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A Summer of Speaker Sessions by Googlers

Looks like we're in for a treat over the next few months & this summer is going to be filled with exciting demonstrations and talks by Google. Canada, Singapore & North Carolina are just some of the locations on the map that will be seeing the likes of Googlers' presentations.

Next month at the ChannelAdvisor Marathon 2006, Google's Michael Adelberg, a  Strategic Partner Development Manager for Google Local will be presenting a case study titled: "Search, Froogle, Base – What You Need to Know About Listing with Google". ChannelAdvisor, a provider of channel management solutions for online sales and auction sites, will host its third “Marathon” conference on May 3-4 in Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention Center located near Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. 

And in June, Marissa Mayer, Google's first female engineer and VP, for Search Products & User Experience will be a guest speaker at iX 2006 (Infocomm Media Business Exchange) which is Asia’s largest infocomm and media event in Singapore.

Come July and Google Earth & Google Maps will be the center of attention during GeoWeb 2006 — the first-ever conference where hundreds of GIS professionals will come together to focus exclusively on consumer-oriented, enterprise, and government technologies and the Internet in Canada this summer. The CTO of Google Earth (Gearth), co-founder of  Keyhole and Gigapxl Project team member, Michael Jones, will be one of the keynote speakers at the 4-day conference and some of the workshops that Google will be conducting revolve around Google Maps Mashups,  Google Earth & KML. 

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April 12, 2006 Posted by | Conferences, Googler | 1 Comment