Hot Tech Trends: Looking Back at 2011 and Ahead at 2012
Panelists: Nisha Chittal, Colin Delany, Bob Fine, Jon Camfield & Bonnie Shaw
Moderator: Roshani Kothari
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What were the top tech trends in 2011 and what's coming up in 2012?
As part of DC Capital Week, NetSquared DC invites you to a panel discussion on hot tech trends from 2011 and what's coming up in 2012. We look forward to a scintillating dialogue.
- Will Google+ take over Facebook?
- Mobile apps and/or mobile friendly sites?
- Twitter news breaking, revolutions, what's next?
- HTML5, Flash, Ruby--Where are things heading?
- Integrated solutions and open api--Convio, Salsalabs, Salesforce, Civicrm?
- Open source vs. proprietary software--what's on the horizon?
NetSquared DC is a vibrant local community thriving at the intersection of social change and technology. We’re part of a global NetSquared movement that focuses on the exponential impact we can have when we combine our hunger for change with powerful new technologies.
Jon Camfield is the Technology Strategist for Ashoka Changemakers, where he builds platforms and leverages technology to accelerate social change.
Nisha Chittal manages social media for Travel Channel, where she develops social media strategy and builds engagement with Travel Channel's viewers.
Colin Delany is the founder and editor of Epolitics.com, a site dedicated to dissecting the craft of digital advocacy, and the Director of Outreach and Online Communications at the National Women's Law Center.
Bob Fine is the founder of The Social Media Monthly magazine, the world’s first printed magazine to focus exclusively on the evolving technology area of social media.
Bonnie Shaw, Director of Social Innovation @iStrategyLabs, connects people, place, tech and play for civic hacking and mass collaboration.
Roshani Kothari, co-organizer of NetSquared DC, is passionate about leveraging online technologies for social good, eco-friendly living, traveling, photography, and vegetable gardening.
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