GlassFish swimming to FISL, Brazil
By arungupta on Jun 16, 2009
|FISL stands for "Forum Internacional Software Livre" in
the Portuguese language and means "International Free Software Forum"
in the English language. The punch line is "A technologia que liberta"
and means "The technology that liberates".
This is the biggest event about free software in America and was attended by 7417 participants in 2008.
Just like "Freedom of Speech" is a basic human right, "Freedom of Software" is a basic right for the technology evolution. GlassFish gives you the freedom:
- To Pick your own framework: Java EE, Ruby-on-Rails, Python/Django, Groovy/Grails, or any other
- Choose your IDE: NetBeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ and others.
- Over properietary Application Servers by providing highly reliable and production quality features like
- Clustering/Load balancing
- Secure, Reliable, and Transactional, and .NET-interoperable Web services stack (Metro)
- Easy-to-use web-based administration
console along with a powerful CLI
- Offers dual open-source license (CDDL or GPL v2 w/ CPE)
Together, GlassFish, NetBeans/Eclipse, and MySQL liberates you from the vendor lock-in by offering you a compelling choice.
At FISL 10, learn how GlassFish, NetBeans/Eclipse, and MySQL provide a powerful feature-rich yet easy to use platform for developing/deploying your web applications. The complete details about the session are available here. I plan to show multiple demos during the talk that you may find useful in your regular work.
Where ? Porto Alegre, Brazil
When ? Jun 24-27, 2009
Click on the map below for coordinates of the venue:
Join the Facebook Group or follow on Twitter @fisl10.
Close to 6000 attendees have registered for FISL so far and am definitely looking forward to feel/enjoy the Brazilian spirit.
To Brazil, Capirinhas, Guaranas, Churascarias, Beaches ... La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La La
Drop a comment if you are interested in a meal or run together :)
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