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Ever dreamt of being Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? If you have the entrepreneurial bug in you, don’t miss the biggest event for Startups — StartupCity.

Roll up your Sleeves. Meet over 100 ‘cool startups’ at the Startup City on May 28, 2011 at Nimhans Convention Center, Bangalore. You can meet founders & the star engineers from these companies and see how they built cutting edge products

TIME: 8.30 AM to 5 PM
WHEN: Saturday May 28, 2011
WHERE: Nimhans Convention Center, Bangalore (Near Dairy Circle)

Limited Seats. REGISTER FREE:

– Watch live product demonstrations
– Get a peek into cutting edge technologies
– Lay hands on the best-of-breed solutions
– Meet young, energetic, passionate geeks
– Experience the culture of innovation
– Learn new technologies

Visionary Keynotes
In-depth Panel Discussions
Happy Hours
Bird-of-a-Feather Gathering

Exciting SESSIONS on:
>From Concept to Success:: Milestones for startups
Where VCs Are Investing? When and How to Raise Money?
Consumers and Business Marketing in High Technology
Startup Essentials
The Social Media Revolution: What’s Ahead

Hurry Up! Limited Seats Only.REGISTER FREE:

Startups are always a nice place to work in. If you are working in a startup or want to join a startup or launch your own startup, this is an event you shouldn’t be missing.

100 startups, 25 Venture Capitalists and 1000 CEOs to come under one roof.

This is undoubtedly the biggest event for startups. There’s no better way to get a good sense of the product ecosystem! It’s by far the largest and most exciting event of its kind in Bangalore.

While we would like to meet you at the event, we also need your help to spread the word about this event. You can do it in several ways. You can forward this message to your friends & colleagues, post this message on your corporate intranet, egroups, social networks, blogs and tweet. You can use the tag “StartupCity” for blogging and tweeting.

Team StartupCity
Ph :08043112111
Mobile :9916782002


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We are serious about Java’- That’s the message Oracle is sending out to the industry and the Java community.
The world of Java has never wavered in its trajectory of relentless innovation. How will Java continue to grow as the most powerful, scalable, secure, and open platform for the global developer community?
SiliconIndia is organizing the Java Conference on October 29th, 2010 (Friday) in Bangalore.The Java Conference’s agenda is designed to give developers and architects practical skills. It is an ideal place to obtain critical skills to help you build, run and manage tomorrow’s software solutions. The speakers are industry practitioners, selected for their knowledge and their ability to convey that knowledge to Java developers at large.
At the Java Conference there will be two exciting tracks:
Language, Tools & Techniques:
This track uncovers emerging features of the Java language and provides in-depth expert recommendations on the use of Java and complementary languages in daily practice. This track also explores frameworks that ease and accelerate the building of applications, application components, and user interfaces. Also get tips on using tools available to design and build high-quality applications.
Architecture and SOA:
The Architecture and SOA track focuses on the structure behind applications, examining different approaches to designing applications that perform and scale.

TRACK 1: Language & Framework
Java EE 6 Overview
What’s New in Enterprise JavaBean Technology
The Busy Developer’s Guide to Scala: Patterns
What’s New in Groovy 1.6?
Struts 2 for Enterprise Java Web Development
Streamline Web Application Development with JSF 2.0
Tackling Concurrency on the JVM
Optimize Performance of data-driven I/O-intensive Java applications
Practical Lessons in Memory Analysis
Encryption on the JVM
Simplifying Development and Testing of GUIs with the Swing Application Framework (JSR 296) and FEST
Building scalable Java applications with App Engine

TRACK 2: Architecture and SOA
Pragmatic Architecture
Creating an Event-Driven SOA
Practical Web Service Design and Development
Java Web Services using JAX-WS and JAXB
Creating Modular Applications in Java
Architecting Robust Applications for Amazon EC2

WHEN: October 29th, 2010 (Friday)
TIME: 8.15 AM to 5 PM
WHERE: Nimhans Convention Center, Near Dairy Circle, Bangalore
We have limited Seats. Attendance is limited to maintain an intimate setting and foster dialogue among all participants.

To register, please call Akanksha 080 43402053 or reply to this mail, we will get back to you .There is a registration fee of Rs 500 only. This is towards: Access to Sessions, Tea/ Coffee & Refreshments and Lunch.

We will also encourage you to pass on this note to your colleagues so that they could benefit from this conference. Please note: You may also ask your organization/ manager to sponsor you and your colleagues to attend this exciting conference.

You don’t want to miss a power packed day with hundreds of Java professionals and share best practices and take home practical advice that will make an immediate and measurable difference to your projects.
Events Executive
080 43402053

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You will find several of these ‘cool startups’ at the siliconindia Startup City. You can meet star engineers from these companies and see how they built cutting edge products.

Register at :http://www.siliconindia.com/startupcity_09/register.html

.00 to 9.10 AM:      Welcome

9.10 to 10.00 AM:    Inaugural Keynote




10.00 to 11 AM:        Panel1:
11.00 to 11.30 AM:   Keynote 2
11.30 to 12.30 PM:   Panel2:
12.30 to 1 PM:          Keynote 3
1.00 to 2.00 PM:       Lunch
2.00 to 3.00 PM:       Showcase (Software): Presentations by 10 Startups
                                 (10 minutes each)
3.00 to 4.00 PM:       Showcase (Healthcare): Presentations by 10 Startups
                                 (10 minutes each)
4.00 to 5.00 PM:       Showcase (Semiconductors/ Wireless/ Security):
                                  Presentations by 10 Startups (10 minutes each)



10.00 to 11.00 AM:   Panel Discussion
11.00 to 1.00 PM:     Showcase1: Presentations by 12 Startups
                                 (10 minutes each)
1.00 to 2.00 PM:       Lunch
2.00 to 3.00 PM:       Panel Discussion
3.00 to 5.10 PM:       Showcase2: Presentations by 13 Startups
                                 (10 minutes each)



10.00 to 11.00 AM:   Panel Discussion
11.00 to 1.00 PM:     Showcase1: Presentations by 12 Startups
                                  (10 minutes each)
1.00 to 2.00 PM:       Lunch
2.00 to 3.00 PM:       Panel Discussion
3.00 to 5.10 PM:       Showcase2: Presentations by 13 Startups
                                  (10 minutes each)



10.00 to 11.00 AM:    Panel Discussion
11.00 to 1.00 PM:      Showcase (Women Entrepreneurs):
                                   Presentations by 10 Startups (10 minutes each)
1.00 to 2.00 PM:        Lunch
2.00 to 3.40 PM:        Showcase (Education):
                                   Presentations by 10 Startups (10 minutes each)
3.40 to 5.10 PM:        Showcase (Social Impact):
                                   Presentations by 10 Startups (10 minutes each)



5.15 to 6.00 PM:       Entertainment
6.00 to 7.15 PM:       CEO Conclave
7.15 to 8.00 PM:       Award Ceremony
8.00 to 8.10 PM:       Concluding Remarks.



Nimhans Convention Center

Hosur Road, Dairy Circle

Bangalore – 560029

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