Web 2.0 Expo New York 2011 Conversations

As part of the conference, we’re reviving a popular format from last year. Instead of holding just traditional speaker-and-audience sessions, we’re also creating a handful of 50-minute round-table conversations that you can join. But space is limited! We’re signing on an appealing list of Web 2.0 experts, each of whom will introduce a topic and then facilitate a discussion for up to 25 people—which is all the room holds. If you get into one of these sessions, you’ll be expected to lean in and join the conversation, not just sit back and listen. We’ll announce more moderators and specific topics in the coming weeks.

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Location: Liberty 3 Level:
Karin Klein (Bloomberg)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Conversation with Karin Klein, Bloomberg Read more.
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Location: Liberty 3 Level:
Oliver Hurst-Hiller (DonorsChoose.org)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
Bring your own experiences and questions to this conversation w/Oliver Hurst-Hiller, the CTO & EVP of Product for DonorsChoose.org. Read more.
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Location: Liberty 3 Level:
Cindy Gallop (IfWeRanTheWorld)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
There’s a different kind of Matrix out there, and it’s the way business operates in the old world order. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Join Cindy Gallop for a conversation on rethinking, reinventing and redesigning your business for the future. Please come prepared to share your own experiences, challenges and questions. Read more.
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Location: Liberty 3 Level:
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
Conversation with Jessica Faye Carter Read more.
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Location: New York East Level:
Evan Parker (Google), Bill Baxter (Google)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 2 ratings)
Session led by Evan Parker and Bill Baxter Read more.
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Location: Liberty 3 Level:
Tristan Louis (Keepskor)
HTML5, CSS3 & JavaScript are all supported by modern browsers. But the same modern browsers are hampered when it comes to improving performance by the fact that most of the code behind the web is written in a non-standard fashion. Should standard conformance be one of the checks when creating sites or should the development community ignore it and let the browser makers deal with it? Read more.
  • Visa
  • IBM
  • HP
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • dynaTrace
  • EffectiveUI
  • Elastic Path
  • FireHost
  • IBT
  • Litle & CO
  • Plimus
  • Quest Software
  • Research In Motion
  • SoftLayer
  • Yottaa

Ally Parker
aparker@techweb.com

Kaitlin Pike
(415) 947-6306
kpike@techweb.com

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