I had several people ask me about our Windows Phone 7 Developer Bootcamp series – well, we have one coming up in Dallas and I promised to post the registration. Well here it is! Dallas, TX I’ll have the information for the rest of the local boot camps as they get a bit closer
Got the word from Brandon Satrom that IASA Austin is having an OpenSpace event June 17-19. All you going to TechEd will be back in time, and Doc List will be organizing. Set your calendars and alarm clocks and don’t be shy about signing up, from my experiences during the last event here in Austin, it’s going to be a great chance to learn and network!
Just a heads up on some good content – tomorrow (Friday, May 7th) Doug Purdy is going to be presenting on OData in our Architect Innovation Cafe, 2-3pm central. If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at OData or just want to hear more about it and make sure you’ve got the latest info, this would be a great chance.
You can register for the webcast at http://bit.ly/OData_Guide
The Twin Cities HackFactory is looking to raise some funding and is raffling off a CupCake 3d printer. I wanted to help spread the word both because the giveaway is so cool, and it’s a great program to support.
If you haven’t heard about it already, the incredible NerdNight is having a special event tonight in Austin. It’s a social get together with some of the most interesting people I know of and they’re getting geared up for the mind blowing activities that are coming up as SxSWi approaches. Sign up, show up, talk it up!
If you haven’t already heard about it, Ignite is coming to Austin next week (January 13th.) Tickets are up, and at $5 for general admission or $10 for VIP, it’s well worth picking one up and heading over. If you haven’t seen the ignite format, it’s a fast paced, super dense information download on all kinds of great topics, so I’ll see you there!
I’m catching up on my email and news after travelling for the holidays and really wanted to make sure everyone saw that we’ll have Martin Fowler back in Austin this month giving a historical perspective about software and why where we’ve been has a lot of relevancy on where we’re going in our industry. If you haven’t heard him speak, this is a GREAT chance to meet him.
Signup is at http://connect.thoughtworks.com/austinevents/