Our Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Chris Koenig, just announced it on his blog – DallasTechFest will be May 3rd 2008. Yet another city is destined for the inevitable world domination of TechFest. All signs point to some big numbers in 2008. Since all the events have been very successful so far (TulsaTechFest, VancouverTechFest, HoustonTechFest, IndyTechFest and AlbertaTechFest), it would seem logical they will repeat next year as well. Thereby, doubling the number of TechFest events. I am proud to say TulsaTechFest is a trend setter. I think we should all let John Kellar (Founder and Chairman of Nashville's devLink and before … Continue reading TechFest domination continues! DallasTechFest is finally coming – May 3rd 2008!
This post really should have came before my TulsaTechFest.com post chronologically, but I already had that one prepared, so I picked the lowest hanging fruit first. I had the opportunity to speak at the first annual HoustonTechFest.com on August 25th, 2007. It was a very awesome event. Michael Steinberg and the team from the HoustonDNUG did a terrific job. I got to talk to Ben Scheirman, who I got to meet recently at the OKCodeCamp where we were both presenting again as well, fellow Commodore-64 starter Scott Bateman. It’s always great to see Microsoft supporting these community driven events with … Continue reading TechFest: achieving world domination! HoustonTechFest was a blast!
This is my long over due post regarding this year’s TulsaTechFest. I have quite a few excuses like the long hours I worked on the MOSS and WSS projects mentioned in my previous post. Instead of spewing those, I will just try and post once a night until I get caught back up. I’m sure I’ll have to skip a few, but I should be able to catch up quickly enough. Building off last year’s success for the first annual event with attendance then of approximately 360 on the Saturday only event, this year blew the lid off. This was … Continue reading TulsaTechFest 2007 a Smashing Success!