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The Blogging Enterprise Conference

Posted November 1, 2005 by Matt Mullenweg. Filed under Events.

If any of you are in or near Austin, TX this Wednesday you should definitely check out the one-day Blogging Enterprise conference on November 2nd at the University of Texas. It looks like it’s going to be a great program, and I’ll be speaking on “Sorting Out RSS Software, Tools, and Technology” at 11:15 AM. Of course the best reason to go is they use WordPress to power their entire site. I’m looking forward to the conference and spending some time in Texas again.

Update: Shel Isreal blogged the panel and also has been blogging the rest of the conference. 

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