Since 2006, IndicThreads’ Conferences have been delivering world class content on technologies like Java, Cloud Computing, Mobile & Software Quality. IndicThreads is excited to bring the same world class, vendor-neutral technology learning to India’s capital city, Delhi. IndicThreads Delhi will be held on 13 – 14 July.
Delhi 2012 sessions cover a vast array of critical & emerging software development technologies like JavaEE 7, Hadoop, JAX-RS, NoSQL, Redis, PhoneGap, jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, BDD Cucumber, HTML5, BPM, SOA, GPars, Groovy, Node.js, SaaS Architecture, Machine Learning, Akka, Nutch & more…
JavaEE , Cloud & Mobile topics have been a regular at IndicThreads’ conferences in recent years. However a recent addition based on great interest from the software developer community are the topics around Big Data & NoSQL. The advanced topics around mobile software & JVM languages like Groovy & Scala also highlight the maturing and greater adoption of these technologies.
Speakers at the conference include distinguished subject experts like Rocky Jaiswal, Punam Dahiya, Matjaz Juric, Arun Gupta, Kushal Likhi, Salil Kalia, Prajila V K, Dhanya P, Deepak Mittal, Ravindra Rawat, Gagan Agrawal, Angsuman Chakraborty, Narinder Kumar, Vikas Hazrati and Harshad Oak from companies like McKinsey, Infosys, Oracle, Xebia, Intelligrape, Taragana and others.
IndicThreads invites software development professionals to evaluate the sessions at the conference and register for the conference at http://Delhi12.IndicThreads.com/ to avail of the current discounted rates. Send any queries & comments to email@example.com
IndicThreads.com Conference On Software Development
13-14 July 2012, Delhi, India
* Internet Of Things (IoT), Cloud, Big Data, Java… at
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