Cheesesteaks and CMS at #JBoye10

I’m on the ground in Philly at J.Boye 2010, a conference full of web strategists, content management experts, and most importantly, practitioners.

I’ve been looking forward to this event for months. And not just because of those cheesesteaks (side note: I’ve already had 2).

J.Boye organizes the programming around the real disciplines of making the web work. Vendors take a back seat, schwag is minimized and conversations about the web are anchored to real world experiences.

I’ll be speaking Thursday alongside Jeff MacIntyre and Lou Rosenfeld on the Post Launch Paradigm–Two smart folks who I’ve admired for a long time.

The session is shaping up great and we’ve got a few surprises planned for attendees. More on that later.

Peter Kim is in the midst of kicking this conference off with a keynote on Social Business Design. It’s a standing room only crowd. Looking forward to the next two days. The conversations have already been well worth the trip.

I’ll do my best to blog and tweet the highlights. The one lowlight of the event so far has been Wi-fi access.

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Jeff Cram

Jeff Cram is Chief Strategy Officer and co-founder of Connective DX (formerly ISITE Design), a digital agency based in Portland, OR and Boston, MA. As the Managing Editor of the CMS Myth, Jeff is passionate about all topics related to content management, digital strategy and experience design.

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