Unix System Administration Workshop For Eastern and Central Africa Women Engineers,
11th - 15th October, 2010 Nairobi, Kenya
The African Network Operators Group (AfNOG: http://www.afnog.org ) invites women engineers from Eastern and Central Africa to participate in an intensive Unix System Administration workshop.
For more information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Roaming World Summit
25-27th October 2010, Hyatt Regency London, United Kingdom
Maximising Roaming Revenues Through LTE, Data & Hubbing.
This year we are delighted to bring you two days packed full of opportunities to learn, question and discuss the current burning issues of the day. Join our regulation focus day to hear about the latest EU regulations and what is still to come; learn from TeliaSonera's experiences about LTE implementation; join your peers in working groups to discuss innovative tariff restructuring; debate methods of improving QoS, including GSMA's Global Roaming Quality Initiative; and discover ways to improve revenue assurance in Syniverse's post-event workshop.
Visit www.roamingconference.com or email ITMevents@informa.com for more
information. Furthermore we're offering FREE OPERATOR PASSES - email
Mubenah.email@example.com for further information.
North Africa COM
26-27 October 2010, Cairo, Egypt
The 5th annual North Africa Com is the ONLY event focused on the whole of North Africa. Incorporating 35+ speakers including 20 operators, attendees will learn from and network with the who's who of North African telecoms. Join 600+ telco professionals from around North Africa in the brand new, more central location The Semiramis Intercontinental - for 2 days of congress sessions & networking. What 's more, you can view & try all the latest technologies and products at the 40+ stand exhibition located alongside the conference. Attendance is FREE for all regional operators! For further information visit www.comworldseries.com/nafrica
G- South Africa
8-9 November 2010, Cape Town, South Africa
Google is inviting Computer Science students, developers and entrepreneurs to G-South Africa. Some of Google's best engineers, product managers, business managers and leadership will be speaking about Google's open web and mobile technologies.
For further information visit http://sitescontent.google.com/gsouthafrica/
ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2010 - Learning for All
1-3 December, Berlin, Germany
Under the banner of Learning for All, ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2010 will dig deep into 4 themes that form the pillars of innovation: Learning Content, Learning About Learning, Learning Ecosystems and Learning Environments, which will contribute to successful learning outcomes in the three learning domains: Institutional Learning, Workplace Learning and Lifelong Learning.
For further information visit www.online-educa.com
2010 Euro-Africa Week on ICT Research & e-Infrastructures
7-8 December 2010. 7-8, Helsinki, Finland
The “3rd Euro-Africa Cooperation Forum on ICT Research” will be an event filled with discussions and debates, networking opportunities and knowledge sharing among key stakeholders in the field and policymakers coming from all over Europe and Africa. This Conference represents definitely a unique opportunity for all parties interested in the ICT domain to increase the visibility and impact of their activities, to network and expand their knowledge.
For further information visit http://www.ideal-ist.net/events/2010-euro-africa-week-on-ict-research-e-...
ICT For Development in Africa “ Sustaining The Momentum, Extending The Reach"
23-26 March 2011, Ota, Nigeria
The conference will initiate research and practice agenda where ICTs will aid the academia, organizations - public and private and non-governmental to improve socio-economic conditions and directly benefit the disadvantaged in some manner.
For further information visit http://www.ictforafrica.org/
eLearning Africa 2011 - Spotlight on Youth, Skills and Employability
25-27 May 2011, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
The 6th event in the series of pan-African conferences and exhibitions will focus on Africa's youth. Africa has the highest percentage of young people anywhere in the world. How can it unlock the vast reservoir of talent? How can technology support education and training?
For further information visit www.elearning-africa.com