My friend and fellow conference organizer, Gray Herter, just sent me a picture he took of me speaking at the DevIgnition Conference at Booz Allen Hamilton’s Newman Auditorium in McLean, VA. This is another of the 37 plus places that I’ve spoken at, although it was a very, very nice venue. There were roughly 150 attendees present at the event.
Planning for DevIgnition 2011 is in progress. Look for a probable December 9th landing date.
I just got an awesome DevIgnition bumper, an animated introduction culminating in the DevIgnition logo, from Don Anderson. Now that I’ve got this, I can start getting the DevIgnition conference videos completed. Expect some nice online technical videos shortly.
It’s official. The DevIgnition 2010 conference is sold out. It only took 12 days for the event to sell out. You can still sign up for the waiting list, though. You might still get a ticket if other attendees cancel out.
DevIgnition tickets are going quickly. Tickets have only been available for 4 days, and we’re about one-third sold out already. So get you ticket soon because they’ll probably all be gone within a week.
I’m one of the organizers of the new DevIgnition Conference, which will be held December 3, 2010 at the Oracle building in Reston, VA. Tickets will be released to prospective attendees on Monday, October 18th.