170 South Market Street
San Jose, California 95113

Where 2.0 brings you the future of the geospatial industry. Now in its fifth year, the O’Reilly Where 2.0 Conference claims the space where developers building location-aware technology intersect with the businesses and entrepreneurs looking for location apps, platforms, and hardware to give them a competitive edge. The importance and functionality of the geospatial web have matured—it's not just maps anymore! Happening on May 19-21, 2009, in San Jose, CA, Where 2.0 will delve into the emerging technologies surrounding the geospatial industry bringing together the people, projects, and issues building the new technological foundations in the location industry.

You'll get three full days of Where 2.0 -- all sessions, keynotes, exhibit hall events, networking opportunities, and more. Plus, a full day of in-depth workshops deliver the skills you need to stay current in this competitive field. You'll return to work equipped with the insights and the knowledge you need to thrive.

The excitement at Where 2.0 is building as we add speakers and sessions every day. Just a sampling of some new sessions just added:

Location Meets the Internet
Location on the Web
Hacking with Google, Virtual Earth and Yahoo's Maps API

Location in the Real World
Footstreams: Clickstreams for the Physical World
DIY City: An Operating System for Cities
Junk Mail" and the GeoWeb Shine Light on New Orleans Recovery
Street Patrols in Iraq
Ubiquitous GeoContext
Are Geospatial Tools Supposed To Bring Us Closer To Place

Location and Social Networking
Reality Mining for Companies, or, How Social Networks Network Best
Ghosts of Location Based Social Networking Past, Present and Future

Mapping and Beyond
Beyond Maps – The Hyperlocal Experience
Decoding the Urban DNA and Harnessing the Power of Social Intelligence
Geography of the Stimulus Package -- from Stats to Stories

Tools, Technologies, Techniques
Building Map based RIA's in Adobe Flex and AIR
Spatial Database Tips and Tricks
Building Location-Aware Apps on the iPhone & Android
Innovation Through Open Location

Witness this ground breaking content first hand by attending sessions, workshops, Ignite, and the Where Fair at the 2009 event by registering today.

Official Website: http://en.oreilly.com/where2009/

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