community March 13, 2009

Jeff and Joel at MIX 09: Live Podcast

Joel and I will be at the upcoming MIX 09 conference in Las Vegas next week. More specifically, we’ll be doing the Stack Overflow podcast live from the show! Tuesday, March 17, 2009, at 6:30 PM At the Third Place hang out area The Venetian Las Vegas 4th Floor, Marcelo 4403 You will need to…
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Joel and I will be at the upcoming MIX 09 conference in Las Vegas next week.

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More specifically, we’ll be doing the Stack Overflow podcast live from the show!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009, at 6:30 PM
At the Third Place hang out area
The Venetian Las Vegas
4th Floor, Marcelo 4403

You will need to be registered for the conference (which takes place at the Venetian). You do not need to be registered for the workshops.

This is technically the day before the conference begins, but if you’ll be there, do stop by! I know Joel is bringing all kinds of crazy audio equipment for lots of audience participation.

Geoff Dalgas and Jarrod Dixon from the Stack Overflow team will also be present for the duration of the conference, so if you spy them walking around the Venetian, feel free to strike up a conversation with them and grill them on any aspect of SO. I grant anyone reading this full permission to monopolize their time. 🙂

If you can’t attend the conference, as a perk for those viewing remotely over the web, there’s also a brief 30 minute online-only Q&A; after the keynote with Scott Guthrie (aka “The Gu”) and myself. I believe we’ll be taking questions through the Twitter #askthegu hashtag. And with any luck I’ll have nothing to say because the Gu has more programming knowledge in the tip of his pinky finger than I have in my entire body.

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