After having successfully presented the first two editions of Eclipse Forum India, 2007 and 2008, sda-india.com announces to stage this world-class conference for the third consecutive year in India.
Eclipse Forum India 2009 is a conference for all experts using Eclipse as a strategic platform – either as a development environment or as runtime environment for Rich Clients or as a server framework. With the most distinguished speakers pouring in from America, Europe and rest of the world, Eclipse Forum India 2009 vows to provide the highly skilled Indian audience a chance to meet and gather cutting-edge content guaranteed to bestow fresh impetus at work.
The conference program focuses on all aspects of the Eclipse platform and draws participation of the most important companies working on the platform. More than 30 best practice Sessions and full/half day Power Workshops will unveil the secret on how to increase your productivity dramatically and save cost, and how to enhance the quality of your software applications.
Eclipse Forum India 2009 will take place in parallel to JAX India 2009. The two conferences together will also cover other non-Eclipse topics including Java, Enterprise Architectures, SOA, Agile, Ruby on Rails, RIA, and much more. Participants have unlimited access to both the conference as well as to the joint expo that will feature several exhibitor products and services from the most important companies on site.
Whether you are a decision maker evaluating the use of Eclipse, an IT business looking for partners and networking opportunities, or a working professional looking to stay on the cutting-edge of technology, this is one conference you don't want to miss.
So be at the NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore, India from the 6th till the 10th of April and witness this groundbreaking conference first hand.
Information on the conference is available at: www.eclipseforumindia.com
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