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Featured JAOO Speakers

Richard Soley
Dr. Richard Mark Soley is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Object Management Group, Inc. (OMG®). As Chairman and CEO, Dr. Soley is responsible for the vision and direction of the world's largest consortium of its type.
Jimmy Nilsson
Jimmy has been working with system development for more than sixteen years. He has written numerous technical articles and is the author of ".NET Enterprise Design". He is currently writing "Applying DDD and Patterns".
Dave Thomas
Dave is an adjunct research professor at Carleton University, and the University of Queensland. He was the principal visionary and architect for IBM VisualAge Smalltalk and Java tools including the initial work on the Eclipse.org IDE.

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JAOO is the place to meet for software professionals, managers, architects, and developers. Six action-packed days and the opportunity to meet colleagues and find inspiration for your work. JAOO includes a wide range of topics in current technologies such as .NET and Java, as well as engineering, methods and best practices in general.

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JAOO offers a series of technical sessions, in-depth tutorials and an extensive social program. In the technical sessions (Monday through Wednesday), you can shop around or follow specific tracks to find inspiration and get up-to-date information on a wide range of software engineering related topics. Tutorials (Sunday, Thursday, and Friday) offer a chance to spend a little more time to get an in-depth introduction to a new subject area.

To successfully develop and maintain complex and long-lived systems we must strive to understand better how to improve the quality and architecture of software systems. With this aim in mind, we have placed significant emphasis in this year's technical program and tutorial selection on building scalable systems, service-oriented computing, improving test measurement and profiling capabilities, and continuously improving our understanding of how to organize our work to better learn from our experiences.