(Gawkwire) – CIOsynergy, a provider of thought leading conferences, today announced that Dom Sagolla, co-creator of Twitter and author of 140 Characters: Style Guide for Short Form, will be the keynote speaker at their event at the Hyatt Regency Toronto Hotel on King; Thursday May 3, 2012.
Dominic Sagolla’s 140 CHARACTERS: Style Guide for Short Form aims to do for the short form what Strunk & White’s The Elements of Style did for good writing on paper; via lessons in grammar and composition, but also discussing the importance of simplicity, honesty, and humor.
Dominic, a graduate of Swarthmore and Harvard, worked as a developmental engineer at Odeo when it became Twitter in 2006, and was involved in its initial stages of development. He is an engineer with AdobeAir, the founder of DollarApp, an iPhone application development company, and was responsible for the official Obama ’08 iPhone Application.
Open to Fortune 500’s and mid-market enterprise, directIT Dallas gathers senior executives from the office of the CIO, including Directors, VPs, Chief Architects, CTOs and CIOs. There is no registration fee to attend but seats are limited.
For more information about or to participate in CIOsynergy Toronto please visit: http://Toronto.cio-event.com or contact Araceli Delgado at aracelid(at)ciosynergy(dot)com or 847.278.2213 ext. 899.
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