As Bill discussed last week, we work in many different ways to build the community. Facebook, Webinars, Twitter, this blog—all of these social media venues help connect those of us in the community.
Sometimes, though, it’s nice to sit down in person and chat.
Which is precisely what I’m inviting fellow community members to do at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum (IDF). IDF runs from September 11 to 13 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco. While I’ll be busy attending the show for part of each day, I’d love to spend some of my free time talking with people about both HDXPRT and TouchXPRT. We could do it informally, by simply running across each other on the show floor, or we could schedule some meetings.
We could even make a group lunch of it. If a few folks can agree on a day and time, I’d be happy to set up and host a lunch at a nearby restaurant so we can share ideas while enjoying a meal.
If you’re interested, feel free to email me, and we’ll arrange to get together. I hope to have many good conversations with community members at the show!
Mark Van Name