J. Boye Conference Philly 2009
Yes, we know we have already mentioned the J. Boye Conference coming up in Philly this May. It's just that... some good conferences are really worth mentioning more than once. And this one fits the bill. If you are looking to get more information on web content management and all that comes with it, then this conference is definitely one to attend.

Network and Learn at J. Boye

J. Boye is vendor neutral analyst and consulting firm with an international audience. The J. Boye Conference started back in 2005 as a purely content management conference. As the web industry has changed, so to has this conference, focusing on all things related to deliver a solid web experience.

The purpose of this conference is to bring together industry professionals in a campus-like atmosphere to network and learn about what's happening in the web industry.

Tracks and Interesting Sessions

The tracks have been defined: Strategy and Governance, Intranet, Web Content Management, SharePoint, User Experience and eHealth.

The sessions and speakers are slowly coming together and there are some interesting tutorials to go along. Some of the current ones that look very interesting include:

  • Opening keynote: Disruptive Tech: What’s New, What’s Coming, and How It Will Change Everything by David Pogue, a New York Times columnist and best selling author
  • How WCM meets the new requirements for evolved web strategies by Jim Murphy, AMR Research
  • The Future of Content - a critical analysis of how content is changing because of technology by Ammar Bakkar, Al Arabiya
  • “Hello, I’m Jo” – Privacy, Identity and Web Strategy by Graham Oakes, Graham Oakes Ltd

The tutorials range from better understanding Google, to Intranet development, to content strategy, to understanding SharePoint, to understanding the Web Content Management technologies that are driving change on the web.

See the full schedule here and sign-up for news and announcements as they happen.

Make Your Plans for Philly

The conference is taking place May 5-7, 2009 in Philadephia. Registration will run you US$ 1,985 for the full two days and the day of tutorials if you register before March 15th.

This is a sales-pitch free event and you will get lots of opportunity to ask tough questions and challenge the answers from a wide variety of industry experts.