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Sign up for OSBC 2013

9 Jan 2013 14:27
SAN FRANCISCO, US: Registration is now open for the Open Business Conference - OSBC 2013! Sign up today and receive reduced admission - US$595 (regularly US$895)
Open Business Conference - OSBC 2013 - cloud, data, mobile, open source: it starts here

Dates: 29-30 April 2013
Venue: Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
OSBC 2013 aims to offer the chance to connect with the developers, users and companies behind the most significant open-source, mobile and cloud technologies.

At OSBC, you'll learn key strategies so that you can make your business more effectively data-driven. Nowhere else will you hear such a comprehensive perspective on the open source industry. The conference program features content-rich sessions from visionary thought-leaders and industry executives on how open source technology is being used and what the implications are from a business perspective.

Additional sessions include:

• Open source as competitive advantage
• The state of Hadoop, Cassandra, OpenStack and more
• Current trends in mobile application development, including HTML5 frameworks such as jQuery and Sproutcore
• Using Open Source tools to track and mine unstructured, as well as structured data
• Using Social Media and Mobile for the analysis of customer data and needs

Sign up today for your special discounted registration using promo code "alump" here:
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