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 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

The 37th annual Trenton Computer Festival will be held at the College of New Jersey on Saturday, March 10.

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