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LinuxTag 2009, Germany

LINUXTAG 2009
BERLIN, GERMANY
JUNE 24-27, 2009

LinuxTag is the most important place for Linux and open source software in Europe. In 2009, the 15th LinuxTag presents news for professional users, decision makers, developers, beginners and the Linux community. An OW2 track will be organized during LinuxTag (date to be confirmed). Many thanks to Michael Kleinhenz from Tarent for its help in organizing this track.

LINUXTAG OW2 SESSION PROGRAM:
Session chair : Gael Blondelle, EBM Websourcing.
1) "JOnAS: an Open Source Unbreakable Java EE Server Platform", by Fran�ois Exertier,Project Manager, Bull

2) "SpagoBI 2.0: the new Business Intelligence Free Platform", by Stefano Scamuzzo, Senior Technical Manager - Research and Innovation Division, Engineering Group
3) "Next gen Portals: how OpenSocial standard adds social to the mix", by Tugdual Grall, VP Product & Business Strategy, eXo Platform
4) "Create and manage your SOA with petals and Dragon", by Gael Blondelle,CTO, EBM Websourcing
5) "Open Source is ready to handle entreprise data integration", by C�dric Carbone, CTO, Talend
6) "Nova Bonita, Open Source BPM Solution", by Miguel Valdes, BPM Manager, Bull


Here is the call for presentations:

OW2@LinuxTag: Call for Presentations

Dear Project Managers,

The organizers of LinuxTag (Berlin, June 24-27) have kindly agreed to entrust the OW2 Community with the organization of the "Enterprise Development Track". This is a great opportunity to enhance the visibility of our code base in Europe. Our appreciation to Michael Kleinheinz of tarent.

But, we only have one week to organize this! My apologies for the extremely short notice.

We need to put together a program of 6 presentations, of 45' each, focused on Enterprise Computing Infrastructure. We are inviting you to submit presentations related to the theme BEFORE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25.

The focus of the talk should be technical on a high abstraction level. The target audience are lead/senior developers and CTOs, so it should touch the technical details but only on a "what can I do with it and how easy/complicated is it" level. An ideal talk would focus on architectural design rather than lines of code. In case of OW2 projects, attendees would be interested in components overview, how they work together, solutions provided. Some success stories from the frontier would be great, too.

Please send your proposal to Catherine.Nuel@ow2.org using the following template:
[Name
[Position
[Organization
[Presentation title
[Presentation abstract: 200 WORDS
[Presentation short abstract: 200 CHARACTERS

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