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Top software brains to assemble at the IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2006, Pune, India
Registrations To Attend The First Such Independent Conference In India Now Being Accepted

Pune, India - October 30, 2006 - For immediate release
Rightrix Solutions and IndicThreads.com have released the list of topics and speakers for the annual IndicThreads.com Conference On Java Technology 2006. The conference to be held at the five-star Pride Hotel in Pune, India will look at the latest technologies that are buzzing in the Java world. It features some of the best international and national experts on the various subjects in Java technology. All speakers are renowned book authors, product managers and technology evangelists. The theme for this year's conference is "Collaborate & Create". The current speaker list includes -

Speaker Name
Organization Session Title
Atul Kahate i-flex, India Enterprise Java Security Dos and Donts
Debu Panda Oracle USA EJB 3.0 In Action
Dibya Prakash Reevik, India Migration Trick - J2EE to Ruby on Rails
Dileep Dharma Consultant, India Java Test Driven Development
Floyd Marinescu InfoQ, Canada Enterprise Java Trends and the Future Perspectives
Gavin King JBoss, Australia Building JSF and EJB3 applications using the Seam framework
Harshad Oak Rightrix, India Groovy Scripting And Grails Web Development
Janak Mulani Canoo, Switzerland Rich Internet Applications and AJAX
Kishore Kumar US Technology, India Using Apache Geronimo for real world J2EE applications
Raghu Kodali Oracle, USA Integrating BPEL, Human Workflow and Business Rules in Java EE
Ramesh Loganathan Pramati, India Synergies between J2EE, SOA and Web2.0

Harshad Oak, Director-Media at Rightrix Solutions and the author of several international books and articles on Java technology says that "India has been at the forefront of the software industry and thousands of talented Indians are working on Java in its various forms. India however has been more of a follower in the Java space rather than a leader or innovator. At the IndicThreads conference we hope to initiate a change. The conference is an attempt to get the best Java brains in the country talking abut Java and taking not just Java development but Indian IT in exciting new directions."

Sangeeta Oak, Director-Research at Rightrix Solutions adds "With all the documentation, tight deadlines and endless hours that software developers put into their day jobs, they never get a chance to think about what's new and clicking in the technology world. The conference brings to the huge pool of software architects and developers in India the opportunity to explore what got them into the profession in the first place - exciting technology."

The conference brings 2 days of discussions, brain storming and debates on Java technology. Delegates can not only learn from the experts who are coming to the conference from across the globe, but could also discuss with peers, talk to enthusiasts, feel the buzz and take IT in exciting new directions. With a focus on vendor-neutral content and learning, the IndicThreads conference is the event to be at for all Java software developers in India. Registrations now open on the conference website.

Venue- Hotel Pride, Pune Dates- 1st and 2nd December 2006 Web - http://conference.indicthreads.com/

About Rightrix Solutions - Rightrix Solutions was founded in 2003. It runs the popular trio of technology content sites - IndicThreads.com, QThreads.com and PythonThreads.com. Rightrix also conducts research on cutting edge software technology, which helps companies make informed IT decisions.

Contact - Harshad Oak +91-20-32907882 harshad @ rightrix.com

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