ProtoShare is attending and exhibiting at Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. If you are attending the event, 31 March – 3 April 2009 at the Moscone Center, stop by and see us at booth #729. We’ll give demos of ProtoShare 3.0, answer all questions, and listen to feedback from anyone using, or thinking about using, ProtoShare.
We’re sending down a team that includes Site9 founders Blake Johnson and Andrew Mottaz; Director of Sales, Josh Chaney; and Product Marketing Manager, Peter Uchytil. We also have some exciting product announcements to make during the Expo. We think you’re really going to like what you hear, and see. (Hint: A much speedier process of working, major user interface refinements, and an uncomplicated method to simulate rich Internet functionality.)
The Power of Less is the theme for the 2009 Expo. The Web 2.0 Expo website states: “2009 will be a tough year in many ways, but now more than ever, the core concepts of Web 2.0 provide an advantage. Lightweight tools, user interfaces, and development models will help streamline productivity and focus resources.” That sums up well our philosophy about the current state of things.
On Thursday, 2 April, from 12:20 – 12:30, at the Solutions Showcase Theatre, Blake Johnson will present Get it Right in the Prototype: How Collaborative Website Prototyping Reduces Costs, Time, and Headaches. Johnson’s presentation is during the lunch hour, so bring over your finest convention-hall cuisine and grab a seat; he’s scheduled right between Novell and Amazon.
We think Web 2.0 has definitely evolved into more than just a catchy – some may say passé – slogan. If you throw out the term and embrace the concept of cloud computing, an architecture that enables easy participation and collaboration, and tools that cost nothing to maintain, we say that sounds pretty good. As O’Reilly Media writes, “The web as a platform has shown us a new direction. Now is the time to answer the call and make its principles real in your organization, whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or a brand new startup.” Stop by our booth at the Expo, #729, and let us know what you think about Web 2.0, ProtoShare 3.0, or anything else.
For a FREE Web 2.0 Expo Hall Pass visit: https://en.oreilly.com/webexsf2009/public/register
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