This month Red Hat will ring in 2012 with JUDCon (JBoss Users and Developers Conference) 2012: India, to be held January 24-25, 2012. This marks the first time the Asia-Pacific region will play host to JUDCon, Red Hat's popular "by developers, for developers" event. With hundreds of attendees already registered, it promises to be the largest JUDCon ever – a fact reinforced by a full slate of activities, including presentations by top engineering talent, demos, discussions and more – all focusing on the next wave in Red Hat middleware development.
Presentations will feature insight from the international Java development community. Along with talks by "core" developers, those who work directly on the code for JBoss Enterprise Middleware and JBoss Community projects, there will be significant contributions from external sources from around the world, including renowned developers within the Indian open source community.
In addition to compelling discussions, JUDCon 2012: India will provide glimpses and insight into the latest innovations from Red Hat. The conference will feature new projects and technologies that will make it easier for developers to address everyday challenges, as well as take advantage of mobile, cloud, HTML5 and more. Other topics will focus on JBoss Application Server 7, part of the technology behind JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, as well as SOA and enterprise application integration, business rules, workflow and more.
JUDCon 2012: India will be held at NIMHANS Convention Center, Bangalore. For more information, including registration, visit JUDCon 2012: India online.