Great ideas at amazing web & intranet conference

by Janus Boye
June 7, 2011
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The J. Boye Aarhus 11 conference is coming up in November. As always we are working hard to make the next edition the best to date. J. Boye conferences attendees travel from wide and far to spend 3 days together in a campus-like environment to learn, be inspired and bring home the hard-earned ideas and experiences from others.

Behind the scenes, we started working on the conference in November 2010, right after the J. Boye Aarhus 10 conference. Our ambition is naturally to improve the conference experience year on year and as always our focus is on the content of the programme. We listen carefully to the feedback from the almost 400 members of the J. Boye groups and our network of partners. The result is a revised programme format optimized for learning and networking with 2 keynote speakers, 10 conference tracks and 4 social events.

Don’t take our word for it

Here’s what past J. Boye conference delegates have to say:
Tweet by Beth Gleba
Beth Gleba is Global Employee Internet Portal Project Leader at IKEA.
Dave Scalera was with Ektron last year, but has since joined Adobe.

The below is from Jim Muir, a web developer at Ohio State University Libraries:

From our Irish-based partners at Terminalfour:

Terminalfour won the Web Idol competition in 2010

Mike Richwalsky is director of marketing services at John Carroll University and spoke about cloud computing last year.

and the below from Mark Greenfield who has attended more conferences than most:

It is not too late to secure your seat

There are still available tickets for the conference, so view prices and sign up. If you are not entirely sure, you can take a look at the LinkedIn event page and see who has already decided to attend.

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