[ajug-members] Approaches to Contracting as AJUG topic
sutter at bravepoint.com
Thu Nov 10 09:41:53 EST 2005
Here are some other ideas for possible presentations:
- Enterprise Integration Patterns (www.eaipatterns.com)
- Mule (Codehaus) and/or ServiceMix
- Maven (presenter: Steven Caswell)
- AJAX related (presenter: Dean Saxe)
- Continuum (or other continuous integration tools and strategies)
- Portlets and WSRP
- Various testing "tools" (load, regression and unit) that someone is
- I'm not sure if any vendors are inventing neat stuff or simply just buying
up the little guys!
- Always looking for case studies: developers who have built things in Java
and can talk about the experience!
And there are been other ideas and we are always looking for more! Plus
there are a few of you who have volunteered but didn't make it through.
Please continue to volunteer and we'll try to work through the proposed
presentation to put it on the schedule! AJUG has approximately 20 speaking
slots a year to fill.
Plus I do like the less technical concepts of starting a corporation/going
into business for oneself. This might work best as a panel discussion that
would cover legal, financial, marketing, sales and providing of
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Subject: [ajug-members] Approaches to Contracting as AJUG topic
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Fellow AJUG members,
I was quite intrigued to see the thread about consultant
incorporation. My incorporation papers, etc. arrived via UPS just
yesterday. I think the interest in this topic is quite strong, and was
wondering what Burr and the general membership thought about having this
as an AJUG topic at some point in the near future?
It may need to be an alternate format, perhaps with a panel similar
to the panel discussions at No Fluff, Just Stuff or our own AJUG DevCon.
I know it's not technical, but it certainly seems relevant to a number
of folks. What do you guys think about having something like that as a
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