Glue is the only conference devoted solely to solving the web application integration problem-set. People that should attend Glue include the architects, developers, administrators and integrators that have moved past the initial step of seeing the web as a platform, and are facing the real-world challenges of what "stove-piped" web applications mean for their overall strategy. Glue is about all of bits and pieces, APIs and meta-data, standards and connectors that will help us to glue together the varying applications of the new platform.

Glue is being organized by:

Eric Norlin

Eric Norlin began organizing technology conferences in 1999. In 2002, he became an owner and organizer of Digital ID World, which was acquired by IDG via a joint venture in 2005. More recently, he founded SaaScon (Software as a Services conference) in conjunction with IDG World Expo. He also currently runs the successful Defrag Conference. Eric's foray into technology began when his father brought home a Commodore 64, evolved into work with the National Security Agency, and transitioned into roles running content for technology conferences, writing articles for technology publications and serving as a vice president of marketing at an identity technology startup (Ping Identity). Eric's work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Inc. Magazine, CNet and NetworkWorld.


Seth Levine

Seth’s career spans venture capital investing as well as operational, transactional and advisory roles at both public and private companies. Seth is currently a Managing Director at Foundry Group, a Boulder, CO based technology venture capital firm. Prior to co-founding Foundry Group, Seth began his venture capital career at Mobius Venture Capital. Before Mobius, Seth worked at several data communications and telecoms companies in both operational and corporate development roles, managing several business units and completing numerous acquisitions, financings and divestitures. Seth started his career in the corporate finance division of Morgan Stanley.

He writes a blog on technology, investing and living in Colorado at

Phil Becker

Phil Becker has been in the computer industry since 1967 and has his signature on both the Moon and Mars as part of computer communications projects he built for the Apollo and Viking missions. He has created technology to link computers for both the pre-Internet and Internet eras. As an entrepreneur he has built and taken public companies in the computer communications space. In 1992 he founded ISPCON and grew it to be the premiere Internet Service Provider Trade Show. Phil was the former Editor-in-Chief of Digital ID World and former Managing Partner of Digital Identity World, LLC before selling DIDW to IDG in 2007.



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