July 02, 2011

July 15 - Take free Coffee for a SPIN

Posted at July 2, 2011 10:35 PM in Announcement , Meetings .

Friday, July 15, 2011, at 9 a.m., SoCal SPIN presents: "Social Models and Trusted Clouds: The Road Map to 'Social' Security" by Peter Coffee.

The 3-hour meeting, lasting until Noon (on the eve of the very weekend that the 405 will be Closed in Sepulveda pass) will be held at the Northrop Grumman E2 Presentation Center (in tall building off of Entrance 2), Redondo Beach, CA (formerly TRW) - 2264 Marine Ave., Redondo Beach, CA 90278. Ample parking is available in the Northrup-Grumman lot and, presumably, on the 405 (check radio 1070 for the heaviest congestion.) Foreign nationals must pre-register; see website.
http://www.uces.csulb.edu/spin/events.htm and
http://www.uces.csulb.edu/spin/flyer071511.htm

Your Presenter: Peter Coffee is VP and Head of Platform Research at salesforce.com inc. He joined the company in 2007 after 18 years as a senior contributor to the enterprise IT journals eWEEK and PC Week. Based in the Los Angeles area, he works with IT professionals and ISVs to build a global community based on Force.com: the salesforce.com Platform Cloud. He is a frequent contributor to CloudBlog (cloudblog.salesforce.com); follow him at twitter.com/petercoffee

Peter has 28 years’ experience in guiding the introduction and adoption of new technologies and practices as a developer, consultant, educator, and internationally published author and lecturer. He has appeared on national newscasts in the U.S., Mexico and India addressing a broad range of eBusiness issues. He chaired the four-day Web Security Summit conference in Boston during the summer of 2000; he has been a keynote speaker, moderator or workshop leader at technical conferences, business computing events and academic gatherings throughout the U.S. and Asia as well as in Australia, Canada, Latin America and western Europe.

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