I’m writing to so many blogs these days it’s getting hard to keep them all straight. Here’s my thinking on the Lane Hartwell incident over at the Webguild blog.
Webguild is the Silicon Valley marketing and internet networking group that meets at Google every month and sponsors a couple of conferences each year. It’s a volunteer effort but run with exceptional professionalism and innovation by Daya Baran (Webguild President) and Reshma Kumar (Webguild Vice President). I’m looking forward to the Web 2.0 Conference to be held in January.
WebGuild will be presenting the second annual Web 2.0 Conference and Expo on January 29, 2008. The location is the Santa Clara Marriot. I missed this event last year but will be there this time and I’m really looking forward to it. Last year Marissa Mayer was the keynote and I’m hoping she’ll be speaking again. She’s one of the best thinking technologists anywhere, and a major reason Google continues to dominate the online landscape.
Note that this event is not to be confused with the Web 2.0 Expo series put on by O’Reilly Media or the Web 2.0 Summit also by O’Reilly.