If you’ve missed personal technology events in 2020 and 2021, here’s some good news: It looks promising that in 2022, many conferences will return to near-normal condition.

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2020 was a wash for many technology conferences, and events in 2021 were largely online as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on schedules around the world. As 2022 approaches, many events that have been canceled or only online are planning a big personal comeback, including CES.

It’s still early, so expect much of this list to be updated in the coming months as events are added, removed or rescheduled. It is also important to note that many of these events are not yet open for registration. And if a month is not on the list, it is not missing – there are simply no events scheduled for this period.

With any luck, we will return to face-to-face trade fairs, professional seminars and industry meetings in less than a year.

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January

February

March

April

Maybe

June

July

August

September

October

November

  • November 1-3: ODSC West in San Francisco [in-person]

December

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More technological events in 2022

O’Reilly has a number of small, one-day events throughout the year. Please see this article for information on additional sessions not listed in the calendar above.

Evanta also hosts events for the CIO, CISO and other roles throughout the year in cities around the world. Please see Calendar of Evant events for dates and places, both in person and online.

We expect the following technology events to take place in 2022, but they are not yet scheduled.

Editor’s note: The article has been updated to reflect newly announced and changed event dates.

2022 tech conferences and events to add to your calendar

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