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[ANNOUNCE] JSFOne Conference Sep 4th-6th in Washington, DC

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I'm pleased to announce the JSFOne conference, which I'll be hosting along with the No Fluff Just Stuff Symposiums. I think we've truly put together an excellent lineup of speakers who are deep into JSF: Ed Burns, David Geary, Keith Donald, Chris Schalk, Michael Yaun, Ed Burns, Max Katz, Ted Goddard, Jeremy Grelle, Stan Silvert, myself, and others.

The conference is tailored for application developers, solution architects, and project managers who develop applications with JavaServer Faces, Seam, Spring, and related technologies. Key topics include:

* JSF 2.0
* Facelets
* Spring integration
* Seam
* iPhone
* Google API integration
* Writing custom components
* Sripting JSF
* Portlet development
* Testing
* Component suites like RichFaces, ICEfaces, and others

The conference will also be running in conjunction with The Rich Web Experience East -- you get two shows for the price of one. The Rich Web Experience is a one-shop-stop for all things related to Ajax, RIAs, and the evolution of the browser.
If this sounds interesting, you should definitely join us at JSFOne this September 4th-6th in the Washington, DC area! (We're also giving away new iPhones, too.)
Also, stay tuned to JSFCentral for new content from our speakers.
[ June 23, 2008: Message edited by: Kito Mann ]
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