March 22-25, 2010 | Savannah, Georgia
The economic recession in 2009 hit many organizations
hard, forcing them to make difficult budget decisions. Many chose to cut
professional development and marketing from the budget, resulting in less
attendees and exhibitors than SEPG North America previously had. It was a
blessing in disguise. Countless attendees told us, the SEPG Conference staff,
that they preferred the smaller size. They said it provided more opportunities
to network with speakers, exhibitors, and other attendees—an invaluable part of
the conference experience. They also said that the people who did attend
despite the recession were the exact type of professionals they wanted to have
in their network—serious, committed, with a passion for process as a means to
achieve higher performance.
That's why a limited number of registrations will be available for the 2010 conference. Registration will be capped so that we have a similarly sized setting as the 2009 conference, a size that attendees and exhibitors appreciated.
2009 attendees also voted for their favorite sessions.
Here are the top ten sessions.
Read daily highlights of the 2009 conference in these newsletters:
Subscribe to the SEPG North America 2010 news feed for updates.
Questions? Comments? We would love your feedback and suggestions.
SEI Customer Relations
Software Engineering Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Phone: +1 412-268-5800
Toll Free (within the USA): +1 888-201-4479
FAX: +1 412-268-6257
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