Ah yes, this is indeed a glorious era for learning and networking. There are conferences and webinars coming out our ears, wifi spots a-plenty, 3G data services galore and if you're lucky, sponsored drinks at the bar.

So, what say you to some mingling? If you’d like to get out and partake in a solid (or virtual) handshake or two, our weekly events list is designed to help. Every Tuesday we plug as many relevant events as we can find into the big list and publish it, just for you.

Are we missing something? Don’t hesitate to add your event to our events calendar (view all events). And if you've got feedback on the coming events — good or bad — do share it in the comments below.

 

September Events

September 30-October 1 (Washington, DC): Rethinking Corporate Communications

In its second year, RETHINKING CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS is an interactive and intimate conference for corporate, government and non-profit communicators. Learn from the most perceptive thought leaders the skills and best practices essential for business success this year.

September 30-October 2 (London): Future of Web Apps

We have a fantastic line up from some of the industry's leading professionals. You'll be hearing from: Mozilla, Twitter, TechCrunch, Facebook, digg, Merb, jQuery, 280North, Virgin and more.

October Events

October 1-2 (Paris): Open World Forum

The Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) movement is revolutionizing IT strategies and the software industry.

October 2 (Seattle): ExpressionEngine Roadshow 2009

For those that don’t know, the EE Roadshow is a one day event where some of the best and brightest EE minds meet up, share ideas, and improve each other’s professional lives in a great environment.

October 4-7 (Los Angeles): Adobe MAX

MAX 2009 is an extraordinary opportunity to learn new skills, explore emerging technologies, and connect with thousands of other industry leaders, Adobe products users, and Adobe teams.

October 6 (Cleveland): Convert More Web Traffic - Cleveland Breakfast Seminar

Join Bridgeline Software, leaders in developing award winning, interactive business technology solutions for a free breakfast seminar. We’ll discuss the most effective ways to understand user intent and use integrated website management tools to measure the effectiveness of your content and better drive user behavior

October 7 (Arlington): Convert More Web Traffic - Arlington Breakfast Seminar

Join Bridgeline Software, leaders in developing award winning, interactive business technology solutions for a free breakfast seminar. We’ll discuss the most effective ways to understand user intent and use integrated website management tools to measure the effectiveness of your content and better drive user behavior

October 8 (Chicago): Convert More Web Traffic - Chicago Breakfast Seminar

Join Bridgeline Software, leaders in developing award winning, interactive business technology solutions for a free breakfast seminar. We’ll discuss the most effective ways to understand user intent and use integrated website management tools to measure the effectiveness of your content and better drive user behavior

October 8 (Utrecht): HartmanEVENT 2009

The HartmanEVENT will teach you everything about strategies, methodologies, techniques and tools to get value from your information. On October 8, meet national and international gurus and peers who will combine theory and best practices in an educating and interactive style.

October 8-11 (Memphis): Make/Think: AIGA Design Conference 2009

The AIGA Design Conference is the place to get refreshed and recharged this fall, with inspiring speakers including Peter Arnell, Stefan G. Bucher, David Butler, Carin Goldberg, Nick Law, Marissa Mayer and Stefan Sagmeister.

October 11-15 (San Francisco): Oracle Open World 2009

Oracle OpenWorld 2009 is your opportunity to be a part of the conversation. And this year, based on your feedback, we’re inviting customers, partners, and developers to play an even larger role in the show.

October 12-15 (Vienna): IFRA Expo

IFRA Expo is the international communication platform for the newspaper industry and its suppliers, covering the entire range of products and services for newspaper magazine production and bringing together the right people in the right atmosphere

October 12-13 (London): CDN Strategies Summit

This event will evaluate the rapidly changing CDN landscape, and using case studies examine market entry and expansion strategies, and options for technical architecture. The event is designed as a forum for executives in the CDN market, their suppliers and investors to educate their investment decisions.

October 14-15 (Zurich): Day Ignite 2009

Join the Conversation on the Future of Content Management. Day brings together its growing customer community in both Chicago and Zurich to share strategies, stories, and successes driving new content management initiatives with CQ5. Network with your peers and engage key members of the Day team to get the most out of CQ5 and add your input to the future of content management.

October 15 (London): Global Information Management Conference

Hear the challenges our customers faced when supporting their global markets, how they addressed their multilingual content requirements by adopting a Global Information Management strategy, encompassing authoring, content management and translation.

October 15-16 (London): Streaming Media Europe 2009

Streaming Media Europe covers the business of online video and the technology of streaming, video on demand, webcasting, IPTV, and mobile.

October 15-18 (Orlando): 54th ARMA International Conference

This is the premier event in the records and information management field, drawing more than 4,000 professionals from around the world.

October 19-22 (Las Vegas): Microsoft SharePoint Conference

If you’re an IT Professional, an IT Decision Maker, an Architect or a Developer you will find a deep set of technical content to give you a kick start for SharePoint 2010 and further your skills and knowledge with SharePoint Server 2007.

