Press Release: November 19, 2001
Call for Participation: O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference
Sebastopol, CA--O'Reilly & Associates invites entrepreneurs, technologists, programmers, business developers, policy-makers, and Internet strategists to lead tutorial and conference sessions at the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference. The standard client-server architecture is evolving to new levels that connect users to users, devices to devices, services to services, and programs to programs. This event explores the growing realm of technology devoted to building distributed, wireless, and interactive networks.
Conference participants will become a vital part of the conversation that explores and invents this new Internet structure. Any innovative application that harnesses the power of distributed computers, users or devices (in particular, distributed networking infrastructure, identity services, wireless networking, GPS/GIS location services, standards, privacy, and security), and the technical or business issues raised by such applications, are appropriate subjects for this conference.
Tracks will include business implementations and models, untethered networking technologies and applications, biological models of computing, Web services, and Peer-to-Peer. The conference program will be of interest to developers, technical strategists, IT professionals, and business-persons.
The submission deadline for all proposals is December 12, 2001. Presenters will be notified of selection results by January 22, 2002.Online Resources:
More participation details and to submit proposals.
For information on exhibition and sponsorship opportunities at the conference, contact Andrew Calvo at (707) 827-7176.
Check out O'Reilly's latest related release, 2001 P2P Networking Overview.
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