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Sun Tech Days 2010: A Worldwide Developer Conference

April 8-9, Saint Petersburg, LenExpo

Software developers, project leaders, system administrators and students are all invited to the Worldwide Developer Conference Sun Tech Days 2010. This conference is a part of world tour and will become the biggest event for Java and Solaris community in Europe! Last year Sun Tech Days in Saint Petersburg gathered more than 3500 attendees. Advance your knowledge at Sun Tech Days. Join expert technologists and fellow developers for a multiday immersion into enterprise technologies. Sun evangelists will lead a no-hype, code-heavy curriculum focused on just two things: providing you with real-world best practices and helping you to improve your development skills.
The star of Sun Tech Days 2010 in Saint Petersburg will be James Gosling - the author of Java, legendary person for developers all over the world. The second day of the conference will be opened with a keynote session from Oracle.
Register for the conference today, come and get to know everything you wanted to know about Java (EE, SE, ME), JavaFX, Solaris, virtualization, IDE, JavaFX TV, Java7 and much more! Participate and ask your questions in the Pavilion, take a training or try the new technologies on Hands-on-Labs sessions!
Participation is free of charge. Registration is required at http://sun.ru/techdays

Symbian Platform Opening

On February 4, 2010 the Symbian Foundation completed the open source release of the source code for the world’s most widely-used smartphone platform. The Symbian platform, which has been developed over more than 10 years and has shipped in more than 330 million devices around the world, is now completely open and the source code is available for free. The transition of this market-leading platform from proprietary code to open source is the largest in software history.


International Master's Degree Programme in IT

Tampere University of Technology (Finland), the FRUCT partner program calls for applications for International M.Sc. Programme in Information Technology.


The applicant must have a 3- or 4-year Bachelor of Science degree from an internationally recognised university, which has to be listed in the latest edition of the International Handbook of Universities. The B.Sc. degree should be in the field of computing, information technology, electrical engineering, computer science or another discipline related to the programme, entailing proficiency in mathematics, physics and computer science.


By March 15, 2010 the following documents are required (they are described in greater detail in the application guide):

  • Copy of the original Bachelor of Science degree certificate
  • English translation of the B.Sc. degree certificate
  • Copy of the original study transcript (courses of the B.Sc. degree)
  • English translation of the study transcript
  • Certificate of proficiency in English (IELTS, TOEFL or CPE/CAE)
  • Statement of purpose
  • Curriculum Vitae / Resume
  • Recommendation letters (a minimum of 2 recommendation letters from academic and/or professional referees with their contact information)
  • Financial statement and proof of financial support

Further information: http://www.cs.tut.fi/uniprogramme/