Sebastopol, CA, November 6, 2008—Registration has opened for ETech, the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, scheduled for March 9-12 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California. Conference chair Brady Forrest has unveiled the program, which explores the technology of abundance and constraints to discover ideas that matter.
ETech is O'Reilly Media's flagship "O'Reilly Radar" event. Since 2002, ETech has put onstage ideas for radical innovation, bringing to light the disruptive yet important innovations that we see on the horizon, rather than the ones that have already arrived.
Among the participants expected to explore the future at ETech are hackers, grass roots developers, researchers, strategists, makers, thought leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, business developers, venture capitalists, city planners, medical professionals, life scientists, CxOs and IT managers, doers, and other technical visionaries.
New speakers and sessions join the program daily. Featured speakers include:
What technologies cross the divide between those who have plenty and those who make do with what's available? How do the two interact and learn from each other? ETech will explore some of these areas at the intersection of abundance and constraint:
ETech 2009 offers attendees:
ETech 2009 sponsors include Sun Microsystems, Yahoo! Developer Network, IEEE Standards Association, and Make Magazine.
Attendees are invited to register for ETech 2009
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