This year at JAOO we are trying something different; inviting business oriented leaders, managers and directors. The underlying vision is to bring the technical IT-people and the business people closer together and to raise awareness about how to optimize the use of IT to benefit the business.
We have created a 1-day program with the business [...]
Every year during the JAOO Aarhus conference the team behind JAOO also organizes an IT-run through the city of Aarhus and every year it is a great succes. The run is very popular with the local runners, the conference speakers and the conference participants, many of which consider this a great run to end the [...]
Lately we have seen great participation from our conference attendees on Twitter and this is a great way to tell us what you think of the conference as well as getting into a dialogue with the other conference attendees and the conference speakers. We hope to see a lot of Twitter activity about JAOO Aarhus [...]
JAOO Aarhus 2009 is approaching and the JAOO team is busy preparing all the great things that make a good conference.
One of the important parts is the food and this year we decided to try something new. We have testet food from a lot of great restaurants here in Aarhus (we work hard for you [...]
This year at JAOO, I have one thing that I absolutely MUST see: Ayende’s “Object Relational Mapping += 2: More than just data object“.
If you are a .NET person, you probably already know Ayende because of his incredible diligence as a blogger and his (usually pretty bold) opinions.
If you don’t know him, I bet [...]
Finally the last parts of the tutorial program for JAOO Aarhus 2009 have been put up on the web and they look great! My biggest problem with the schedule is that I can’t decide what to attend.
The always lovely and interesting Linda Rising is giving two tutorials on Oct. 9. One about “Influence strategies for [...]
In this video CTO of Trifork, Kresten Krab Thorup, speaks about the concept behind the JAOO conference. He explains the 360 degree perspective on the developer role and tells us how the JAOO conference supports this perspective.
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For those of you that missed QCon London 2009 and those who just want to have the experience refreshed, I have collected a few blog posts about the conference. Both speakers and attendees has been writing very energetically about sessions on blogs and on twitter – some live from the conference and some as reflection [...]
Given the current economic climate, it can be distressing and depressing to think about the future of your job as a software developer. That is why we think you need some encouragement and inspiration.
At JAOO Australia we have invited, among others, James Ward, who will share with us how to develop sexier software with Flex. [...]
Even after more than a decade of organising conferences, you can still learn how to do it better.
At our latest conference, QCon London, the speakers and attendees used Twitter to great effect. You can read the tweets at: #qcon-tweets
What you might see is how the presentations were rated in real-time, and this had some interesting [...]
For the second time, JAOO Brisbane and JAOO Sydney, will take place in Australia. Last year was a success, both for the speakers who enjoyed the networking opportunities with each other and the participants, as well as for the participants, who were able to learn from gurus that do not often visit this part of [...]