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    Mobile Web App Developer Contest at MODS 2010
    Contest Winners will Demo their Apps on the MODS Stage Mobile has become a hotebed for innovation. As the ecosystem pushes the pedal to transition to a mobile-centric computing world, developers find a greater need to distribute their products and services via mobile platforms, whether they are pursuing projects on behalf of their companies or innovating on their own. Saltmarch Media has announced the App Pitch contest in support of new ideas emanating from the Indian mobile developer ecosystem. App Pitch offers you a chance at glory, fame and the potential to meet the people that can take your app to the next level. The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2010. The 'App Pitch' contest will culminate at Mobile Developer Summit 2010 to be held at the Nimhans Convention Center, Bangalore, India, on 10 November 2010. How to Apply? Post a one paragraph pitch for your app, and the link to your app’s web site and your Twitter page. The app must be live in a mobile app store and be available for download. Submit your pitch here: www.mobiledevelopersummit.com/contest.html 25 pitches will be shortlisted from amongst the submissions and announced from mobiledevelopersummit.com on Friday, October 22 2010. The top 6 applicants will receive full event passes to Mobile Developer Summit 2010 and have the unique opportunity to pitch their app in front of 1000+ developers, tech industry executives and investors. For more details, visit www.mobiledevelopersummit.com/contest.html A Saltmarch Media E: info@saltmarch.com Ph: +91 80 4005 1000
    Link to this post 18 Sep 10

    Contest Winners will Demo their Apps on the MODS Stage

    Mobile has become a hotebed for innovation. As the ecosystem pushes the pedal to transition to a mobile-centric computing world, developers find a greater need to distribute their products and services via mobile platforms, whether they are pursuing projects on behalf of their companies or innovating on their own. Saltmarch Media has announced the App Pitch contest in support of new ideas emanating from the Indian mobile developer ecosystem. App Pitch offers you a chance at glory, fame and the potential to meet the people that can take your app to the next level.

    The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2010. The 'App Pitch' contest will culminate at Mobile Developer Summit 2010 to be held at the Nimhans Convention Center, Bangalore, India, on 10 November 2010.

    How to Apply?

    Post a one paragraph pitch for your app, and the link to your app’s web site and your Twitter page. The app must be live in a mobile app store and be available for download. Submit your pitch here: www.mobiledevelopersummit.com/contest.html

    25 pitches will be shortlisted from amongst the submissions and announced from mobiledevelopersummit.com on Friday, October 22 2010. The top 6 applicants will receive full event passes to Mobile Developer Summit 2010 and have the unique opportunity to pitch their app in front of 1000+ developers, tech industry executives and investors. For more details, visit www.mobiledevelopersummit.com/contest.html

