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Open Source Collaboration and Integration with MindTouch Deki

Aaron Fulkerson (MindTouch, Inc. )
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Learn how MindTouch Deki connects people, enterprise systems, web-services and Web 2.0 applications and enables users to mashup and surface data from these disparate systems in an easy to use wiki interface. All with IT governance and without requiring a programmer.

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Aaron Fulkerson

MindTouch, Inc.

As co-founder and CEO of MindTouch, Aaron has grown a small open source project into one of the World’s most popular and positioned it as #1 in open source collaboration with tens of millions of users globally and an impressive customer list of Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies and mid-market companies. Prior to co-founding MindTouch, Aaron was a member of Microsoft’s Advanced Strategies and Policies division and worked on distributed systems research. Previously he owned and operated a successful software and Information Technology consulting firm, Gurion Digital LLP. He has held senior positions at software startups, has helped to launch several non-profits and businesses outside the software industry.

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