Philly Emerging Tech April 2-3 2013 - Register today!
Friday, January 4, 2013 at 11:25AM
Ken Rimple in ETE, News

Remember that conference in the spring? Well, it's baaack! Yep, it's 2013, and so we are full-steam ahead, planning for the next Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference, to be held at the Sheraton Olde City in beautiful Philadelphia on April 2-3.

We have quite the show lined up for you, with keynotes from Rich Hickey, the creator of the Clojure language, and Media Six Degrees' Chief Data Scientist, Claudia Perlich. Notable speakers include Ember.js creator (among other things) Yehuda Katz, Jessica McKellar of the Boston Python User Group, contributor to the Python Twisted async network library, the inimitable Aaron Patterson (if you want a laugh, listen to him rib us about our conference name in his Code Chacuterie talk of 2012)...

Also we have Cliff Click (0xdata), author of "Java Performance" Charlie Hunt, Go contributor and creator of Sinatra Blake Mizerany, author of "The Culture Game - Tools for the Agile Manager" Dan Mezick, Jurgen Appelo (author of Management 3.0), the creator of the Scrum process, Ken Schwaber, and more are being added every day.

We even have Angluar.js expert Lukas Ruebbelke (see Angular.js), a Google-sponsored "single page Javascript" client-side application framework that uses JSON/REST and has live two-way data binding. (I didn't even realize we booked him when I published this so ignore my earlier version where I said I am speaking on this topic). And as usual we'll be recording sessions and hopefully podcasting too.

More speakers are being booked each week.

So, don't delay. Last year we sold out with two months to go, and I think as we add additional awesome speakers the competition for a ticket will get intense. Register today at phillyemergingtech.com.

If you want more incentives, the early bird registration is just $385, and ends on February 15th. After that prices go up to $450 (still a steal, but why not save and register now, will ya?)

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