Last week I had the double pleasure of being in Dublin, and attending the Connections special interest group, also known as Connectr. Neil Burston and Stuart McIntyre did an excellent job of pulling the event together. They've blogged about the event here.
There were several excellent sessions - including an overview from Heidi Votaw presenting on Connections 2.0, and a 'meet the developers' session which favoured us in Europe as we were able to take advantage of the local talent and knowledge in the Dublin Software Labs.
We also had a great presentation by Colin Mooney who runs the Exactit blog on knowledge management and web2.0 themes. Colin talked us through his organisation's experiences in implementing a Wiki and had some great lessons learned.
What struck me after the day was finished was how people in the session are actually leveraging social networking tools, as I received several invitations to connect from Linked-In.
Connections special interest group - Dublin
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