    A Saltmarch Media
    E: info@saltmarch.com
    Ph: +91 80 4005 1000

  • satpal
    Rich Web Technologies Take Center Stage at GIDS
    Ajax, Lizard Brain Web Design, JSF, Struts, JavaScript, Mobile Web, Flash, jQuery, GWT, Harmony at India’s No.1 Software Developer Conference Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 – India's Biggest Polyglot Conference and Workshops for IT Software Professionals Bangalore, April 9, 2010: The GIDS.Web Conference and Workshops has announced the complete program of over 30 sessions on how browser and rich web technologies such as AJAX, DHTML, Mashups, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 technologies, and Rich UI technologies are making money and gaining market-share for some of the leading businesses in the world. The GIDS.Web track at Great Indian Developer Summit takes place 21 and 23 April 2010, at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. As one of the longest running independent developer conferences in India, GIDS.Web at the Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 is uniquely positioned to provide a blend of practical, pragmatic and immediately applicable knowledge and a glimpse of the future of technology. During 21 and 23 April 2010, GIDS.Web offers a multi-track conference, workshops, expo show floor, and networking opportunities. The first keynote at GIDS.Web is led by the leading Java EE and Ajax developer, speaker, and author Marty Hall. The best of India's Java and RIA programmers have learnt the subject from Marty's seminal books Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (first and second editions), More Servlets and JavaServer Pages, and Core Web Programming (first and second editions) from Prentice Hall and Sun Microsystems Press. Marty's keynote address is a comparison of approaches to building rich Internet applications with Ajax. Marty says Ajax development is difficult, and there are several fundamentally different strategies to building Ajaxified Web applications. The keynote address will survey the three most important of these approaches: using an Ajax-enabled JavaScript library such as jQuery, Prototype, Scriptaculous, Dojo, or Ext/JS; using a Web framework such as JSF 2.0 or Struts 2 that has integrated Ajax support; using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to build "pure Java" Ajax applications. The talk will compare and contrast these three approaches, discussing the types of applications that fit best for each option. Over the course of the summit Marty will conduct several more sessions on "Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: A Comparison of the Most Popular JavaScript Libraries", "Pure Java Ajax: An Overview of GWT 2.0", "Integrated Ajax Support in JSF 2.0" and "Ajax Support in the Prototype JavaScript Library". The second keynote by the head of Adobe's Flash initiative in India, Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan, explores the state of art in web application development and identify trends that could transform the way we create and use web applications. The talk explains how the Adobe Flash Platform has fuelled this revolution with an integrated set of technologies for delivering the most compelling applications, content and video to the widest possible audience. The Director of Forum Nokia will explain how cloud computing coupled with mobile applications enable consumers to have access to powerful services and improved user experiences never before thought possible. IEEE's 2010 President-Elect Sorel Reisman's afternoon address steps to improve the IT profession in India. Featured talks at GID.Web also include: * Web 2.0 Checklist - Deconstructing Modern Websites, Scott Davis * Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: Comparison of Popular JavaScript Libraries, Marty Hall * Lizard Brain Web Design, Scott Davis * Effective Design Processes and Resources for Mobile Web Development, Arabella David * NoSQL: The Shift to a Non-relational World, Nosh Petigara * Open Source Web Debugging Tools, Matthew McCullough * Building Line of Business Applications with Silverlight 4.0, Stephen Forte * Hadoop - Divide and Conquer, Matthew McCullough * Adobe Flash Catalyst for Agile Interaction Design, Harish Sivaramakrishnan * Using jQuery and AJAX to Build Front-ends for ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC, Pandurang Nayak * First Steps to IT Heaven Through the Cloud. Part II: .WEB, Simone Brunozzi * Building Rich Internet Applications with SL RIA Web Services, Pandurang Nayak * Enriching Cloud Applications with Adobe Flash Platform, Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan * Payments for the Web.future, Khurram Khan and Praveen Alavilli * Longevity of Scalable Systems, Nishad Kamat * Transform yourself into a Mobile App Developer Using Web Run Time, Balagopal K S * Developing Multi Screen Applications on Adobe Flash Platform, Hemanth Sharma * Why Harmony and For Whom?, Himanshu Goyal * IIS Hosting Solution for ASP.net and PHP Web Sites, Nahas Mohammed * Building Pluggable Web applications using Django, Lakshman Prasad * Workshop: The 180-min AJAX and JSON Spike Class, Scott Davis * Workshop: Essence of Functional Programming, Venkat Subramaniam * Workshop: Agile Development, Tools, and Teams and Scrum Certification, Stephen Forte * Workshop: PHP + Adobe Flex = Killer RIA, Shyamprasad P * Workshop: Cloud Computing Boot Camp on the Google App Engine, Matthew McCullough * Workshop: Building Data Centric Applications using Adobe Flex and Java, Prashant Singh * Workshop: Building Your First Amazon App, Simone Brunozzi * Workshop: Windows Azure Deep Dive, Ramaprasanna Chellamuthu * Workshop: Monetizing your Apps with PayPal X Payments Platform, Khurram Khan, Praveen Alavilli * Workshop: User Expereince Evaluation Model Walkthrough, Sanna Häiväläinen Sponsors of Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 include: Platinum sponsors Microsoft, Oracle Forum Nokia and Adobe; Gold sponsors Intel and SAP; Silver sponsors Quest Software, PayPal, Telerik and AMT. About Great Indian Developer Summit Great Indian Developer Summit is the gold standard for India's software developer ecosystem for gaining exposure to and evaluating new projects, tools, services, platforms, languages, software and standards. Packed with premium knowledge, action plans and advise from been-there-done-it veterans, creators, and visionaries, the 2010 edition of Great Indian Developer Summit features focused sessions, case studies, workshops and power panels that will transform you into a force to reckon with. Featuring 3 co-located conferences: GIDS.NET, GIDS.Web, GIDS.Java and an exclusive day of in-depth tutorials - GIDS.Workshops, from 20 April to 24 April at the IISc campus in Bangalore. At GIDS you'll participate in hundreds of sessions encompassing the full range of Microsoft computing, Java, Agile, RIA, Rich Web, open source/standards, languages, frameworks and platforms, practical tutorials that deep dive into technical skill and best practices, inspirational keynote presentations, an Expo Hall featuring dozens of the latest projects and products activities, engaging networking events, and the interact with the best and brightest of speakers from around the world. For further information on GIDS 2010, please visit the summit on the web http://www.developersummit.com/ A Saltmarch Media Press Release E: info@saltmarch.com Ph: +91 80 4005 1000
    Link to this post 13 Apr 10

