NDC looks like an amazing event with a great lineup of speakers. I am hoping to be able to attend a few talks so I can soak up all their goodness. All my talks are in one day, so it’s going to be real wild ride!
If you attended ALT.NET Seattle least year, you might be wondering whether or not it’s happening this year.
While at Kaizenconf, a bunch of us wondered the same thing. David Laribee, Chris Bilson, Kelly Leahy and I chatted about hosting another ALT.NET Seattle conference.
Following in Oren’s suit, I wanted to let everyone know that Øredev is one awesome conference, and I am having a real blast! If you know me, then you know I am usually really bad about blogging about conferences I attend.
I forget to mention this in my last post, but this deserves it’s own. If you are going to PDC, check out the Open Space sessions, I mean UnSessions. I know, I know you are thinking it will be a cheap knock off.
I’ll be speaking at a bunch of conferences in the next two months, two of which I am extremely excited about.
PDC is one of those amazing conferences that I’ve been hearing about for the past three years since joining Microsoft.
The name alone pulls me in. Continuous improvement at the end of the day is really what we’re striving for. The names and methodologies we use to get there aren’t important, what’s important is that we get there.
With that in mind,
This year I'll be skipping an awesome visit to Barcelona to head on and be with friends in Malmo, Sweden at the next Øredev. I'll be speaking on the usual suspects and some new ones
This weekend I attended the long awaited ALT.NET Seattle, in this post I’ll share some of my thoughts from the event. ALT.NET kicked off with an opening session with all the attendees.
After a Costco run to stock up on food along with several others including David Laribee,
This is one of the posts that I have been meaning to get to for several weeks, but it just keeps falling to the bottom of the backlog. Tomorrow I jump on an airplane so I guess now is as good as time as any.
Like all good things, sadly Seattle CodeCamp has come to an end. I had a great time and enjoyed hanging out with all the CodeCampers. I particularly enjoyed hearing about the different challenges customers are facing in their implementations.