Sun Tech Fest at KTH

Experienced Technology Evangelist Roman Strobl from Sun Microsystems will visit KTH on 28th of April, 5-7 pm at SAL-D in Kista Campus. He will have presentations on the following topics:suntechday-medium

– Sun and Open Source : introduction to Sun’s open source stategy, products and roadmaps (30 minutes)

-Introduction to Open Solaris – What is OpenSolaris ? What’s cool about it ? Demos of interesting technologies (60 minutes)

then Campus ambassadors will talk about the “benefits of being a member of the OSUM Club” and “student activities at KTH”.

About the speaker:

roman stroblRoman Strobl works at Sun Microsystems as a technology evangelist on the OpenSolaris project. He has approximately 10 years of software development experience in Java and various dynamic languages. Before joining Sun Roman worked as a PHP developer and system administrator for a Czech startup company. Roman is a frequent speaker at software conferences including Sun Tech Days, various Java events, and user group meetings. Roman enjoys working with open source communities and his current passion is evangelizing OpenSolaris. He writes frequent posts on the OpenSolaris user-focused blog which can be found at blogs.sun.com/observatory.

Date : 28 April 2009

Location : Kista Campus (Forum Building) SAL-D

Time : 5 -7 pm

Click here to see the Facebook Event

Click here for the map of the Kista Campus

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4 Responses to Sun Tech Fest at KTH

  1. Eric says:

    Guys, i think i will jopin you for the tech day. Are you doing to make an install fest again?

  2. Rodriguez says:

    This is awesome! I will be there..

  3. Safiq says:

    Thanks guys,
    I hope i will join you

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