[ajug-members] Registration is closing
ramesh_chandra_k at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 1 08:59:44 EST 2010
I have already registered for DevNexus. I already told my boss that I would be taking PTO on those two days but it may look like we would be having two important meetings on those days. I will know it for sure by mid-week but if that happens I wanted to know if there is a way to get my money refunded or if I can transfer the registration to someone else who is interested.
From: Burr Sutter <burrsutter at gmail.com>
To: General AJUG membership forum (100-200 messages/month) <ajug-members at ajug.org>
Sent: Sun, February 28, 2010 10:58:50 AM
Subject: [ajug-members] Registration is closing
DevNexus 2010 registration is closing down with final headcount due to
the Galleria. We can still squeeze you in but we need you to register
The schedule is all set: http://www.devnexus.com/site/schedule
The Atlanta Java Users Group would like to take a moment and recognize
our sponsors who make our regular meetings and special events possible.
The Intersect Group (http://theintersectgroup.com) is sponsoring our
cocktail reception on March 8th, please plan to skip rush hour and
spend time with the DevNexus speakers, organizers and other attendees.
We also have new sponsors Matrix, GCA and adorsys.
* Matrix (http://www.matrixresources.com) recently provided us a room
and refreshments for the Rich Thomas Google Wave presentation and is
also a financial contributor.
* GCA (http://www.gca.net) brought in Kirk Pepperdine
(www.kodewerk.com) from Crete to focus on Java Performance Tuning. GCA
is the local Sun/Oracle authorized training & certification
* adorsys is a new Atlanta-based organization that recently re-located from Germany and looking to be a part of our community.
* 4t Networks (http://www.4tnetworks.com) provides hosting services for ajug.org and devnexus.com.
* Anteo Group (http://www.anteogroup.com) is AJUG's longest running
affiliated sponsor - their representatives participate in every AJUG
* Intercontinental Exchange (http://www.theice.com/jobs.jhtml) has a
special guest speaker, Edwin Marcial, coming to DevNexus, if you are
interested in massive Java-based application scalability then his
presentation is not to be missed.
* JBoss by Red Hat (http://www.jboss.com) was one of Atlanta's most
exciting start-ups in recent years. Its initial focus on Open Source
application server and then technologies like ESB, Drools, jBPM, Seam,
Weld, Richfaces, GateIn, etc have helped to shape the Java industry
* Sun (http://www.sun.com), now part of Oracle and the folks who started the Java movement
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