SANTA CRUZ, CA - March 25, 2008 - Industry analyst and Evans Data Corp. President and CEO John Andrews will kick off this year's 4th Annual Evans Data Developer Relations Conference on Monday April 7th, 2008 and be available for press interviews during the event to discuss where Web 2.0 development is today, and where it is heading in the year to come.
Evans Data Corporation's 4th Annual Developer Relations Conference is being held April 7-8, 2008 at Hotel Sofitel in Redwood City, CA. The global market research firm is bringing together developer relations experts from leading companies, such as Google, IBM and Sun Microsystems, under the theme of "Web 2.0 Dynamics and Your Developer Relations Program," discussing best practices and revealing the techniques behind successful developer programs. Three new track speakers have just been added.
Keynote speakers from major industry companies are scheduled to present on several Web 2.0 developer relations topics. For more details and a list of speakers, go to http://www.evansdata.com/drc/.
For press interested in attending keynotes, sessions, and meeting one-on-one with John Andrews, contact email@example.com or 831/905-7187 for your press pass. Current research from Evans Data Corp. will also be discussed by John Andrews, in areas such as development tools and frameworks, such as plans for mashup tools, SOA, rich internet applications, and Web analytics, for example. A look at various technologies used today and in the coming year for Web services, APIs and plans for social networking in business, including barriers and adoption in different segments will be addressed.
Evans Data Corporation provides regularly updated IT industry market intelligence based on in-depth surveys of the global developer population. Evans' syndicated research includes surveys focused on developers in a wide variety of subjects.
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