So you think you know all about BPM, SOA and Cloud…
By Larry Walsh
In my last blog post, I extolled the virtues of the virtual trade show. But there’s a time and a place for everything — even a brick and mortar event, especially if the educational content is worthwhile.
With that preamble, I’d like to call your attention to the Impact 2011 Global Conference April 10-15 in Las Vegas. All trade shows say they’re educational – but Impact 2011 looks like the real deal.
You should check out the agenda and the speakers of course, but if you’re on the fence about going and would like to learn more, then I suggest you attend the upcoming Webcast on February 15 at noon Eastern time. I’ll be the host and my guests will be Felicity Carson, Director of Marketing, IBM Software Group, AIM, and Rob High,
Chief Architect for the SOA Foundation, IBM Fellow and Member of the IBM Academy of Technology. The Webcast is interactive, so you’ll have a chance to ask Felicity and Rob any questions you might have.
My take: if you go to Impact 2011 with a goal in mind, you’re likely to be rewarded. You can come out with a certification after an intensive few days. And you just might have a little fun too. It is Las Vegas after all.