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JCertif is on! Rockin' in the Congo...


JCertif is one of the first Java related conferences in the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville. Sponsored by AfricaJUG, CongoJUG, Oracle and Fujitsu and organized by none other than Codetown's own Max Bonbhel.

JCertif consists of several talks by notable speakers on Web2.0, Java and mobile technologies.

JCertif is also hands-on training for both general programming knowledge and certification.



Here's the agenda:

JCertif Conf (1 day):
Web 2.0 for developers and for small businesses : Video, social networks, image and messaging, instant messaging and development
platforms.
Mobile phone application development (Tools and Framework) for :
iPhone, BlackBerry, Palm webOS, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and Android.

JCertif University (3 days):
Programming courses and workshop for Java Certification (SCJP 6)



I'll keep you posted, so stay tuned!

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