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Registration Open for South Florida Software Symposium 2007

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We are happy to announce the South Florida Software Symposium 2007.

South Florida Software Symposium
May 18 - 20, 2007

Hotel Intercontinental Miami West
2505 Northwest 87th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33172

The NFJS Symposium Tour is coming to South Florida on May 18 - 20,
2007. Get ready to have three intensive days of learning and

The No Fluff Just Stuff Software Symposium Series is designed to cover
the latest in trends, best practices, and newest developments in
Enterprise Java, Java/Groovy, ESB/SOA, Ajax, Web Services, Agility,
and Architecture.

SFSS 2007 will offer four concurrent sessions for you to choose from.
The hot topics covered at SFSS 2007 include:

* Groovy/Grails
* Spring 2.0
* Domain Driven Design
* Annotations
* Java 6.0
* Google Web Toolkit
* JRuby
* Seam
* Enterprise Ajax
* JPA and many more!

We have another great set of speakers lined up for you to enjoy

* Venkat Subramaniam, co-author "Practices of an Agile Developer"
* Neal Ford, author "Art of Java Web Development"
* Ted Neward, author of "Effective Enterprise Java"
* David Hussman, Agility Expert
* Ben Hale, Sr. Consultant with Interface 21
* Greg Murray, Ajax Architect w/Sun.

Great Swag in 2007 - all attendees receive a new 2007 NFJS laptop bag
& custom binder.

Excellent Giveaways - Sony E-reader, Sony Playstation 3 and Apple
Best Regards,

Maudrit Martinez
Miami Java Users Group Leader
mmartinez [at] miamijug [dot] org

"A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing
left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away" ~Antoine de

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