CEO of technology trade association to keynote Domain Roundtable 2009.
[Updated: things may seem to happen slowly in government, but change quickly with keynote speakers. The keynote for Domain Roundtable has been changed. We have removed the former speaker and added the new one to this article.] Jonathan Zuck, President of Association for Competitive Technology (CCIA), will be the Keynote Speaker at this month’s Domain Roundtable Conference in Washington, D.C. June 14-17.
As a professional software developer and IT executive with more than 15 years of experience, Mr. Zuck brings an insider’s perspective to his role as President of the Association for Competitive Technology.
Since assuming leadership of ACT, Mr. Zuck has provided analysis, commentary and background information on a wide range of technology issues to the media, the public and Congress. He has been called on as a technology expert for the major news networks including CNN, CNBC and ABC, he is a frequent contributor to national and local radio news programs, and is consistently quoted in the trade and popular press. A prolific writer whose work has appeared in trade publications including PC Magazine, PC Week, Windows Tech Journal and in several books, Mr. Zuck is in high demand as a speaker at trade conferences around the world.
Just prior to coming on board for ACT, Mr. Zuck served as Director of Technical Services at the Spectrum Technology Group in Washington, D.C., a consulting firm specializing in client/server, Internet and data warehouse solutions development.
Domain Roundtable 2009 is shaping up to be a great conference with a number of important people attending. As the first major east coast conference of the year, a lot of people are making the trip down from Boston and New York. You’ll see a lot of fresh faces on the agenda — not fresh in experience, but people that don’t typically speak at domain conferences. From a business standpoint I think this conference is going to deliver bang for its buck.
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