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July 15, 2008

Web 2.0 Expo: New York City

This year I passed on two tech conferences I'd attended in the past (MySQL and OSCON). I've been keeping my eyes on what is shaping up to be something great in the New York City Web 2.0 Expo, September 16-19.

Here are a few things that strike my fancy:

Secrets of Javascript Libraries - John Resig, jQuery author
Keynote: Dan Lyons (aka Fake Steve Jobs)
Keynote: Marc Benioff (Salesforce) in conversation with John Battelle
Building Successful Next Generation Web 2.0 Applications
10 Things We've Learned at 37signals - Jason Fried, 37signals co-founder
Keynote: Ariana Huffington
Keynote: Fred Wilson (Union Square Ventures)
Go REST with Rails - David Heinemeier Hansson
Best-kept Secrets to Search Engine Optimization Success - Stephan Spencer
Keynote: Clay Shirky
Keynote: Joshua Schachter (creator del.icio.us)
Keynote: Deborah Schultz
Getting More Traffic from Search, Advanced SEO for Developers
Web Analytics 2.0

The list goes on...really it does. Early registration deadline is July 28. 99% sure I'll be there.

Posted by mike at July 15, 2008 11:15 PM