Session ideas for ProductCamp Boston - June, 2012

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  1. Why and how to create and edit articles for Wikipedia

    This proposed presention will be based on a interview I did with David Meerman Scott for his blog:

    http://www.webinknow.com/2012/02/how-to-create-and-edit-articles-for-wikipedia.html

    Wikipedia is among the top ten most visited sites on the Web. When there is a Wikipedia article on a topic that you search on, I'm sure you’ve noticed that article usually appears as one of the top few results, frequently in the number one position.

    There's no doubt that Wikipedia is important.

    However there are few people who understand the inner workings of Wikipedia and how the more than 3.8 million articles in the English language (and millions more in…

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    • Getting a mobile app to market

      Whether you're in an enterprise, create traditional hardware and software products, or in an exciting new startup - getting a mobile app to market is becoming a common requirement. The options and challenges are already vast and complicated. Let's cover some of the common scenarios and then drill down into the more interesting ones, looking at technology approaches, building vs outsourcing, development, marketing, and pricing.

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      • Cloud computing and Next Generation IT

        The term "cloud computing" is hard to avoid. But it means more than Amazon, Google, and Facebook. This session will cover how cloud computing is evolving to touch most aspects of computer software and hardware as well as other big trends like Mobility and Big Data.

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        • Do we need new definitions?

          From B2B and B2C to big vague terms such as business and marketing, let's casually chat about the terms -- where they came from, how to identify them, and why they are being redefined including whether or not new definitions need to be created to keep up with the social and everchanging web.

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