October 20-22 (Sacramento): GovLink Conference 2009

GOVLINK CONFERENCE 2009 provides networking opportunities between government agencies, prime contractors, and small businesses.

October 25-30 (Orlando): Open Text Content World 2009

Discover new ways to Capitalize on Your Content at Open Text's 2009 global conference.

October 27-19 (Chicago): Day Ignite 2009

Join the Conversation on the Future of Content Management. Day brings together its growing customer community in both Chicago and Zurich to share strategies, stories, and successes driving new content management initiatives with CQ5. Network with your peers and engage key members of the Day team to get the most out of CQ5 and add your input to the future of content management.

October 31 (Utrecht): WordCamp 2009

WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. WordCamps are open to WordPress.com and WordPress.org users alike.

November Events

November 1-3 (Boston): User Interface 14 Conference 2009

Creating great designs are now more important than ever. In difficult times, we all have to do more with less. We have to be innovative in both the designs we create and the way we create them. This year's User Interface 14 Conference is just the ticket.

November 1-4 (Orlando): Ektron Synergy 2009

Synergy, Ektron's World-Wide User Conference, is an annual gathering of Ektron experts, partners and user where attendees will learn how to make their Web projects successful.

November 2 (Indianapolis): RE BarCamp 

RE BarCamp is a BarCamp “UnConference” where Real Estate meets Social Media! What does that mean? Well, the event is not structured like a typical planned conference. Every session is not planned out in advance. Nobody is paid to deliver a session. Anybody can deliver a session and attendees are strongly encouraged to participate. It is an amazing time to meet, share, and connect!  

November 2-5 (San Francisco): Enterprise 2.0 2009

Position your company in front of hundreds of qualified buyers searching for leading 2.0 technologies and services for the enterprise.

November 2-6 (Oakland): ApacheCon USA 2009

This will be a unique and exciting celebration of 10 years of great coding, the evolution of an amazing community, and a look at the future of Open Source and The Apache Software Foundation. Join us!

November 3-4 (Bangalore): Business Technology Summit

Centered on the theme “Shaping Your Enterprise In a Post Crisis World”, the second edition of Saltmarch Media's annual Business Technology Summit, features a convergence of technologies that are enabling organizations to benefit from the flip side of Moore's law and do the same for less.

November 3-5 (Aarhaus): J. Boye Conference 2009

J. Boye Conferences were born out of the desire to let people share and learn in an open environment; stimulating and inspiring events with presentations, demos, intense discussions and ample opportunity to expand your network in a social, informal campus-style atmosphere.

November 6 (Mumbai): Business Technology Summit

Centered on the theme “Shaping Your Enterprise In a Post Crisis World”, the second edition of Saltmarch Media's annual Business Technology Summit, features a convergence of technologies that are enabling organizations to benefit from the flip side of Moore's law and do the same for less.

November 12-13 (Dublin): TERMINALFOUR Global User Conference & Open Day

During the two-day event, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in technical workshops and demonstrations. Speakers will include TERMINALFOUR customers and partners from the higher education, public sector and corporate world.

November 12-13 (São Paulo): Intranet Portal Award 2009

International speakers; Global Intranet Survey results, by Jane McConnell; Award Winners - the best cases in brazilian market; Four tracks: Collaboration, Content, IT Integration (Portal) and Governance

November 14-15 (New York City): WordCamp 2009

WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. WordCamps are open to WordPress.com and WordPress.org users alike.

November 15-18 (Karlsruhe): International PHP Conference 2009

The International PHP Conference is the first global conference to deal with the topic of Dynamic Languages.

November 16-19 (New York City): Web 2.0 Expo 2009

Web 2.0 Expo, co-produced by O'Reilly Media and TechWeb, showcases the latest Web 2.0 business models, development paradigms and design strategies for the builders of the next-generation Web.

November 16-20 (New York City): Interop 2009

Interop is the most comprehensive business technology conference and the best place to learn how key technologies work together to cut costs and increase productivity.

November 20 (Mexico City): WordCamp 2009

WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. WordCamps are open to WordPress.com and WordPress.org users alike.

November 20 (San Jose): Sharepoint Symposium 2009

Through presentations and discussion, the workshop helps you figure out how, where, when, and why to use SharePoint and reviews how well SharePoint “fits” into different types and sizes of enterprises with different business objectives. The workshop offers candid, independent advice for both business and technology leaders.

November 25-26 (Rome): Technology Transfer

In this course we will provide a thorough introduction to and grounding in Enterprise Content Management technologies. Explain clearly how they work and why they will become of increasing importance to you and your organization, particularly in this age of financial restrictions. This will be a highly critical and supplier agnostic workshop, championing no particular vendor technology approach, but with critical insight into the strengths and limitations of all the leading systems.


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