Call For Speakers For The Conference On Java Technology Closes Tomorrow invites submissions for the Conference On Java Technology 2007 to be held on 26th and 27th October 2007 at the Symbiosis Infotech Campus, Hinjewadi IT Park, Pune, India. The conference is the premier independent conference on Java technology in Asia and is the place to be, to learn the latest in the Java world while meeting with like-minded individuals from across the industry. You can find details of last year’s conference at

IndicThreads welcomes submissions from delegates across fields, geographic locations and areas of development. Topics of interest include new and groundbreaking technologies and emerging trends, successful practices and real world learnings. Topics appropriate for submission to this conference may include but are not restricted to the below.

  1. Changes In the Java language
  2. Java SE, Java EE and Java ME
  3. Open Source frameworks like Spring, Wicket and Rails
  4. SOA Techniques and Practices
  5. Ajax and Web 2.0 Toolkits and Frameworks
  6. Scripting languages for Java like JRuby, Groovy, Rhino, JavaFX.
  7. Java Security
  8. Agile Techniques, Extreme Programing, Test Driven Development
  9. Optimization and Performance tuning
  10. New and emerging technologies
  11. Case Studies and Real World Experiences

Submission – Submissions will be accepted only through the form on the website and not through emails. Please complete the entire form including the two session proposals. All sessions will be between 50-90 minutes. One / Both of your proposals might be accepted.

Call for speakers closes on the 21st of July 2007. Please note that marketing-oriented submissions aimed at promoting specific organizations or products will not be accepted.

For details, information on speaker expenses covered by the conference and to submit your proposal please visit –

Write to [ conf AT rightrix DOT com ] in case of any other queries.

Important Dates

  1. Submission deadline 21st July 2007
  2. Conference Dates 26 and 27 October, 2007

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