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The 6th Annual Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference has become the Mid-Atlantic's go to conference for developers, architects, and IT executives. Subjects as expansive and intricate as emerging technology and Open Source require a dynamic forum. This conference provides just that, with industry experts providing up-to-the-minute insight.
ETE 2011 brings together pioneers across the spectrum to discuss the principles, practices, and products that are transforming IT's ability to drive the success of the enterprise.
co-author of Extreme Programming Installed
Principal Software Engineer, JBoss
JRuby Core Team Member
Co-Author of the Agile Manifesto
co-Author Spring Roo in Action
author of Tapworthy: Designing iPhone Interfaces for Delight and Usability
Developer Relations, Opera Software
System Administrator at Google
David A. Black
Registration includes entry to two-days of sessions, breakfast and lunch, and happy hour party on 4/27.
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Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise will be the centerpiece for the first ever Philly Tech Week. Philly ETE has been a gathering place for our region's vibrant tech community, but now there will be a larger showcase for the many other groups in our area.www.phillytechweek.com
April 27th 5:30-7:30 pm
April 27th 7:00-8:30 pm
Chariot Solutions staff members were continually headed West to attend leading application development conferences. After several years of this travel and realizing, not everyone could travel to these events, Chariot's team decided to create an East Coast conference highlighting the trends and changes in application development.
And so, the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference was born.
Besides the original mission to construct an event that brought in the best and brightest speakers and ideas to Philadelphia, Philly ETE had two other goals. The other parts of the mission and vision consisted of showcasing the vibrant technology scene in the Philadelphia area and to bring the community together.
Last year, over 450 attendees participated in close to 50 talks with more than 60 speakers. It was a diverse mix of topics all aimed to help our region learn from the leaders in the field. ETE 2011 will not disappoint.
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