I’m excited to be participating in the Defrag conference this year. It’s Nov 3-4 in Denver. Here’s some more about the conference. There’s a really interesting group of people at Defrag – all involved in figuring out innovative ways to deal with the varied set of challenges faced due to a constantly shifting technology landscape and an always-increasing sea of information. Eric Norlin has pulled together a diverse group of people in a format that allows plenty of time for deeper discussion than most conferences have. The agenda features a bunch of great speakers and topics. I’m on a panel discussing "Fixing Foundational Information Channels" with a group of people working on better ways to share, present, and consume information. If you have ideas for interesting areas of discussion for that panel, please comment – I’m hoping we can go a level further than much of the common discussion in these areas that revolves largely around incremental changes to existing applications and platforms.
For anyone interested in attending,
today (Aug 15) August 31 is the last day for early bird registration prices. You can get another $100 off by entering "dh1" as a discount code here. I hope some of you are able to make it to the conference, and I look forward to brainstorming on some good discussion topics in advance of the event.