Conferences 2006

December 28th, 2005  |  Published in events

I’m on sabbatical, but when an interesting conference like LIFT06 is being organised a bus-ride away from my chalet, I think I have to make an exception. I’ve made my booking – are you going too? Let me know.

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XTech 2006 wants you

November 18th, 2005  |  Published in events

The XTech 2006 Call For Participation has just been published, and you should be submitting something. You have until January 9th 2006.

XTech is a superb European tech conference covering internet, XML, browser and open data technologies. This year’s conference has a Web 2.0 flavour – think AJAX, tagging, identity, digital rights, owning your own data and opening up information for reuse. Don’t think business models, think really great demos.

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Conferences, conferences

January 30th, 2005  |  Published in events

Two conferences are looming large on my radar this week. I’m speaking at Emerging Technology, which happens in San Diego in March, and I’m on the Program Committee for XTech 2005 in Amsterdam in May. Early registration is still open for both conferences (although the O’Reilly one closes very soon).

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www2003 day 2

May 23rd, 2003  |  Published in events

After such an intense day of note taking and a very entertaining evening bowling with the guys from ILRT on day 1, I didn’t manage to take proper notes on yesterday’s sessions. I’ll try to fill in some detail during today.

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www2003 day 1

May 21st, 2003  |  Published in events

I’m at www2003 in Budapest, Hungary for the rest of the week. I’m not much of a note-taker but I’ll probably jot a few things down here. Good wireless coverage in the conference venue. See also day 2.

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