Posts Tagged: conferences

Why do you blog?

Darren Barefoot is presenting a session called “Why We Blog” at Northern Voice next month, and as part of his preparations he has launched a short online survey. There’s only sixteen questions and it’s pretty quick to fill out, so if you’re a blogger, why not help him out? I just completed the survey so… Reads more »

Northern Voice 2007

I finally registered for Northern Voice 2007 today. The annual conference has become a tradition for me, and this year the timing is perfect as it falls on the tail end of reading week. The organizers posted the schedule yesterday, and even though it is still a work in progress, it looks good. I don’t… Reads more »

Northern Voice 2007

February is one of my favorite months of the year. It’s short, classes stop for an entire week, and in Vancouver there’s a great little event called Northern Voice. The 2007 edition of the conference was announced a while ago, and today I see that registration is officially open: Frankly, all of us Northern Voice… Reads more »


Now that Mesh is over, I’ll need to begin reviewing the things I heard discussed, the things I learned, and the different perspectives on things I already knew. Conferences like this one always give me so much to consider – I never leave empty handed or bored. As I mentioned previously, the conference wasn’t quite… Reads more »

Building a Community

Tara Hunt is on stage now, to present the third and final keynote of the day, talking about building a community. Here are my notes (my comments in italics): Tara says she left thinking there wasn’t a tech community in Toronto, but thinks that things have changed now. She wants the session to be interactive…. Reads more »