Where 2.0 Registration Open – Discount for GEB Readers

Where 2.0 Conference LogoThe O’Reilly Where 2.0 Conference for 2007 will be held again in San Jose, California on May 29-30. Registration is now open. This is the conference to attend if you want to meet and hear leaders in the developing Web 2.0 mapping technology world. Last year all the major service providers (Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, MapQuest, etc.) and even major GIS players (ESRI) were in attendance. For an idea of what its like from a Google Earth perspective, look over my notes from last year’s conference: Day 1 and Day 2 . Visit the conference site to learn about it from a broader perspective. You’ll note the Google Earth / Maps teams were there in force. No word yet whether there will be another Google Geo Developer Day where Google held a special event at the Googleplex a day early and invited Where 2.0 attendees.
Google Earth Blog – yours truly – will be there to cover Where 2.0 again this year. If you’re interested in attending, registration is now open. Prices go up after April 10. O’Reilly has been kind enough to offer GEB readers a 10% discount if you plan to attend. Just enter ‘whr07geb‘ for your discount code when you fill out your registration (but, make sure you read about other discounts available – if you’re an academic there’s a 50% discount). Send me an E-mail if you plan to attend, I hope to meet you there!

About Frank Taylor

Frank Taylor started the Google Earth Blog in July, 2005 shortly after Google Earth was first released. He has worked with 3D computer graphics and VR for many years and was very impressed with this exciting product. Frank completed a 5.5 year circumnavigation of the earth by sailboat in June 2015 which you can read about at Tahina Expedition, and is a licensed pilot, backpacker, diver, and photographer.






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Comments

  1. I would love to attend, but that ~$900 registration fee — ouch. A little steep for a GE hobbyist.



PLEASE NOTE: Google Earth Blog is no longer writing regular posts. As a result, we are not accepting new comments or questions about Google Earth. If you have a question, use the official Google Earth and Maps Forums or the Google Earth Community Forums.