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International SOA & Cloud Symposium October 5-6 2010, Berliner Congress Center, Berlin Germany
For the first time in Germany! With 100 speaker sessions across 17 tracks, the 3rd International SOA and Cloud Symposium will feature the top experts from around the world. There will also be a series of SOASchool.com post-conference certification workshops running from October 7-13, 2010, including (for the first time in Europe) the Certified Cloud Computing Specialist Workshop.
The New Agenda for 2010... ...is now online and already contains internationally recognized speakers from companies such as Microsoft, HP, IBM, Oracle, SAP, Amazon, Forrester, McKinsey & Company, Red Hat, TIBCO, Layer7, SOA Systems, CGI, Ordina, Logica, Booz Allen Hamilton, as well as organizations such as The SOA Innovation Lab, BIAN, the US Department of Defense, and many more. International experts including Thomas Erl, Dirk Krafzig, Stefan Tilkov, Clemens Utschig, Helge Buckow, Mark Little, Matt Wood, Brian Loesgen, John deVadoss, Nicolai Josuttis, Tony Shan, Paul C. Brown, Satadru Roy and many more.
For further information, see www.soasymposium.com/agenda2010.php
To register, visit at www.soasymposium.com or www.cloudsymposium.com
The event to bring your customers to
The Microsoft patterns & practices Symposium is the event for software developers and architects to have engaging and meaningful discussions with the people creating the technologies and guidance aimed at addressing their scenarios.
This 5-day event provides an environment to learn about and discuss a broad range of Microsoft development technologies and the opportunity to drill into the details with p&p and product team members and industry experts.
Registration for the five day Symposium is $699 for Microsoft employees, but if 5 of your customers name you as a reference when they register, you can join them for free. The sooner they register, the better price they get. They can save $300 per person if they register before August 31st. Space is limited so don’t delay. Contact Don (dons) for more information.
Learn more about the Symposium on the web at patterns & practices Symposium