Technology conferences are all the rave nowadays and boy are there a lot of them. One worth noting is HI-TEC 2011. HI-TEC, or High Impact Technology Exchange Conference, is one of the biggest technological conferences of the year and takes place annually at the Hyatt regency in San Francisco from July 25 to July 28.
HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technical education where technical educators, counselors, industry professionals and technicians have a chance to meet people like them, form business relationships and increase their knowledge and skill in the technological industry.
The event, aimed at educating America's technical workforce, focuses on the preparation needed by the workforce of today as well as the workforce of the future for companies in the high-tech sectors that are vital in making our nation's economy advance and run smoothly.
There are a lot of things to explore at HI-TEC 2011. The event explores the convergence of scientific disciplines and technologies like electronics, micro and nano technologies, advanced manufacturing technologies, technicians in the workplace, engineering technologies, learning and evaluation, biotechnology and chemical process technologies, information, geospatial and security technologies and the best practices in technology education.
HI-TEC is focused at attendees like faculty from universities and community colleges, industry professionals, workforce development advocates, counselors, high school teachers and technicians.
HI-TEC is also supported by the National Science Foundation. The National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program seeks to strengthen the skills of technicians whose work is essentially important to the nation's prosperity and security. Through collaborations with two-year institutions and industry, ATE centers and projects ensure that the future technical workforce receives the necessary tools and education in order to excel professionally as well as meet the needs of the ever-growing high-tech industries.
HI-TEC 2011 will be taking place from July 25, 2011 until July 28, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in San Francisco, California.
Computer, technology and IT consulting super giant IBM will be hosting their annual conference for business and IT leaders, Impact 2011, in August 2011. That is right, one of the biggest technological conferences of the entire year will be making its way back to the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada in hopes of bringing together computer, technology and IT professionals from all over the world so they can swap ideas, learn insider tricks and increase their overall knowledge and business. However, before you pack your bags and head off to Vegas, you should probably get the lowdown on everything that will be happening.
Over 6000 customers and business partners of IBM will be coming together in August in hopes of resetting the pace for innovation. Visitors to Impact 2011 will be among the very first to get the hottest information on new technologies from IBM's technical and business experts as well as professional analysts and other companies that may very well be just like your own. IBM's annual conference on SOA and WebSphere offers business professionals technical education about SOA as well as IBM thought leadership for LOBs, CIOs and even practical applications for users.
Visitors will get more value out of this one conference because it brings together technical sessions that span the entire WebSphere Portfolio including WebSphere Application Server, WebSphere ESB, WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Business Modeler to CICS. However, knowing what is going to be at the conference is only half of the information you need. If you are planning on attending Impact 2011, you will also need to know what other kinds of people will be attending.
Expected to be at Impact 2011 are organizations that are at all levels in their SOA journey. Impact 2011 will see businesses working on their very first
SOA project to businesses on the cutting edge of SOA. This conference particularly pertains to anybody who is a Line of Business Manager, Executive, business-minded IT leader, hands-on technical practitioner or IBM business partner who specializes in SOA. If any of those aforementioned titles pertains to you even in the slightest, then Impact 2011 is the conference you have to attend.
Impact 2011 will have special information on SOA that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere else from so many professionals you
can't find anywhere else. Impact 2011 is a hands-on conference that gives you the ability to get certified in order to help you stay on top of your game. Impact 2011 will be taking place from April 10, 2011 until April 15, 2011 in Las Vegas. A two day pass will run you $950, on-site registration will cost you $2,250 and is only available on April 9. Standard registration will run you $2,150 and lasts from February 19, 2011 until April 8, 2011 and the early bird special will cost you $1,895 and lasts until February 18, 2011.
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