EclipseWorld will be held in the Washington, D.C. area again this year, at the Hyatt Regency Reston hotel in Reston, Virginia. It's at the end of this month, October 28-30.

Register for EclipseWorld.

The theme this year brings it all into focus: "Java for the real world." This is all about how to actually become a better Java developer, not explore theories or look at ethereal tools that might exist someday. This is real, in the trenches, "how to get your job done" stuff.

Early bird specials for EclipseWorld knock off some of the registration cost, but if you use the discount code "GENUITEC" when registering, you'll save an extra $500 off the early-bird cost. Maybe that'll help convince your boss to give the go-ahead.

Genuitec (the MyEclipse and Pulse manufacturer) is giving a series of training talks that are included with the registration of a full access pass, so they're able to share the discount with the public, no strings attached. They're even paying to offset the carbon emissions of attendees to keep the world a bit greener. Hope you can make it!

Register now, a don't forget to use the code to get your discount!