As the largest Java platform conference in the USA and one of the leading technology events held annually around the globe, Devnexus March 6-8, 2019, is the premier conference for professional software developers who want to hear from and interact directly with internationally-acclaimed presenters and technologists while also connecting with like-minded developers who are mastering their craft in a range of relevant technologies.
Founded in 2004 by the Atlanta Java Users Group as Atlanta DevCon, a one-day single-track conference with seven speakers and restarted in 2009 under the moniker Devnexus, the 2019 event will bring in 2200+ attendees for an experience that will span three days, beginning with an optional full-day of eleven hands-on workshop sessions, followed by two days of presentations and live demonstrations on the industry’s hottest topics.
Dr. Venkat Subramaniam, award winning author, programmer, and invited speaker at international conferences remarked, “It’s fascinating to see something start small and mature into a fabulous event over the years. I spoke at Devnexus years ago during its infancy. I’m thrilled to see the conference grow into a highly reputable event in the US, attended by thousands of developers, hundreds of speakers, and supported by so many sponsors.” Offering 14 concurrent technology tracks and 150+ individual sessions, Devnexus brings attendees unparalleled opportunities for both learning about the latest technology trends and diving deep into technologies that interest them. Continues Subramaniam, “I’m proud to have the privilege to speak again at Devnexus in 2019 and looking forward to learn more at the event.”
With registration and sponsor slots consistently sold out prior to opening day, Devnexus also distinguishes itself as the highest value event of its kind, offering premium content for an exceptional price. Another feature of Devnexus 2019 is a 2GM (Groovy, Grails, Micronaut) “Mini Conference” featuring workshops and talks by language creators Jeff Brown and Graeme Rocher as well as other internationally renowned speakers. Unlike competing events held throughout the globe with many of the same speakers and programming, Devnexus’ volunteer organizers continue to ensure that the event remains at a price point that makes it accessible to all professional developers who want to learn from masters and connect with their peers.
Dr. Rebecca Parsons, Chief Technology Officer of ThoughtWorks, a privately owned, global technology company with 42 offices in 15 countries, and 2018 recipient of the prestigious Technical Leadership Abie Award, stated, “ThoughtWorks has watched Devnexus grow into the preeminent technology conference in Atlanta.” Parsons continues, “I’m thrilled to deliver a keynote, workshop, and interact with all the passionate technologists in Atlanta this coming March.”
The full program for Devnexus 2019 with details of all the Speakers, Workshops and Sessions can be found at http://devnexus.com.
SOURCE Atlanta Java Users Group