JCertif 2011 the biggest Java Community Event in Central Africa ! Save the dates : 31 Aug-4 Sept 2011

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JCertif 2011 the biggest Java Community Event in Central Africa ! Save the dates : 31 Aug-4 Sept 2011

Time: August 31, 2011 to September 4, 2011
Location: Brazzaville, Congo
City/Town: Brazzaville
Website or Map: http://tinyurl.com/2847pp8 ht…
Event Type: java, community, conference
Organized By: Max Bonbhel
Latest Activity: Aug 25, 2011

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Hi All,

As some of you already know. The next edition of JCertif is coming.
This year again the JCertif Conference will bring together developers from across Africa to learn, collaborate, and inspire each other.
This year, we're happy to announce 3 days of Java and Android training and 2 days of great talk, focusing on key areas where Java and open source are driving innovation: Java, Android, HTML5, JavaFX and JavaME.

If you feel like living a bit of an adventure, get acquainted with a different culture and meet great people, during an event other than the “classic” ones, then this is for you!
JCertif 2011 will take place in Brazzaville, Congo :
- JCertif Conference (2 days) : September 3-4, 2011
- JCertif University (3 days) : August 31 to September 2, 2011

We’re expecting 800+ attendees, based upon our previous events and several hundred people who are already registered.
Still hesitating to join JCertif 2011 ? There are a few names of great confirmed and to be confirmed speakers :

 - Arun Gupta (Oracle). Yes! Arun will be the keynote speaker !
 - Bruno Kinoshita (SysMap - Brazil)
 - Douglas Mbiandou (Objis France)
 - Horacio Lassey-Assiakoley (Atlantique Telecom TogoJUG)
 - Michael Heinrichs (Oracle, Prague)
 - Mike Levin (Cambridgeweb, OrlandoJUG)
 - Roger Brinkley (Oracle)
 - Van Reper (Google)
 - ...
 - ...
 - And more....http://www.jcertif.com !!

The final list of speakers will be published in few weeks !!

BTW :  The Congolese beer is KITOKO ! Mike Levin and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine should agree with me :)
http://blogs.oracle.com/alexismp/entry/back_from_brazza or http://www.jroller.com/sandymountster/

There are links that can help you to know more :

Photos from JCertif 2010:
JCertif 2010 University : https://picasaweb.google.com/bonbhel/JCertifUniversity2010
JCertif 2010 Conference : https://picasaweb.google.com/bonbhel/JCertif2010

Here is the website where you can get more info about call for papers:
PS : We're still looking for one more speaker for HTML5 (contact us : info@jcertif.com).


Hope to see you in Brazzaville !


Max Bonbhel - http://www.bonbhel.com/
Congo JUG Leader - http://www.congojug.com/
JCertif Founder and Manager - http://www.jcertif.com
JUG-AFRICA President - http://java.net/projects/jug-africa/pages/Home
Java.net Blogger : http://weblogs.java.net/blog/bonbhel/
Ora*Gec member (http://www.oragec.org/)
LinkedIn : http://ca.linkedin.com/in/bonbhel
Twitter : http://twitter.com/bonbhel

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