ATHENS, Ohio (March 2, 2007) -- On Thursday, March 22, some of the nation's leading computer programmers and software developers will be at Baker University Center for a web technology conference.
The fifth annual Spring <br /> Conference is bigger than ever this year, with 35 sessions to choose from in tracks such as Design & User Experience; Using Tools: Tips & Tricks; ColdFusion, Java, PHP & ActionScript; Maximum Development; Web 2.0: Ajax, Flex & Video; Application Security & Performance; and Boot Camp: Beginner Level Hands On.
Ben Forta, Adobe's chief product evangelist, will give the keynote address. There will also be a vendor expo where representatives from Apple, Adobe, FuseTalk, Zrinity and many other companies will be on hand to talk about their products and services.
Other presenters include Chris Bate, Josh Thomas and D. Lee Beard, along with more than 15 other Web designers, developers, information security officers and programmers.
The general registration fee, which includes lunch, is $35. Ohio IT employees and full-time students with ID can register for the conference and lunch for $10. Full-time students who will not be eating lunch can register for $5.
Check-in and walk-up registration begins at 7:30 a.m. The general session and key note speech will be at 8:30 a.m. The conference will last until 5:15 p.m.
The Southeast Ohio Creative Adobe Technologies User Group in partnership with OHIO Information Technology, the IT Alliance of Appalachian Ohio (ITAAO) and Adobe present the Spring <br /> Conference.
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