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Announcing the Federal Technology Events Calender

There are an incredible number of conferences and events in this domain

fedtecheventsIf your focus is on Federal IT you have no doubt long realized there are an incredible number of conferences and events in this domain.  As an aid to long range planning I’ve built a public calendar titled the Federal Technology Events Calendar.  This calendar uses Google Calendar technologies so it is fast and easy to maintain, which means it should be easy to keep it up to date.

You can see the calendar at the http://CTOvision.com blog and at my company site at http://crucialpointllc.com Both point to the same data. Which leads to a couple related points:  It is easy to put this data on multiple sites, and, if you like this data you can have it.

You can add the events in this calendar to your own calendar or embed the calendar into your website with a few clicks of a button. Here are a few tips that show how:

First visit the site at: http://ctovision.com/calendar/ then scroll down.

You will see buttons labeled XML, ICAL and HTML.

To embed the calendar’s data on your iGoogle page or use it in other XML or RSS readers, click on the XML button.

To use the calendar’s data in your Apple iCal application, click on the ICAL button and open the resulting file.

To view a larger version of the calendar in a website click on the HTML button.

You can also tailor the calendar to fit on your website by clicking on the link: http://bit.ly/KlawY You will need to be logged into your Google Calendar to use this last tool.

I hope this calendar is a useful feature for you. If you know of major IT events in the federal domain please let me know.

Related posts:

  1. Federal Government Technology Directions and the Fed CTO
  2. Some “Must Attend” Events in the Federal IT Space
  3. Three Events of Federal CTO Interest: Will You Be At These?

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Bob Gourley writes on enterprise IT. He is a founder of Crucial Point and publisher of CTOvision.com

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