Adobe School Innovation Awards

The theme of 2008’s Adobe School Innovation Awards is My Community — My Planet — My 21st Century. High school students in grades 9-12 (ages 14-19) can submit entries in three categories: Web Design and Development, Film and Video, and Graphic and Print Design. Category award winners as well as one grand prize winner for best overall submission will be chosen. Prizes include software, cash, a laptop computer, and a trip to NECC being held in San Antonio, Texas.

Submitted projects, dealing with students’ community, the world around them, and their own future, should showcase the most creative and innovative use of technology using Adobe products. The deadline for submissions is May 12, 2008. Winners will be announced at NECC in San Antonio, Texas.

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JAX India 2008

JaxIndiaThe annual event JAX India 2008 will be held in Bangalore, from 8-11th April, 2008.

JAX India 2007 featured some of the big names like Craig McClanahan of Sun Microsystems, Neal Ford (a senior application architect at ThoughtWorks), Malcolm Groves of CodeGear and many more, covering topics from JAVA enterprise to Open Source, Software testing and much more.

JAX India 2008 promises to throw light on Enterprise Java, SOA, Web Services, Enterprise Architectures, SOA Technologies, SOA Governance, Eclipse, Enterprise Collaboration and many more.
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Developer Summit 2008, India

Great Indian Developer SummitThis is a reader submited article.

The Indian Developer Summit 2008 Features Co-located Conferences on Bleeding-edge .NET, Rich Web, Daring Java. The Call for Proposals are now Open and Nominations are invited for the Awards.

Under the hood of robust enterprise IT systems, infrastructure, software, products and applications, is the wisdom, passion, grit and experience of people who have contributed in multiple ways to make the end product successful. This collective ecosystem of “Developers” — decision makers, analysts, architects, engineers, project managers, designers, and programmers — is what makes the world of software tick.

The 2008 edition of the annual Great Indian Developer Summit, centered around the theme of “Recipes for Enterprise Productivity”, features a blockbuster convergence of three on-the-radar co-located conferences that no entity in the “Developer ecosystem” can ignore in their quest for success at work and in their careers — Bleeding-edge .NET, Rich Web and Daring Java.

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