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About: Global IT Community Association

Representing over 1000 member organizations and over 5.5 million IT professionals, GITCA is the world's largest international not-for-profit independent organization powered by dedicated volunteers devoted to the development and growth of the IT community by providing services to support leaders and connect user groups, associations, and student IT organizations. GITCA stands committed to the free exchange of resources, ultimately elevating the status of the IT Professional both in their industry and in the community.


GITCA Volunteers in the News

Michael Jenkin is the APAC Regional Chair and hails from Adelaide, Australia. Three years ago Michael and a partner started Business Technology Partners [see the ARN article]. Recently ARN reviewed the company’s progress and gave them a glowing report. Here are some of Michael’s tips for success...more

 

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Upcoming Events

Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions at TechEd North America 2012

Can’t attend TechEd North America 2012 but still want to take part in the very popular IT Pro BOF sessions  (click the link and search for BOF to see the sessions), which are again being run by GITCA in 2012, then why not attend virtually? Like in 2011 all of the sessions will be streamed live (audio and video) and recorded for later viewing if desired. To attend live you can register at https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032513059&culture=en-US. In addition this year you will be able to interact with the live sessions by submitting questions and comments using a chat tool. After moderation the questions and comments will be fed to the session facilitators by volunteers from GITCA. The Twitter hashtag is #BOFIT.  

 

For those of you who are unfamiliar with BOF, the sessions are based upon topics submitted by community members and facilitated by community members. Unlike lecture style sessions, the BOF sessions provide a unique opportunity to have an open and frank discussion with your fellow IT Pros.

- GITCA Global Board