BriForum 2013 Chicago $100 early bird discount ends tomorrow!

BriForum 2013 Chicago is right around the corner, taking place from July 30‒ August 1 this year. Registration is now open, and if you register before Friday June 14.

BriForum 2013 Chicago is right around the corner, taking place from July 30‒ August 1 this year. Registration is now open, and if you register before Friday June 14 (Flag day in the US!) then you can save $100 via our early bird discount. BriForum 2013 London just wrapped up a few weeks ago, and based on the success of that event I'm super excited about BriForum 2013 Chicago! (Remember, if you register for Chicago then you get access to all the online videos of the sessions from BriForum London too. So you can literally spend 50+ hours watching videos of London to prep you for all the "Part 2" sessions that will take place in Chicago.)

If you haven't taken a look at the session list yet, BriForum 2013 Chicago is shaping up to be our best BriForum yet! 3 days, 4 parallel rooms, 50+ breakout sessions, 40+ speakers. These folks are the best of the best. The most prolific bloggers, speakers, and experts—all at the same conference. 

Just take a look at our list of technical breakout sessions. Seriously, there is no other event on the planet that is independent / vendor neutral with so many world-renowned speakers. (Yet with only 500 people, BriForum is small enough that you can still engage with, hang out with, and drink a beer with whichever speakers you want. You're not lost in a crowd here!)

So get your registration squared away this week for only $1495. There's a reason that I'm proud to put my name on this conference! It's the single most important event of my year, and it should be yours too!

In case you're still not convinced, take a look at some of the comments we got on the feedback form from BriForum 2013 London a few weeks ago:

“All content is relevant to desktop initiatives. All the right people in the same place at the same time.”
“Deep technical sessions, different POV compared to product specific conferences.”
“Impartial views and opinions—not so much of a sales pitch. Good insight and overview of technologies and interesting theory.”
“The best independent forum for IT.”
“Very good presentations, excellent knowledge of the presenters.”
“Conference is compact and easy to attend. Interesting subjects.”

See you in Chicago in seven weeks!!!

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