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Welcome EA Summit London

by Brian Burke  |  May 17, 2010  |  Comments Off on Welcome EA Summit London

Despite threats from the ash cloud, we’ve arrived and successfully kick-off the EA Summit in London this morning.  We’ve got a tremendous agenda lined up that I’m sure people will find the conference enlightening.  I’m especially looking forward to meeting with conference delegates, vendors and colleagues over the next couple of days at the EA Summit.  A couple of reminders for people at the Summit

–          Tweet your thoughts about the Summit on Twittter, using the hashtag #GartnerEA

–          We would appreciate it if you can take a few minutes to complete the survey at the Gartner Real Time Research centre

–          If you’ve tried to register for a roundtable session and found it fully booked, please check back before the session as there are always a few no-shows and we may be able to allow additional participants at the beginning of the session.

Most of all, have a great time!

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Brian Burke
Research Analyst
9 years at Gartner
29 years IT industry

Brian Burke is an analyst for Gartner, specializing in enterprise architecture and gamification. His groundbreaking work in the development of federated architectures has been implemented in hundreds of organizations in both... Read Full Bio

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