS 2006 is capped at 250 people, you will have the opportunity to interact with speakers and fellow attendees in a unique, welcoming environment. NVSS 2006 is a stop on the No Fluff Just Stuff 2006 Tour which will be in over twenty-five (25) cities this year both U.S. and Canada. Since 2002, the No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Series has delivered over eighty (85) events with some 14,500 attendees.
Heres a look at some of NVSS 2006s presenters: *Andy Hunt, co-author of "Pragmatic Programmer" *Brian Goetz, author of "Java Concurrency in Practice" *Venkat Subramaniam, co-author of "Practices of an Agile Developer" *Mark Richards, author of "Java Transactional Design Strategies" *Ed Burns, co-spec lead for JSF *Stuart Halloway, author of "Component Development for the Java Platform" *Ted Neward, author of "Effective Enterprise Java" *Neal Ford, author of "Art of Java Web Development" & Agility Expert *Pete Behrens, Organizational Agility Coach *Mark Fisher, co-author of "Beginning Spring 2" *Scott Davis, author of "Pragmatic GIS" & co-author of "JBoss @ Work" *Bruce Tate, co-author of "Spring Developer's Notebook" *Andrew Glover, co-author of "Groovy in Action" *Ramnivas Laddad, author of "AspectJ in Action"