Any landscape designer will tell you that every landscape has its focal points. These points instantly draw the viewer’s glance and create the area’s perspective.
Similarly with tech events. Out of all events, some will be standing out. In web posts, they are called the biggest, most authoritative, must-attend, most important, most valuable etc tech events of the year.
Here’s a quick guide to the forthcoming events for the 2H of 2019. We have added some details so that you can evaluate the scale.
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Voice Summit. July 22-25, 2019. Newark, NJ. What to expect: 5000+ attendees, 15 tracks, 150+ companies at an expo, 15 topics.
Black Hat USA 2019. August 3-8. Las Vegas, NV. What to expect: 19,000 security experts, practitioners and business developers from around the world, 105+ briefings, 14-tracks trainings.
VMworld 2019 USA. August 25-29. San Francisco, CA. What to expect: 21,000+ attendees, 5,000+ companies, 44% new attendees, 56% repeat attendees.
Oracle OpenWorld. September 16-19. San Francisco, CA. What to expect: 2,000 unique sessions, 250 exhibitors and speakers from more than 90 countries.
MWC Americas. October 22-24. Los Angeles, CA. What to expect: 22,000+attendees, 2,500+ CEOs, 1,000 participating companies
Adobe Max. November 4-6, Los Angeles, CA. What to expect: 15,000 creative professionals, 300+ sessions, labs, workshops and preconference labs, 62 countries represented at MAX.
Microsoft Ignite. November 4-8. Los Angeles, CA. What to expect: 25,000+ individuals, 1,000+ sessions, 200+ hands-on experience
Dreamforce. November 19-22. San Francisco, CA. What to expect: 2,700+ breakout sessions, training and certification opportunities, hands-on demos.
AWS re:Invent. December 2-6. Las Vegas, NV. What to expect: 4,5 days, 2,500+ sessions, expo, hands-on bootcamps, hackathons, workshops, chalk talks, keynotes, some uniquely Amazonian fun.