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Just heard from Venkat about the Software Engineering Conference @ UH to be held Oct 19th - 20th, 2007.

Both Venkat from Agile Developer/Relevance and Neal Ford from ThoughtWorks are excellent, entertaining, and informative speakers that I've had a chance to see.

But I'm sure Vali Ali of HP, Sridhar Vajapey from Sun, Ben Galbraith of Ajaxian and more, Jon Schwartz of Phrogram Company, Peter A. Freeman (a former Assistant Director of NSF who is currently at Georgia Tech), and Bjarne Stroustrup, the creator of C++ will also have interesting talks. (Thanks to Venkat for background on the speakers I didn't know about)

If you're going to be in or around Houston (or can make it here) on that weekend, I suggest you register at no cost here.

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