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With Impact 2011 less than three weeks away, thousands of IT and business leaders are preparing to get the latest on SOA, BPM, cloud computing, and ... well, you tell us! This year's conference, which comes to Las Vegas on 10 - 15 April, is all about helping IT and business find ways to work smarter together. More than 500 educational sessions will explore seven different themes, including a robust Cloud Computing track and a major announcement on the BPM front.
And at the new one-day WebSphere Unconference, developers and tech professionals like you determine what's on the agenda. Submit ideas and vote on the topics that you want to discuss in this highly interactive event. Whether you're presenting, speaking on a panel, asking questions, or something else -- your participation is essential.
But you can't participate if you aren't registered -- the good news is it's not too late! So stop by our registration page (which now includes a two-day pass), if you haven't done so already.
See you there!
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Mobile cloud computing: Devices, trends, issues, and the enabling technologies (Cloud computing)
- OpenJPA caching with WebSphere eXtreme Scale, Informix, and DB2: Caching POJOs with hellojpa (Information Management)
- Debugging from dumps: Diagnose more than memory leaks with Memory Analyzer (Java technology)
- Produce more accurate domain models by using OCL constraints (Rational)
- Take a look at the Lift web application framework (Web development)