Press Release: January 4, 2000
IBM's Simon Phipps is Keynoter at the O'Reilly Conference on Java Deeply Technical Conference Focuses on the Future of Enterprise Java SEBASTOPOL, Calif.--Simon Phipps, IBM Corporation's Chief Java and XML Evangelist, will kick off the O'Reilly Conference on Java on March 27-30, 2000 in Santa Clara, CA. Phipps, who has led IBM's foray into Java, will set the stage for the four-day conference on Enterprise Java.
The O'Reilly Conference on Java is an intensely technical conference for Java programmers. Tutorials and conference sessions take the independent, technically rigorous approach that programmers know from O'Reilly books. The in-depth sessions focus on using Java to build world-class enterprise applications. Session topics include Jini in the Enterprise, XML in the Java 2 Platform, Portable Data Access in Distributed Enterprise Applications, and Design Considerations: Migrating from Client Server Applications to e-business Application. Presenters are Java professionals who have been intimately involved in the development of the Java language and complex Java applications. Presenter bios are available online.
"This conference program delves deep into the brave new world of complex, enterprise-wide Java development," said Joseph McIntyre, director of O'Reilly's conference operations. "Our conference committee has designed tutorial and presentation tracks geared exclusively to hands-on enterprise application developers. This will be the most technical conference a java programmer can attend this year."
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