LinuxWorld Canada & IT360 Conference & Expo: Presents Smalltalk Solutions 2007

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ITWorld Expo Canada and The Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC) are pleased to announce that Smalltalk Solutions 2007 will be hosted for the second consecutive year by LinuxWorld Canada and IT360 (http://www.it360.ca) in Toronto, April 30 - May 2, 2007 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

The Smalltalk Industry Council is pleased to be a part of IT360 2007. Our experience with the LinuxWorld NetworkWorld Conference in 2006 allowed us to introduce Smalltalk and other object oriented technology to a broader audience and to expand our reach. We are excited to be part of the conference and exhibit again this year and look forward to another successful event

ITWorld Expo Canada and The Smalltalk Industry Council (STIC) are pleased to announce that Smalltalk Solutions 2007 will be hosted for the second consecutive year by LinuxWorld Canada and IT360 (http://www.it360.ca) in Toronto, April 30 - May 2, 2007 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Smalltalk is a portable, pure object-oriented language that runs on all popular platforms. It is known for being one of the best ways to learn object-oriented programming and the best way for software developers to build applications quickly and efficiently. The Smalltalk Solutions forum is the premier event for bringing together Smalltalk users, developers, and enthusiasts.

"Smalltalk Solutions 2007 returning to Toronto for a second year demonstrates the success of Smalltalk Solutions 2006. We are once again excited about bringing together participants from all areas of open solutions that share similar interests," said Bruce Cole, General Manager of IT World Expo Canada and producer of IT360° Conference & Expo, featuring LinuxWorld Canada.

"The Smalltalk Industry Council is pleased to be a part of IT360 2007. Our experience with the LinuxWorld NetworkWorld Conference in 2006 allowed us to introduce Smalltalk and other object oriented technology to a broader audience and to expand our reach. We are excited to be part of the conference and exhibit again this year and look forward to another successful event," said Suzanne Fortman, Marketing Chair of the Smalltalk Industry Council.

SMALLTALK INDUSTRY COUNCIL (STIC)

The Smalltalk Industry Council is a cohesive Smalltalk community where information, technical issues, new ideas and concerns are openly discussed to benefit the industry. STIC members are users and vendors of Smalltalk tools, components, databases and services. The Smalltalk Industry Council's core members include Instantiations, Cincom Systems, Inc., GemStone Systems and Knowledge Systems Corporation. STIC is a nonprofit trade association whose goal is to promote the awareness of and increase demand for Smalltalk. STIC has been the organizer of Smalltalk Solutions since 2001, the premier venue for bringing together Smalltalk users, vendors and enthusiasts.

LINUXWORLD CANADA & IT360° CONFERENCE AND EXPO

IT360° is the leading Canadian conference and exposition that provides Information Technology professionals with a unique all encompassing IT experience. Taking place in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, April 30 - May 2, 2007, IT360° focuses on the four key industry pillars: Network, Linux/ Open Source, Security and Storage. These pillars are our "worlds": NetworkWorld, LinuxWorld (including Smalltalk Solutions), SecurityITWorld and DataStorageWorld. IT360° addresses the critical issues facing the industry while providing realistic strategies to enable the implementation of the best and most cost efficient solutions.

IT360° Conference and Expo is an ITWorld Expo event produced by ITWorld Canada the trusted name in Information Technology Resource Media.

For further information:

Stephanie Cole, LinuxWorld Canada & IT360°, Event Publicist, (905) 695-0123 x211, scole @ itworldcanada.com, http://www.it360.ca
Suzanne Fortman, Cincom Systems, Inc., STIC Marketing Chairman, (949) 722-8928, sfortman @ cincom.com, http://www.stic.org

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