    Ajax, Lizard Brain Web Design, JSF, Struts, JavaScript, Mobile Web, Flash, jQuery, GWT, Harmony at India’s No.1 Software Developer Conference
    Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 – India's Biggest Polyglot Conference and Workshops for IT Software Professionals

    Bangalore, April 9, 2010: The GIDS.Web Conference and Workshops has announced the complete program of over 30 sessions on how browser and rich web technologies such as AJAX, DHTML, Mashups, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 technologies, and Rich UI technologies are making money and gaining market-share for some of the leading businesses in the world. The GIDS.Web track at Great Indian Developer Summit takes place 21 and 23 April 2010, at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore.

    As one of the longest running independent developer conferences in India, GIDS.Web at the Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 is uniquely positioned to provide a blend of practical, pragmatic and immediately applicable knowledge and a glimpse of the future of technology. During 21 and 23 April 2010, GIDS.Web offers a multi-track conference, workshops, expo show floor, and networking opportunities.

    The first keynote at GIDS.Web is led by the leading Java EE and Ajax developer, speaker, and author Marty Hall. The best of India's Java and RIA programmers have learnt the subject from Marty's seminal books Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (first and second editions), More Servlets and JavaServer Pages, and Core Web Programming (first and second editions) from Prentice Hall and Sun Microsystems Press. Marty's keynote address is a comparison of approaches to building rich Internet applications with Ajax.
    Marty says Ajax development is difficult, and there are several fundamentally different strategies to building Ajaxified Web applications. The keynote address will survey the three most important of these approaches: using an Ajax-enabled JavaScript library such as jQuery, Prototype, Scriptaculous, Dojo, or Ext/JS; using a Web framework such as JSF 2.0 or Struts 2 that has integrated Ajax support; using the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to build "pure Java" Ajax applications. The talk will compare and contrast these three approaches, discussing the types of applications that fit best for each option.

    Over the course of the summit Marty will conduct several more sessions on "Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: A Comparison of the Most Popular JavaScript Libraries", "Pure Java Ajax: An Overview of GWT 2.0", "Integrated Ajax Support in JSF 2.0" and "Ajax Support in the Prototype JavaScript Library".

    The second keynote by the head of Adobe's Flash initiative in India, Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan, explores the state of art in web application development and identify trends that could transform the way we create and use web applications. The talk explains how the Adobe Flash Platform has fuelled this revolution with an integrated set of technologies for delivering the most compelling applications, content and video to the widest possible audience. The Director of Forum Nokia will explain how cloud computing coupled with mobile applications enable consumers to have access to powerful services and improved user experiences never before thought possible. IEEE's 2010 President-Elect Sorel Reisman's afternoon address steps to improve the IT profession in India.

    Featured talks at GID.Web also include:

