he 2010 Trenton Computer Festival kicks off on Friday, April 23, at 8 a.m. at the College of New Jersey in Ewing, with a series of lectures and workshops geared toward the IT professional. Cost to attend this conference is $135. For more information, visit www.tcf-nj.org.

Below is a list of conference topics and their presenters.

8 a.m.: Registration

9 a.m.: “Turbo-charging Agile Software Project Management with Customization, Adaptation and Systems Thinking,” by Satish Thatte

“The Mailbox Rule: Securing an Evidential Presumption,” by Michael W. Hoffman

“So you want me to do more?” by Jay Griesser

10 a.m.: “Web Site Accessibility,” by Mike Barlow

“Current Legal Issues,” by Frederic M. Wilf

“Do College Curriculums Match the Needs of the IT Industry?” by Donn Morrill and Robert Kratzke

11 a.m.: “Operational Profile Usage in Web Application Performance Testing,” by Rajesh Chellamani

“Cloud Computing — A Fad or the Future?” by Manoj Pooleery

“The Magical Mystery Hour: or the Myth of a Matrixed Development Staff,” by Howard Deiner

Noon: Lunch and Networking

1:30 p.m.: “Best Practices in Distributed Software Development,” by Kamran Ozair

“Information Technology in the Public Sector: Public Safety Networks,” by Arthur P. Tomasino

“Developing the Next Generation of Cyber Security Talent: Penn State Initiatives,” by Richard Norman Watson

2:30 p.m.: “Application Development for Social Networks,” by Michael Redlich

“Square Pegs/Round Holes: Toolset Strengths and Weaknesses,” by Robert Gezelter

“Working in 21st Century Environment — A few tips to Survive & Thrive,” by Bala Prasanna

3:30 p.m.: “Simple Windows 7 Deployments, Big and Small,” by James Mikusi

“New Techniques in Carrier Ethernet,” by Mehmet Toy

“Architecture for Applying Social Networking to Improve Business Efficiency,” by Andres Fortino

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