The Trenton Computer Festival is seeking presenters and speakers for its seventh annual “Information Technology Professional Conference” on Friday, March 9, at the College of New Jersey.
The conference provides a series of 55-minute talks relevant to IT professionals, and program chair David Soll is asking potential speakers to submit a one-paragraph abstract for a talk to him at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, January 9. Full-paper submissions are not necessary, but a one-paragraph bio and a digital photograph of yourself should be included with the proposal.
Suggested presentation topics include (but are not limited to):
IT Management, such as how to build, maintain, and motivate an IT staff, digital rights management, or attracting students to IT;
Professional development, such as career planning, hot jobs in 2011, or planning for retirement;
Application development, such as SharePoint 2010, developing custom web parts, freeware in production application development, or managing multi-vendor application development projects;
Infrastructure, such as networking and integration, managing viruses, SAN vs. NAS, exchange and mobile devices, managing spam, biometrics, or next-generation storage;
Manufacturing computer systems, such as the future of real-time performance management, computer validation methodologies, or batch process reporting.
More information on the IT Professional Conference can be found at http://princetonacm.acm.org/tcfpro.
The 37th annual Trenton Computer Festival will be held at the College of New Jersey on Saturday, March 10.