Three cool events this week, two in Berlin, one in Sydney. Enjoy!
“search. store. scale.” is the motto of this year’s Berlin buzz words that is taking place in Berlin on June 4-5. The conference for developers and users of open source projects presents more than 30 talks and presentations of international speakers including Aaron Beppu (etsy.com), Jakob Homan (Senior software engineer at LinkedIn) and Michael Busch (technical lead of Twitter’s search infrastructure team).
Check out the full program at http://berlinbuzzwords.de/
On June 5-6, the webinale 2012 takes place in Berlin at the Maritim hotel. The webinale is a holistic web conference that takes a look at business, design and technology in the web. Challenges from different areas such as e-commerce, social media, online marketing and mobile web will be discussed. Participants will be able to attend over 80 sessions, workshops and keynotes.
For more info, visit http://webinale.de/2012/
If you are a media and creative industries professional and entrepreneur, you should be at the XML Global Media Ideas at the Sydney Opera House from June 8 to 10. The summit will explore cultural and commercial content in a global world; creative ideas and innovation in media and technology; international media business opportunities; new media and new geographies; and new platforms, applications, and content. Speakers include Ian Charles Steward (Co-founder of WiReD Magazine), Warren Coleman (Co-writer & Co-director of Happy Feet) and Michael Naimark (Founding Member of the Atari Research Lab, the Apple Multimedia Lab and Lucasfilm Interactive (now Lucas Arts).
Find out more on http://www.xmedialab.com/xml-sydney-2012/