Join Us for the 2004 Atlanta Java Software Symposium coming October 15-17th
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The Atlanta Java Users Group's mission is to be the focal point for Java
evangelism in the Atlanta metropolitan area. This is accomplished by
providing events for education and networking as well as electronic tools
such as our email lists and website. AJUG is a 501C non-profit and an all
volunteer managed organization. The majority of our annual costs are
covered our sponsors such as No Fluff, Just Stuff and
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- BEA - www.bea.com
- ClearNova - www.clearnova.com
- Compuware - www.optimalj.com
- Inflow - www.inflow.com
- JBoss - www.jboss.org
- SpectrumSCM - www.spectrumscm.com
- Sun Microsystems - www.sun.com (www.java.net <http://www.java.net/> )
- Wiley Technologies - www.wilytech.com
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Atlanta Java Software Symposium
October 15-17, 2004
A "No Fluff, Just Stuff" Conference
"The Best Value in the Java Conferencing Space Hands Down"
Five Concurrent Sessions to Choose From!
The No Fluff Just Stuff Java Symposium Tour cordially invites you to
register for the Atlanta Java Software Symposium. This three day Java
conference will be offered in Atlanta, GA at the beautiful 4 Star W Hotel,
Perimeter Center on October 15-17, 2004. AJSS 2004 is designed for Java
developers, Java Architects, and technical managers who are looking for
further insights on the J2EE, XML, Web Services, Best Practices and Open
The Atlanta Java Software Symposium will feature over forty high quality
technical presentations and three expert panel discussions. In addition,
some of the speakers are:
* Stuart Halloway, author of "Component Development for the Java
* Bruce Tate, author of "Bitter Java" and "Better, Faster, Lighter
* Dave Thomas, author of "The Pragmatic Programmer"
Ted Neward, author of "Effective Enterprise Java"
* David Geary, author of "Core JSF" and "Core JSTL"
* Ben Galbraith, author of "Professional JSP 2.0"
* , author of "J2EE Web Services"
The Top 5 Reasons to attend the Atlanta Java Software Symposium:
1). AJSS 2004 has a limited attendance of 200 people. We do this to
insure a great deal of interaction between speakers and attendees.
2). AJSS 2004 presentations are content rich. You will come away
with new insights/knowledge that you can immediately apply in your
3). High quality speakers who have tremendous technical depth,
practical experience and the requisite knowledge transfer skills to be an
4). The best value in terms of dollars/time ratio of any Java based
conference currently offered.
5). The format of AJSS 2004 allows companies to send entire software
development teams because of price, location and timing (held over a long
The early bird registration (good thru 9/17/04) is $625/attendee. After
9/17/04, the registration fee will be $725/person.
There is a $50 discount available to all JUG members thru 9/17/04. Please
use the discount code, "ajssjug575" when registering.
The registration fee for the Atlanta Java Software Symposium includes:
* Admission to the symposium
* Symposium CD with all presentation content
* Handouts for each session attended
* All meals/snacks.
There are excellent discounts available for software development teams thru
5-9 Attendees: $550/person
10-14 Attendees: $525/person
15-24 Attendees: $495/person
25-over Attendees: $450/person
Want to Know More? Questions?
Atlanta Java Java Software Symposium:
Contact: Jay Zimmerman, jzimmerman at nofluffjuststuff.com
<mailto:jzimmerman at completeprogrammer.net> , (303)469-0486
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