We are delighted to launch the first event in a new series of seminars we will be hosting in our offices in London. This series of events will involve influential individuals from the software world, speaking in an informal and relaxed environment. Held in our offices on the 29th floor of Centre Point overlooking the city of London, these events aim to provide a forum to inspire ideas and spark interesting debate amongst the audience.
Do you want an opportunity to learn from a master of technology, common sense and plain talk? Do you want to ask questions you may have been afraid to ask before? Or maybe you are just curious, and want to engage with these ideas and gain new insights? If so, this event is for you, and we are extremely lucky to have the world renowned solutions architect and thought leader – Udi Dahan, who joins us for the evening of 20th May 2010 to kick-off our Software Influentials Series.
Udi Dahan’s reputation in the broad software development community is exemplary. He is well known within the Microsoft ecosystem and also beyond its boundaries as a world class software architect and thought leader in distributed systems design specialising in Service-Oriented, scalable and secure systems design. At this event you’ll get a chance to meet and chat face to face with the man himself. Udi will present a personal perspective on problems and pitfalls in distributed systems design and development and share some pretty simple practices to overcome them.
If you would like to attend this event, please complete the registration form on our events page. Please note that tickets are limited for this event and we will close registration on Monday 10th May and select attendees at random. We will inform you by Thursday 13th May if you have been successful.
Onalytica has been tracking the online, public debate about David Cameron since September 2006.
The table below shows who are influential in the public debate on the topic of David Cameron.
|Website ||Influence |
|www.guardian.co.uk || 78.0 |
|news.bbc.co.uk || 75.6 |
|www.telegraph.co.uk || 60.7 |
|www.timesonline.co.uk || 41.9 |
|www.conservatives.com || 34.1 |
|www.dailymail.co.uk || 33.5 |
|www.independent.co.uk || 28.6 |
|www.bbc.co.uk || 27.9 |
|conservativehome.blogs.com || 21.7 |
|blogs.telegraph.co.uk || 17.0 |
|www.ft.com || 12.0 |
|iaindale.blogspot.com || 11.9 |
|www.spectator.co.uk || 11.6 |
|www.thesun.co.uk || 11.6 |
The Economist today carries an article about David Cameron. Its influence on the topic is 4.9, just after Mail on Sunday with 5.2 and ahead of Guido Fawkes at 4.5.
Looking at historical trends of influence on this topic, it is interesting to see that The Economist have roughly halved its influence (relative to The Guardian) in the last year on the topic of 'David Cameron'.