File APIs for Java Developers
Manipulate DOC, XLS, PPT, PDF and many others from your application.
The moose likes Blatant Advertising and the fly likes JAX - it's all about Technology, Architecture, Agility Big Moose Saloon
  Search | Java FAQ | Recent Topics | Flagged Topics | Hot Topics | Zero Replies
Register / Login
JavaRanch » Java Forums » Other » Blatant Advertising
Bookmark "JAX - it Watch "JAX - it New topic

JAX - it's all about Technology, Architecture, Agility

Nags Bayanna

Joined: Jun 20, 2008
Posts: 1
JAX is the the most comprehensive conference on web and enterprise development. It provides an ideal forum for software developers, project managers and architects to learn about the latest Technology, Architecture and Agile Methodologies. It is this very special blend of topics which has made JAX the conference of choice in Germany, India and Asia since its conception in 2001.

The master minds of our industry will be at JAX to share their knowledge, answer questions and facilitate discussions. The technical presentations and tutorials allow for deep coverage of the latest technologies and practical implementation techniques. Keynotes sessions presented by industry luminaries focus on how to deal with today's and tomorrow's challenges. Another significant vital benefit of JAX is the strong focus on networking and communication opportunities.

The primary goal of JAX is to showcase technical solutions for today�s problems and offer visions to the important trends of tomorrow. Delegates will benefit from hand-picked technical contents with no marketing bushwah.

*Enterprise technologies
*Spring framework
*Java Web technologies
*Groovy, JRuby (on Rails)
*Mobile technologies

*Eclipse Development (Java, Ruby, Python, C++, Mobile)
*Eclipse RCP & Server side Eclipse
*Model Driven Development using Eclipse

*Java EE vs. alternative Java stacks
*Best Practices & Case Studies
*Enterprise Architecture Management

*Rich Internet Apps (Ajax, Flash, Silverlight)
*Mashups, Lightweight integration
*Enterprise 2.0

*SOA - Technologies and Standards
*Realworld Interoperability
*SOA Government & Management

*Methodolgies & Best Practices
*Enterprise Collaboration - Tools & Practices
*Testing & Quality
*Soft Skills

Dynamic Languages
*Ruby / Ruby on Rails
*Groovy / Grails
*JavaScript, Ajax
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: JAX - it's all about Technology, Architecture, Agility
It's not a secret anymore!