While the US elections might be a little more than a month away, the non-profit tech world is already deep into its voting season…and I’m looking for your votes! The 2011 Non-Profit Technology Conference (NTC) will be taking place in Washington DC early next year, and PICnetters have submitted or have been asked to join some great sessions.
Of course, if you want to see these sessions, you’re going to have to vote for them! Your votes will help determine what is presented at this year’s NTC, so make sure your voice is heard before the September 30 deadline. Here’s our session proposals:
- What to expect when you’re expecting…a Web site development project
- Comparing Open Source CMSs: Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress
- Salesforce + CMS Integration Showdown: Plone, Drupal, and Joomla
- A Web engagement platform for 2011: Joomla and Salesforce.com
- Working with open source communities while putting your organization’s needs first
- Sucessful methods to get management buy-in for your Web project
There’s hundreds of other sessions proposed for the conference as well, so I recommend taking a tour of the larger list of session proposals too. See you in Washington, DC!
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