Ah, the pre-conference keynote entertainment. As any veteran conference goer knows, often hit or miss. I remember one company CEO who always saw his user conferences as a chance to play his saxaphone for a captive audience. On the plus side, his riff about how a good jazz band requires great process management was always entertaining. I remember another keynote where a semi-popular entertainer asked for IT buzz words from the crowd, and worked them into an impromptu ramp. It's amazing how much rhymes with SOA. And how thankful I can be some times for the distractions of WiFi.
 
At HP's Software Universe conference this week in National Harbor, Maryland outside Washington, DC, the keynote warm-up act was a re-write of Young MC's hit Bust a Move, but with lyrics about IT management. It was so cheesy, I just had to share:
 

 
http://video.itworldcanada.com/?bcpid=7044989001&bctid=96862436001 

 
So, did that make you want to bust a move, or did it make you want to ensure your children don't study the liberal arts in university? And what was your favourite, or least favourite, conference keynote performance?
 
Follow Jeff Jedras on Twitter: @JeffJedrasCDN. 


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