SEBASTOPOL, CA--O'Reilly and Associates announced today a new technical conference for developers of enterprise-class Java-based applications. The four-day Conference will be held at the Westin Hotel in Santa Clara, California, March 27-30, 2000, and includes two days of tutorial programs and a two-day, multi-tracked conference.
The O'Reilly Conference on Java focuses on the key technologies for developing large-scale Java applications including:
"We're bringing together the most knowledgeable speakers in the industry to look critically at the state of Java technology and its use in enterprise applications," said Joseph McIntyre, director of O'Reilly's conference operations. "This event will have O'Reilly's independent, pull-no-punches perspective on the work Sun and others are doing in Java. We'll separate out the promise from the reality, and give practical information on the best of bleeding-edge Java technology. Our goal is for attendees to leave with the feeling that they have new tools to tackle even more sophisticated projects using Java."
For more information, see http://conferences.oreilly.com/java/.
Proposals for Presentations Now Being Accepted
The O'Reilly Conference on Java Program Committee is now accepting proposals for presentations in a wide variety of enterprise Java subject areas. See http://conferences.oreilly.com/java/participation.html for complete information about our submission and acceptance process.
The Conference will also feature a limited number of sponsorship and exposition opportunities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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