[ajug-members] Registration is closing
vincent at xaymaca.com
Fri Mar 5 15:49:59 EST 2010
If anyone has a spare ticket. let me know. Did not get the approval
for my team to fly in but I still want to attend myself.
On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 8:59 AM, Ramesh Chandra
<ramesh_chandra_k at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Burr
> 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 ASAP.
> 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 organization.
> * 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 event
> * 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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