[sldev] Conferences/meetings/etc

Rob Lanphier robla at lindenlab.com
Mon Feb 12 19:06:46 PST 2007

Hi folks,

Thanks for all of the great suggestions (and keep them coming).  Some
were on my radar, some (like Rob Flickenger's suggestions below) were
surprisingly not.  I feel especially silly that I'm going to still be in
San Francisco when Ignite Seattle is going on tomorrow night (doh!)

I've got a bunch of work to do to put my calendar together.  I'm also
going to try to sneak some Seattle, San Francisco, and St. Louis user
group meetings in, not because I have a bias toward cities that begin
with "S", but because the first two are areas that I work in, and I can
piggyback a user group meeting  in Missouri or southern Illinois on
trips to visit extended family.


On 2/12/07 12:26 AM, Rob Flickenger wrote:
> I helped hold an impromptu Second Life session at Seattle Mind Camp
> last fall.  The room was packed and it was very well received.  This
> would be a good place to reach Amazon, Microsoft, and Google
> developers (and regular human beings, too...)  It's a small conference
> with very high signal-to-noise.  The next mind camp should be in the
> spring.
> http://www.seattlemind.com/
> Another good venue is Ignite Seattle.  It's a high-energy evening of
> lightning talks, held roughly every other month.  Beth Goza was there
> last time, talking about her island:
> http://igniteseattle.com/
> --Rob
> On Feb 12, 2007, at 7:16 AM, Rob Lanphier wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm figuring out what conferences and meetings I should go to this year,
>> and just realized I should be asking here.  What conferences do you all
>> go to?
>> Other that the really obvious SLCC and O'Reilly's OSCON, are there any
>> conferences you'd be surprised if there wasn't someone from Linden Lab
>> to talk about our viewer source code work?
>> Rob
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