Some of the speakers at Fortune: Brainstorm this year.
Guide to events & conferences for the coming month
For the full year, see our full Calendar of 2011 social media, tech and marketing conferences.
Hope to see you at some of these! If you know of other must-attend events, please share by posting the info in the comments at the bottom.
|Project SEARCH||July 11-12||Minneapolis, Minn.|
|This fifth annual conference from QuestWorks in Orlando, Fla., serves as an opportunity to convene The Project SEARCH team’s international network of partners for a week-long offering of education, training and shared learning and planning to assist new and existing program sites in executing the Project SEARCH model to its fullest potential. Register here.|
|AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media||July 17-21||Barcelona, Spain|
|ICWSM, the fifth international conference on weblogs and social media, put on by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, brings together researchers from computer science, linguistics, communication and the social sciences.|
|CleanSlate||July 19||New York|
|CleanSlate 2011: Marketing and Media in the Tablet Economy is a one-day thought-provoking BtoB conference designed to explore the rapidly changing world of media consumption and advertising in the new Tablet Economy.|
|Fortune Brainstorm Tech||July 19-21||Aspen, Colo.|
|Fortune Brainstorm TECH is a marketplace of ideas that assembles top technology and media thinkers, operators, entrepreneurs, innovators and influencers. These leaders inspire a conversation that informs Fortune’s editorial coverage throughout the year.|
|OSCON||July 25-29||Portland, Ore.|
|The O’Reilly Open Source Convention assembles the best, brightest and most interesting people to explore what’s new and to champion open source adoption across the computing industry. Participants from the vast, diverse community will come together to learn, collaborate and inspire each other.|
|Summit at Stanford||July 26-28||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|AlwaysOn‘s annual gathering of tech power brokers, VCs and business folks, held on the Stanford campus.|