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After realizing the trend and the growing interest for the Java technology in Sri Lanka, Sun Microsystems has decided to hold a summit in Sri Lanka for the first time in history. This will be an invaluable opportunity for Java Developers, Project Managers, Software Engineers and people who are involved in the IT Field in Sri Lanka.
Sun Developers’ Summit 2006
The Sun Certified Java Professionals’ Association warmly invite all Java Developers, Project Managers, Engineers, Researchers and Media Representatives to be part of this historical event.



25th August, 2006



9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.



Waters Edge, Battaramulla

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 :SCJP badge and Sun ID is compulsory for certified professionals.
Complete sponsorship for this event will be from Sun Microsystems, USA and participation will be by invitation only.
Sun Certified Java Programmers, Get your Invitation Soon
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Mr. Ishantha Siribaddana, the President of Sun Certified Java Professionals’ Association

Contact on : 0777 918 914

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Sun Micro Systems Representatives

The summit will be headed by the following leading personalities of Sun Microsystems.

Chuk Munn Lee

Is a Java Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems. His focus area includes web services, J2EE Technologies, Client-side Java and the J2ME platform. Prior to joining the Technology evangelism team, he was at the market development engineering team where he headed independent Software vendors in the Asia Pacific region to architect, port, tune, benchmark and size their applications. Some of the projects that he has worked on include integrating StarOffice into a workflow engine, porting J2EE applications from competitive platforms, developing a netbean plugin, migrating stored procedures to EJBs and the first AVK certification from Asia. Chuk has been with Sun Since 1996. He has a BS in Computer Science from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys playing the guitar and practices Aikido at a local dojo with his 2 sons.


Peter Karlsson

He is a Solaris Technology Evangelist who works with developers to adopt technologies delivered through the Solaris Operating Environment. Prior to joining the Evangelists, Peter had been working in the North/North-Eastern Europe sales support organization for five years. There, he was senior product specialist focusing on Solaris Operating Environment and related technologies. Peter has also worked in the Sun MDE I/O-technologies and solutions, supporting third-party ISV’s with device driver development.


Sang Shin

He is a Java Technology Evangelist and Architect at Sun Microsystems, Inc. He has developed and delivered numerous talks on Java SE, Java EE, Java ME, Web application frameworks such as Struts and JavaServer Faces and Web Services technologies to worldwide developer audiences. Sang Shin, who has taught Java programming courses (“J2EE Programming with Passion!”, “Web Services programming with Passion!”, “XML”, and “Distributed Programming”) at Brandeis University and Boston University, is currently teaching a free “J2EE Programming with passion!” online course to several thousand worldwide Java developers. The course can be taken through He is also co-author of “Advanced Computer” Published by University of Maryland in 2005 Java is Sang’s Passion: Current speaking Schedule.


Reggie Hutcherson

He is the manager of the Sun Technology Evangelism group. His group is responsible for providing the long-term strategic vision of Sun’s technologies to developers, executives, press and key customers worldwide. He has responsibility for creating and leveraging relationships with Sun’s Global Sales and Marketing team and key ISVs to facilitate technology adoption and development of applied solutions. Reggie has an extensive background developing state-of-the-art software systems. At the Stanford Research Institute, he researched distributed systems and network protocols. At Sybase Inc., he worked in the Performance & Kernel Architecture group on their state-of-the-art distributed database engine. Reggie has a BS in Computer Science and a MBA from the University of California at Berkeley. Additionally, he matriculated in the MS Program for Computer Science at Stanford University.