jboye08 conference registration open Early bird registration is going on from now until July 1st for the 4th international jboye08 conference, a meeting of global gurus in Aarhus, Denmark. The conference brings together IT practitioners from all over the world in order to share and learn in an open environment. It is described as intense, with discussions, demos and interaction from the attendees. The jboye08 has changed over its four years of existence. It was originally called cmf2005, and focused primarily on content management, but as time passed, they begin to broaden their focus to include all aspects of the web industry. The main objective of jboye08 is to create an open minded conference with a campus like atmosphere for IT professionals. It's meant to be a place where people from around the world can meet and exchange experiences and knowledge in a warm setting. Conference Speakers The conference will feature a keynote by Robert Cailliau, billed as the "co-inventor of the World Wide Web". That's right folks, the man who helped create the internet. If the chance to shake hands with the man who played a great role in the creation of WWW isn't enough for you, there will be other speakers as well. Stephen Arnold, author of several books on online search, web analytics expert Phil Kemelor and global director of Avenue A, Shiv Singh will be sharing their wealth of knowledge on their respective topics. Conference Sessions The conference features a number of sessions with a focus on: * Enterprise Portals & Search * Strategy & Governance * E-Government & E-Health * Intranet Communication & Innovation * Enterprise Content Management * Microsoft SharePoint & IBM WebSphere * Web Analytics The event is open to anybody with something to contribute or simply the desire to learn. Benefits of attending include a chance to meet experts in various fields, learn about different best practices, gain insight into the latest trends, and of course, have fun and create networks. Register for jboye08 here. Don't forget, do it by July 1st to save on early bird registration!