It's that time of year again when we like to show you what you missed last year at BriForum (and why you should go this year!), so today we're releasing all of the BriForum 2010 Chicago videos for free to the public! We hate turning great sessions down, so we don't repeat sessions during the show. Instead, we record them in order to make them available for later viewing. If you've seen our videos before, you know that we try our best to make it a great viewing experience, showing separate videos of the presenter and the presentation. A lot of effort goes into recording these sessions and publishing them, and I think each year it pays off with the amount of content we're able to get out there. In all, there are 84 videos available for free: 53 sessions, plus 31 booth demo videos available in our Virtual Demo Lab.
BriForum 2010 scored big with attendees, receiving some of the highest feedback ratings we've ever had. Some of the top rated sessions include:
Most of the videos available utilize our unique BrianMadden.com Video Player that allows you to switch between both streams (presenter and presentation), watch in full screen, and scrub forwards and backwards in the video at will. This requires Flash and a decent internet connection, so consider yourself warned! Also, with over 66 hours of content we can't watch every minute of recording, so if you notice any problems, please shoot me an email and we'll get it fixed ASAP.
Finally, you can find BriForum 2009 videos here, and almost every video we've recorded since BriForum 2007 in Chicago can be found at www.brianmadden.com/videos. We'll be featuring several videos on BrianMadden.com, so stay tuned for some of our favorites.
Happy video watching, and remember...if you don't want to wait a year to see the sessions, you can always attend. There's still spots available for BriForum 2011 London (10-11 May at Chelsea F.C.), and if you act by April 22 you can still snag an Early Bird ticket to BriForum 2011 Chicago (July 19-21 at McCormick Place).
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