Fall Events Lineup
I'm headed to Las Vegas, first for the Teradata Partners conference, then for the IBM Information on Demand conference. Both look like great events. Two weeks at the Mandalay Bay hotel might be overkill though.
After that I'm off to Orland for the fall TDWI in Orlando where I'll do the full day ETL evalution session. This time around we have Informatica, Oracle and the open source company Talend doing demos. It will be an interesting comparison. I'm also doing the keynote on Thursday where I'll be talking about BI, the future and what a mess emerging technology and culture are going to make, with little history thrown in for fun.
Then the European TDWI conference in Amsterdam, followed by TTI's portal conference in Rome. The European lineup will be fun since I'm talking about open source BI and data warehousing, web 2.0, web data extraction and web scraping. Emerging technology is always interesting stuff.
Look me up if you're going to any of these events. Lots to talk about.
Labels: events, ibm, TDWI, teradata
Posted by Mark Friday, October 05, 2007 10:23:00 PM |