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IBM Technical University upcoming events in October 2018
Mark your calendars! IBM plans to have back-to-back Technical University events in Hollywood, Florida:
When I first learned of this, I was not aware there was a city called Hollywood in Florida. The Hollywood in Florida is situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami, so you can fly into either of those two airports to get to the conference.
(Did you know? The Hollywood most people know in California is no longer its own city, but rather incorporated as a neighborhood district into Los Angeles back in 1910. There are actually thirty different places called "Hollywood" around the world, two dozen in the United States, with the rest scattered in Ireland, Turkey, Russia, Singapore and the Philippines. Not all of these are formally "cities", but in some cases neighborhoods, districts, unincorporated areas, or other populated places. The Hollywood in Maryland claims to be the first, established in 1867!)
I only plan to attend the second week only, October 15-19. Here are some highlights:
I also plan to be at the IBM Technical University events in Johannesburg, South Africa (September 11-13), and Rome, Italy (October 22-26). If you plan to be at any of these events, let me know! If not, you can follow along with Twitter hashtag: #IBMtechU