News Release 04/25/2006
db4objects Announces First Global db4o User Conference
SAN MATEO, Calif., April 25, 2006 - db4objects, creators of the leading open source object database for Java and .NET, today announced that its first global db4o User Conference (dUC) will take place on July 10 and 11, 2006 in London, United Kingdom. It is the only gathering of the entire core contributor team and db4o users under one roof, and the first in a new series of its kind.
The event was scheduled in response to requests from db4objects' fast growing user community of more than 12,000 registered users. At the conference, attendees will have the ability to influence the product roadmap of db4o for 2006/07, learn about best practices, and socialize with peers and key db4o individuals from the U.S., South America, Europe, Japan, China, and Australia.
The list of speakers includes Ted Neward and Andrew Cowie, renown individuals in the Java/.NET and Java/Linux communities, respectively, Stefan Edlich and Jim Paterson, authors of the upcoming
book "The Definitive Guide to db4o", as well as db4objects' own Carl Rosenberger and Christof Wittig.
Registration is now opened. Early bird rates are valid until 5/20, academic and non-profit discounts are available. More information and registration here.
About db4objects, Inc
db4objects, Inc (www.db4o.com) provides db4o, the only native object database for both Java and .NET, available under open source and commercial licenses. With more than 300,000 downloads and many more deployments, db4o is used by some of the world's most innovative companies, including Boeing, BMW, Bosch, Seagate, and Intel. db4objects is a privately held company based in San Mateo, California, and backed by noted Silicon Valley luminaries including Mark Leslie, founding CEO of Veritas, and Vinod Khosla, founding CEO of SUN Microsystems.