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News: Register for TSSJS 2006 early, be entered to win a MacBook Pro

  1. TheServerSide.com Java Symposium brings the best and brightest of the Java community to Las Vegas. Accurate, in-depth and forward-thinking sessions are presented by the industry’s renowned experts:
    • Analyze current trends: Bruce Tate, author of Better, Faster, Lighter Java and the Spring Developer’s Notebook, presents Beyond Java: Technologies to Watch.
    • Look beyond the every day patterns: Gregor Hohpe, co-author of Enterprise Integration Patterns, will discuss the expressiveness of programming languages in Friday’s keynote presentation, Where Did All the Beautiful Code Go?
    • Delve in deeper: Linda DeMichiel and Mike Keith, co-spec leads of the EJB 3.0 Expert Group, offer an insider’s perspective on recent advances in Java Persistence.
    • Get a glimpse into the future: Gavin King, founder of the Hibernate project, and co-author of Hibernate in Action, presents Introduction to Seam, an innovative new application framework that integrates the EJB 3.0 component model with JSF as a presentation tier.
    Join these, and thirty more of the most-sought after speakers in the Java community at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. See the full schedule At a Glance.

    If that’s not enough to convince you that TSSJS is the best 3-day investment of your career, consider this: Anyone who registers before February 24 will be entered into a raffle to win a 1.83GHz Apple MacBook Pro!

    Don’t miss out: Be a part of the community that is defining the future of enterprise Java. Register today for TheServerSide.com Java Symposium.

    Threaded Messages (12)

  2. 1.83GHz or 1.83MHz ??[ Go to top ]

    In the main site, it is mentioned as 1.83MHz . might be a typo!!
  3. 1.83GHz or 1.83MHz ??[ Go to top ]

    Flashback of my days hotrodding Commodore 64s, I think. It's been fixed. :)
  4. Is there going to be a speaker draw too? Writing all of this open source software has left some of us poor and severely lacking in the Mac department. ;-)

    Cheers,
    Clinton
  5. Spam[ Go to top ]

    This is rss feed spam. You want to promote your conference, put an add on the site and blog it on your personal blog. I've already seen this like 7 times on bloglines.
  6. Spam?[ Go to top ]

    So the addition of a MacBook Pro has no interest for you? I thought it'd be a nice addition to the conference, myself.
  7. wow! that's newsworthy[ Go to top ]

    This site has become so weak. There used to be a time when it carried worthwhile content instead of editorialized bunk and ads.

    Able fork restarted cialis! Can I get a free toaster!
  8. wow! that's newsworthy[ Go to top ]

    This site has become so weak. There used to be a time when it carried worthwhile content instead of editorialized bunk and ads. Able fork restarted cialis! Can I get a free toaster!

    Firstly, it's not so easy to keep things interesting.
    Secondly, if you're not happy go elsewhere ... your response is of no real interest.
    Thirdly, what's keeping you from submitting something interesting?

    Finally long live Microsoft and .NET, at least those groupees are more positive attitude!
  9. wow! that's newsworthy[ Go to top ]

    TSS Show IMO is one of the best, if not the best.
    You can just read the blogs of attendes on sessions.
    Where would you go as an alternative to hear iBatis, etc, sessions listed?

    .NET, at least those groupees are more positive attitude!

    I might have to start agreeing w/ that.

    .V
  10. wow! that's newsworthy[ Go to top ]

    Finally long live Microsoft and .NET, at least those groupees are more positive attitude!

    Positive attitude? What choice do they have? In my opinion, they don't have a positive attitude, they have no attitude at all. I mean, look at the "positively" bland TSS.NET.

    http://www.theserverside.net

    Yay, one front page post has all of two comments regarding a book excerpt. Or maybe TSS.NET is unpopular and we should look at asp.net instead, where the most popular forum is "ARRRGH! SAVE ME!?" and the most popular question is "WTF is a 'GAC'?"[1]

    Seriously, I'll take the progressive, self critical and interesting Java community over the .NET yawn any day.

    I think the most exciting thing I ever hear from the .NET community is:

    "Oh boy! I wonder what Microsoft will release from the ivory tower today?"

    Cheers, ;-)
    Clinton

    [1] Other than a sound I make every time I open Visual Studio.
  11. Yeah![ Go to top ]

    What's with all the negativity? I guess that just leaves me with a better chance at winning! I registered a week or two ago...

    Put me at the top of the list!
  12. Dear TSS organizers:

    TSS conference is a good conference to attend. There aren't too many good conferences anymore anyways..

    The only reason I am not attending it this year, is the location.

    I wish TSS would consider an alternate location -> san diego, or san francisco.
  13. TheServerSide.com Java Symposium brings the best and brightest of the Java community to Las Vegas. Accurate, in-depth and forward-thinking sessions are presented by the industry’s renowned experts:
    • Analyze current trends: Bruce Tate, author of Better, Faster, Lighter Java and the Spring Developer’s Notebook, presents Beyond Java: Technologies to Watch.
    • Look beyond the every day patterns: Gregor Hohpe, co-author of Enterprise Integration Patterns, will discuss the expressiveness of programming languages in Friday’s keynote presentation, Where Did All the Beautiful Code Go?
    • Delve in deeper: Linda DeMichiel and Mike Keith, co-spec leads of the EJB 3.0 Expert Group, offer an insider’s perspective on recent advances in Java Persistence.
    • Get a glimpse into the future: Gavin King, founder of the Hibernate project, and co-author of Hibernate in Action, presents Introduction to Seam, an innovative new application framework that integrates the EJB 3.0 component model with JSF as a presentation tier.
    Join these, and thirty more of the most-sought after speakers in the Java community at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. See the full schedule At a Glance. If that’s not enough to convince you that TSSJS is the best 3-day investment of your career, consider this: Anyone who registers before February 24 will be entered into a raffle to win a 1.83GHz Apple MacBook Pro! Don’t miss out: Be a part of the community that is defining the future of enterprise Java. Register today for TheServerSide.com Java Symposium.
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