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I will be attending the Ajax World Conference next week in Santa Clara. I will also be at the opening reception on Monday and the conference party on Tuesday. Over the weekend Jesse Liberty blogged about this as well "If you are going to be at AJAXWorld, look for me on Twitter, and let's see if we can set up a meeting or a lunch."

Other faculty members, according to the Ajax World website, who will be at these parties include:

Aaron Adams  –  Brian Albers  –  Danny Allan  –  Christopher Allen  –  Sarah Allen  –  Deepak Alur  –  Stefan Andreasen  –  John Andrews  –  Daniel Appelquist  –  Jean-Francois Arcand  –  Erick Audet  –  Josh Babetski  –  Alex Barnett  –  Jeremy Bartley  –  Robb Beal  –  Phil Berkland  –  Robert Boedigheimer  –  David Boloker  –  Rod Boothby  –  Adam Breindel  –  Robert Brewin  –  Laurent Brigaut  –  Bob Buffone  –  Don Campbell  –  Antony Campitelli  –  Max Carlson  –  Cloves Carneiro  –  Michael Carter  –  Vince Casarez  –  Amitav Chakravartty  –  Ludovic Champenois  –  Roberto Chinnici  –  Stephen Citron-Pousty  –  Lecole Cole  –  Paul Colton  –  Bradford Cottel  –  Douglas Crockford  –  John Crupi  –  Siva Darivemula  –  Joaquin Delgado  –  John Eckman  –  Sam Elsamman  –  Yakov Fain  –  John Fallows  –  Eric Farrar  –  Ted Farrell  –  Scott Fegette  –  Jon Ferraiolo  –  Charles Fiesel  –  Ken Gardner  –  Joshua Gertzen  –  Becky Gibson  –  Ted Goddard  –  Robert Goodman  –  Sue Googe  –  Andi Gutmans  –  Kris Hadlock  –  Kevin Hakman  –  Brent Hamby  –  James Harmon  –  Geoff Hendrey  –  Mike Ho  –  Billy Hoffman  –  Song Huang  –  Johnvey Hwang  –  Jonas Jacobi  –  Joe Johnston  –  Jared Jurkiewicz  –  Antun Karlovac  –  Charles Kendrick  –  Joseph Kleinschmidt  –  David Knight  –  Ash Kulkarni  –  Sam Lawrence  –  Arthur Lee  –  Jesse Liberty  –  Adam Lieber  –  Jason MacDonald  –  Michael Mace  –  Stephen Maryka  –  Nilofer Merchant  –  Matt Mihic  –  Eric Miraglia  –  Christopher Mitchell  –  Richard Monson-Haefel  –  Ashfaq Munshi  –  Greg Murray  –  Kevin Nethercott  –  Binh Nguyen  –  Michael Oliver  –  Francois Orsini  –  Bill Palmer  –  Ash Parikh  –  Adam Peller  –  Michael Pittaro  –  Jean-Phillippe Player  –  Jouk Pleiter  –  Tatiana Rafique  –  Nandini Ramani  –  John Rowell  –  Jacob Rus  –  Rob Rusher  –  Patrick Ruzand  –  Adam Sah  –  Jayant B. Sai  –  Chris Schalk  –  Dylan Schiemann  –  Bill Scott  –  Pothiraj Selvaraj  –  Anil Sharma  –  Ben Shine  –  Bret Simister  –  Ric Smith  –  Rod Smith  –  Joe Stagner  –  Bryan Sullivan  –  David Temkin  –  Tenni Theurer  –  Shashank Tiwari  –  Lars Trieloff  –  Rowan Trollope  –  Yekaterina Tsipenyuk O'Neil  –  Nicolas Vandenberghe  –  Coach Wei  –  Dustin Whittle  –  Dave Wolf  –  Adam Wolff  –  Dave Wright  –  Ari Zilka  –  Daniel Zucker  –  Kris Zyp  –  and more…

See you in Santa Clara!

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Salvatore Genovese is a Cloud Computing consultant and an i-technology blogger based in Rome, Italy. He occasionally blogs about SOA, start-ups, mergers and acquisitions, open source and bleeding-edge technologies, companies, and personalities. Sal can be reached at hamilton(at)sys-con.com.

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