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We invite you at The Conference of Software Developers - Application Developer Days which will hold on September 23-24th, 2010 in Yaroslavl (Russia).   The Conference is qualitative continuation of last year's event -  Software Engineering Forum which held in Minsk in May, 2009 and has collected a considerable quantity of positive responses. The Conference has got a deserved authority of leading program engineering event  in the CIS. In the list of leading speakers of last year there are such names as Sergey Arhipenkov, Alexander Orlov, Stanislav Fomin, Alexander Aleksandrov, Ashat Urazbaev, Andrey Bibichev, Alexander Bajkin, Denis Petelin, Jury Shiljaev, Dmitry Lobasev and others. The Conference is supported by leaders of the high technologies industry and also national IT associations.  
August 23 - 25, 2010 St.Petersburg, Russia http://www.new2an.org/
The Intel® Atom™ Developer Challenge is designed to encourage breakthrough applications that fundamentally change the user experience on a netbook featuring an Intel Atom processor. This is your opportunity to be rewarded for your development skills and creativity, while potentially seeing your application used on millions of netbooks worldwide.
August 23-24, 2010 St.Petersburg, Russia http://www.rusmart.org
The 2010 FEDERATED LOGIC CONFERENCE (FLoC'10) will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K., on July 9-21, 2010. The following conferences will participate in FLoC:
The Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC) is an  advanced research center on Information Technologies and Communications based in Castelldefels, Barcelona. Current research areas include Wireless Communications, Access Technologies, Communication Subsystems, Optical Networking, IP Technologies and Intelligent Energy .
The first-ever international Millennium Youth Camp (MY Camp) will be organized in Helsinki 6-13 June 2010. This is the week when the Winner of the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize will be announced.
Application deadline is May 7th, 2010. The Vienna PhD School of Informatics offers a three year programme with an intense period of supervised study and research, culminating in the submission of a thesis. The PhD School's curriculum covers the five main research areas of the Faculty of Informatics * Business Informatics * Computational Intelligence * Computer Engineering * Distributed and Parallel Systems * Media Informatics and Visual Computing

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