    * Web 2.0 Checklist - Deconstructing Modern Websites, Scott Davis
    * Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: Comparison of Popular JavaScript Libraries, Marty Hall
    * Lizard Brain Web Design, Scott Davis
    * Effective Design Processes and Resources for Mobile Web Development, Arabella David
    * NoSQL: The Shift to a Non-relational World, Nosh Petigara
    * Open Source Web Debugging Tools, Matthew McCullough
    * Building Line of Business Applications with Silverlight 4.0, Stephen Forte
    * Hadoop - Divide and Conquer, Matthew McCullough
    * Adobe Flash Catalyst for Agile Interaction Design, Harish Sivaramakrishnan
    * Using jQuery and AJAX to Build Front-ends for ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC, Pandurang Nayak
    * First Steps to IT Heaven Through the Cloud. Part II: .WEB, Simone Brunozzi
    * Building Rich Internet Applications with SL RIA Web Services, Pandurang Nayak
    * Enriching Cloud Applications with Adobe Flash Platform, Ramesh Srinivasaraghavan
    * Payments for the Web.future, Khurram Khan and Praveen Alavilli
    * Longevity of Scalable Systems, Nishad Kamat
    * Transform yourself into a Mobile App Developer Using Web Run Time, Balagopal K S
    * Developing Multi Screen Applications on Adobe Flash Platform, Hemanth Sharma
    * Why Harmony and For Whom?, Himanshu Goyal
    * IIS Hosting Solution for ASP.net and PHP Web Sites, Nahas Mohammed
    * Building Pluggable Web applications using Django, Lakshman Prasad
    * Workshop: The 180-min AJAX and JSON Spike Class, Scott Davis
    * Workshop: Essence of Functional Programming, Venkat Subramaniam
    * Workshop: Agile Development, Tools, and Teams and Scrum Certification, Stephen Forte
    * Workshop: PHP + Adobe Flex = Killer RIA, Shyamprasad P
    * Workshop: Cloud Computing Boot Camp on the Google App Engine, Matthew McCullough
    * Workshop: Building Data Centric Applications using Adobe Flex and Java, Prashant Singh
    * Workshop: Building Your First Amazon App, Simone Brunozzi
    * Workshop: Windows Azure Deep Dive, Ramaprasanna Chellamuthu
    * Workshop: Monetizing your Apps with PayPal X Payments Platform, Khurram Khan, Praveen Alavilli
    * Workshop: User Expereince Evaluation Model Walkthrough, Sanna Häiväläinen

    Sponsors of Great Indian Developer Summit 2010 include: Platinum sponsors Microsoft, Oracle Forum Nokia and Adobe; Gold sponsors Intel and SAP; Silver sponsors Quest Software, PayPal, Telerik and AMT.

    About Great Indian Developer Summit

    Great Indian Developer Summit is the gold standard for India's software developer ecosystem for gaining exposure to and evaluating new projects, tools, services, platforms, languages, software and standards. Packed with premium knowledge, action plans and advise from been-there-done-it veterans, creators, and visionaries, the 2010 edition of Great Indian Developer Summit features focused sessions, case studies, workshops and power panels that will transform you into a force to reckon with. Featuring 3 co-located conferences: GIDS.NET, GIDS.Web, GIDS.Java and an exclusive day of in-depth tutorials - GIDS.Workshops, from 20 April to 24 April at the IISc campus in Bangalore.

    At GIDS you'll participate in hundreds of sessions encompassing the full range of Microsoft computing, Java, Agile, RIA, Rich Web, open source/standards, languages, frameworks and platforms, practical tutorials that deep dive into technical skill and best practices, inspirational keynote presentations, an Expo Hall featuring dozens of the latest projects and products activities, engaging networking events, and the interact with the best and brightest of speakers from around the world.

    For further information on GIDS 2010, please visit the summit on the web http://www.developersummit.com/

    A Saltmarch Media Press Release
    E: info@saltmarch.com
    Ph: +91 80 4005 1000

  • satpal
    RE: Best selling Author on Servlets and JSP Marty Hall to Keynote at GIDS
    This is not a bot. This is just an information which will help developers and programmers. The reason for this post is not to spam the website.
    Link to this post 09 Mar 10

    This is not a bot. This is just an information which will help developers and programmers. The reason for this post is not to spam the website.

  • satpal
    Best selling Author on Servlets and JSP Marty Hall to Keynote at GIDS
    Hey Guys, Author of More Servlets and JSP, Marty Hall is coming to Bangalore this April to speak on Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: A Comparison of the Most Popular JavaScript Libraries, Pure Java Ajax: An Overview of GWT 2.0, Integrated Ajax Support in JSF 2.0 and Ajax Support in the Prototype JavaScript Library. You can get more information on www.developersummit.com
    Link to this post 08 Mar 10

    Hey Guys,
    Author of More Servlets and JSP, Marty Hall is coming to Bangalore this April to speak on Choosing an Ajax/JavaScript Toolkit: A Comparison of the Most Popular JavaScript Libraries, Pure Java Ajax: An Overview of GWT 2.0, Integrated Ajax Support in JSF 2.0 and Ajax Support in the Prototype JavaScript Library. You can get more information on www.developersummit.com

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