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Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference: Philadelphia, PA, March 26-27, 2009
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The roster of speakers is headed up by keynotes Michael Tiemann, Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat and President of the Open Source Initiative and Andy Hunt, co-founder of the Pragmatic Programmers, an agile publishing and training company. Click here to see the latest update for keynotes and talks scheduled.
Featured speakers include jQuery creator John Resig; Seam development team member Dan Allen; Spring Framework core developer Mark Fisher; Groovy and Grails core developer Jeff Brown; James Ward of Adobe Systems; POJOs in Action author Chris Richardson; Agile Manifesto co-author Brian Marick; David Black (author of Ruby for Rails and The Well-Grounded Rubyist); Ezra Zygmuntowicz (co-founder of Engine Yard and creator of the Merb framework); and Jascha Franklin-Hodge (co-founder and chief technology officer of Blue State Digital, the company that helped create and manage Barack Obama's online social network).
This annual conference sponsored by Chariot Solutions drew an overflow audience in 2008 and returns in 2009 with expanded content for both a technical and an IT executive audience. For software developers, the conference will feature world-class speakers closely aligned with a wide range of application frameworks, including Spring and Ruby on Rails as well as Integration/SOA, Cloud Computing, and Web Applications.
For IT executives, Chariot has brought to the table real-world case studies on how new technologies are both lowering costs and driving business growth. Everyone attending this year’s Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference will walk away with a better understanding of the latest trends in open source and Java, as well as insight into how these technologies can strengthen the enterprise IT foundation.
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