Mike Chino

E-Tech Conference 2009

by , 02/17/09

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Attention all Fans of Future-Forward Technology!

Next month Silicon Valley will be heating up for the Emerging Technology Conference, an incredible event that charts the boundaries of blue sky innovation. Hosted by O’Reilly Media from March 9-12 2009 in San Jose, CA, this year’s conference will explore the way that innovative technologies are changing the way we live, and Inhabitat will be on the scene to bring you the latest trends, tools, and developments that are pushing forward the realm of green tech. We’re gearing up for an exciting week of hands-on workshops, luminary speakers, and cutting-edge exhibitors, and we’re happy to offer Inhabitat readers a 30% discount off the ticket price, so if you’d like to join us simply enter the code et09inh and register today!

REGISTER FOR THE ETECH CONFERENCE >

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Founded in 2002, the O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference is an annual cornerstone in the tech community, bringing some of the brightest minds and most radical thinkers to bear upon the current state of technology. This year’s theme is “Living, Reinvented”, and the conference will focus upon the way that policy, tech, and ideas are changing the way we live. This year’s speakers include Mary Lou Jepsen, Joi Ito, and Alex Steffen, and topics will range from advances in materials and manufacturing to state-of-the-art scientific research and breakthroughs in city and health-focused tech. Don’t miss this exciting conference – register today!

+ ETech 2009

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  1. JaimeyWB February 18, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    Thanks for the post Mike! We’re excited to be partnering with Inhabitat this year!
    Best,
    Jaimey Walking Bear
    O’Reilly Conferences Marketing Manager

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