Our industry event planner gives you the heads-up on what key industry events are coming around the corner. If we've missed something, don’t hesitate to add your event to the list. (You can view the full calendar here.)
April 24 (Online): CMSWire's April Tweet Jam: Growing and Engaging Communities #CXMChat
We all know that customer communities are critical in today's customer-is-the focus world. So what are the strategies and best practices for growing and engaging customer communities? Find out at our Tweet Jam coming on April 24th at 10 am PDT / 1 pm EDT / 1700 GMT. We welcome the broader CMSWire community to participate. All experience levels are welcome to connect with the expert panel we're assembling. The easiest way to join the conversation is by following or including the #CXMChat hashtag.
April 24 - 26 (New York): Aspire New York 2013
Aspire enhances the connections among our universe of customers, LivePerson experts, and ecosystem partners. Aspire’s format is a direct challenge to the typical conference. Every individual is an active participant and impacts the event content in real time. The environment is open and dynamic (hotel ballrooms are banned), fostering creativity and community in an open forum that forges deeper connections among attendees and translates to a better understanding of engaging customers.
April 25 - 26 (San Francisco): RightScale Compute San Francisco 2013
RightScale Compute is the brand-new name for the RightScale Conference, now expanding to two days and including even more deep cloud content from the people who are leading the way in cloud adoption. Whether you are developing a cloud strategy, embarking on your first cloud proof-of-concept, or working to optimize your cloud applications, RightScale Compute delivers all the information you need at one must-attend conference.
April 25 - 26 (New York): Predictive Analytics for Business, Marketing and Web Training New York 2013
Predictive Analytics for Business, Marketing and Web is a concentrated training program instructed by the founding chair of Predictive Analytics World that includes interactive breakout sessions and a brief hands-on exercise. No background in statistics or modeling is required. The only specific knowledge assumed for this training program is moderate experience with Microsoft Excel or equivalent.
April 25 - 26 (Berlin): Intra.NET Reloaded Berlin 2013
The Intra.NET Reloaded has now become one of the leading conferences for strategic approaches and challenges to the management of complex intranets & employee portals and would be the perfect opportunity for you to share experiences and discuss about the current challenges, brand new approaches and future trends.
April 25 - 27 (Louisville): Code PaLOUsa Kentucky 2013
Code PaLOUsa is a two-day software development conference designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of technology stack. Sessions will revolve around Microsoft, Java, and other development platforms; along with the sessions on higher level topics that are platform agnostic. The conference schedule will feature presentations from well-known professionals in the software development community. There will be 63 hour-long presentations and panel discussions, plus a keynote each morning of the event.
April 25 - 27 (Columbia): ConvergeSE South Carolina 2013
A conference for designers & developers who want to explore the mysteries of the web. ConvergeSE takes place in beautiful springtime in Columbia, South Carolina. Over the course of three days you can dive into intense half and full day sessions, hop from venue to venue downtown taking in sessions on topics from design and development to business and marketing, and finally experience a full day of inspirational talks from an impressive array of speakers. In between all of that, we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to eat, drink and party with the speakers and other attendees.
April 27 (Chicago): MoxieCon Chicago 2013
You've learned how to harness your creativity. You can kern or code with the best of them. It's now time to make sure you get paid. MoxieCon is a day–long crash course on the business side of design and technology. Practical talks and workshops on how to be more assertive, how to self-promote, how to sell your ideas, and how to protect yourself legally. In short, how to make that cheddar and look good doing it.
April 27 (Chicago): Chicago Code Camp 2013
Chicago Code Camp is a free, community-driven developer conference. We have over 350 people registered so far, with over 30 sessions! This year, we're adding a full day of Windows Azure boot camp. We're still hosted by College of Lake County - which will accommodate our ever growing attendance with room to spare.
April 28 - May 1 (Florida): Search insider Summit
Twice a year, the best minds in the search marketing industry get together to share cutting edge information and experience on search marketing in a think-tank environment, exploring new technology, strategies and tactics for effective campaigns, challenging what’s working (and what’s not), and taking an in-depth look at where the channel is going. (And that’s just during the mornings!) Afternoons and evenings are filled with adventurous networking activities, fabulous dining experiences and cocktail parties with top marketing and agency executives.
April 28 - May 2 (San Diego): Enterprise Data World San Diego
Enterprise Data World is the business world’s most comprehensive educational event about data and information management. Over five days, EDW presents a diverse schedule of programming that addresses every level of proficiency, including keynotes, workshops, tutorials, case studies, and discussions. Enterprise Data World provides a superior learning opportunity that will enable you to harness information and the power it represents. Senior IT Executives, Modelers, and Architects – join us for five days that will transform the way you look at data-driven business.
April 29 - 30 (San Francisco): Open Business Conference San Francisco
OSBC 2013 offers the chance to connect with the developers, users and companies behind the most significant open-source, mobile and cloud technologies. At OSBC, you’ll learn key strategies so that you can make your business more effectively data-driven. Nowhere else will you hear such a comprehensive perspective on the open source industry. The conference program features content-rich sessions from visionary thought-leaders and industry executives on how open source technology is being used and what the implications are from a business perspective.
April 29 - May 1 (Greenwich): DOCUMENT Strategy Forum
When you register for DOCUMENT Strategy Forum, you are also provided free cross-over privileges to the Social Business & SharePoint Conference and Business Forms Management Association (BFMA) Annual Conference. Together, we offer our attendees the ability to customize their own conference by choosing from 70 sessions produce via nine distinct conference tracks.
April 29 - May 1 (San Diego): Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit San Diego 2013
Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit delivers the tools and insights needed to tap into unprecedented portals, content and collaborat opportunities. Disruptive trends are yielding an array of business-critical imperatives: Deliver secure access across a widening range of devices. Mine and leverage nontraditional content. Use social software to drive efficiency and innovation. Exploit context-aware computing. This summit represents the single most important event in the portals, content and collaboration space, where IT and business leaders gather to learn from the latest Gartner research and interact with 24+ Gartner analysts, peers and solution leaders.
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