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This year’s event includes a vast array of expert speakers. Venkat Subramaniam, founder of Agile Developer, is a returning speaker who holds a record for the most appearances and talks held at GIDS. He is a frequently invited guest at many other international software conferences as well, and is highly regarded in the Indian software development world.
Scott Davis, who has written extensively about Groovy and Grails as the future of Java development, is the co-founder of the Groovy/Grails Experience conference and speaks regularly at international tech conferences in addition to GIDS, such as No Fluff Just Stuff, JavaOne, OSCON, and QCON.
Josh Long, the Spring developer advocate at Pivotal, has great interest in coding and coffee, and is knowledgeable about subjects such as cloud computing, big data, and mobile.
Raju Gandhi is a Java, Ruby, and Clojure developer who writes software in a variety of industries, including education, finance, construction, and manufacturing. With his great expertise, he has been an invited speaker at other conferences such as No Fluff Just Stuff and ÜberConf.
Jeff Scott Brown, a Senior Software Engineer with Pivotal, has expertise in web development with Groovy & Grails, Java, and agile development.
Andres Almiray is a Java and Groovy developer with years of experience in software design and development. A supporter of open source, he has participated in projects such as Groovy, Griffon, JMatter, and DbUnit.
Chris Richardson is a developer and architect with a computer science degree from the University of Cambridge and over two decades of experience. He is the author of POJOs in Action, and the founder of the original CloudFoundry.com.
These are just some of the expert voices that will be heard over the course of the four day summit. A number of notable companies have recognized GIDS as a fantastic educational event as well, and have taken the opportunity to support it. This year, some major sponsors include HP, Microsoft, Accenture, Amazon, Oracle, MySQL, and Intel.
Learn more about the event at http://www.developermarch.com/developersummit/conference.html