11 days, I kick off a week and a half of travel. I’ve already mentioned that on 9 May I’m heading to San Francisco for NetSuite’s SuiteWorld event. The very day that I return to Sydney, 15 May, I’m leaving again for the Gold Coast to cover the AusCERT 2011 information security conference as part of the ZDNet Australia team for CBS Interactive.
I haven’t even begin to think about what’s happening there. I’m assuming that a production meeting some time this coming week will help. But I figured I should at least mention it in case you’re going and want to meet up.
I do know that the following Monday’s episode of the Patch Monday podcast will include material from AusCERT. But I’m also doing news-cycle journalism, because in essence I’m filling the gap in ZDNet’s coverage created by journalist Darren Pauli leaving to start his new job as editor of SC Magazine. So there’ll be plenty for me to do. It’ll be hectic.
[Updated 9.50pm: Edited to show the correct number of days until I leave. See, I’m so stressed I can’t even count.]
5 Replies to “Covering the AusCERT 2011 Conference on the Gold Coast”
Guess I’ll see you there!
@Ben Grubb: Sounds like every technology journalist in the country will be at AusCERT. It could get messy.
Hope to be seeing you both there – i’ll be backing up your writing and podcasting with some video, should be a blast.
Oops, can you please update the website in my previous post. cheers.
@munir kotadia: All fixed. And yeah this should be a cool event. See you Sunday. I’ll be bouncing through Sydney from San Francisco the same day. I’ll be a mess.
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