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Sun Tech Days Series Begins
Theme: Web Services and Beyond
October 22, 2001,
Volume 44, Issue 4

Sun Tech Days provides professional developers, programmers, web developers, content providers, service providers, and system integrators with the technology, training, and tools necessary for developing competitive applications for the Internet, intranet and enterprise environments. Platinum partners are BEA and Oracle, and gold partners are iPlanetTM, Nokia, and WebGain. Other sponsors demonstrating their latest technologies during Tech Days are ATG, Borland, IONA, Nokia, Nuance, SilverStream, Software AG, and WebGain.

The seminars are designed for developers worldwide to learn about the most current software concepts available and discuss strategies for creating applications using Sun technologies including JavaTM technology, JiniTM technology, SolarisTM Operating Environment (Solaris OE), the SunTM Open Net Environment architecture, ebXML, ForteTM tools and JavaServer PagesTM (JSPTM) Framework. In addition, Sun has expanded its number of code camps by four and technical sessions by eight to enable developers to experience the how-to of building open web services.

This year's Tech Days series, entitled "Web Services and Beyond," begin in Warsaw, Poland, on October 29 and will conclude on May 7, 2002 in Singapore. James Gosling, vice president and Sun Fellow and best known as the father of Java, is a featured speaker at many of the seminars. Other keynoters are world-renowned Sun technology evangelists and industry leaders who will discuss emerging computer technology industry trends. They include Doug Kaewert, Vice President, Sun Developer Network, Stans Kleijnen, Vice President, Sun Developer Network Engineering and Peter Young, Vice President, Forte Tools.

For registration and pricing information in each city, visit the Sun web site. http://sun.com/developers/techdays

Sun Technology Days Schedule (2001 - 2002):

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