After 8 INETA trips (speaking at 15 user groups), two code camps (both overnight trips), conferences in Orlando, Milwaukee, Montreal, Bulgaria and Las Vegas and then summit at Microsoft – all of this in 2006, I promised myself that I was staying home for the winter. After the last trip (in early December) I was not going to travel again until DevConnections at the end of March this year. Though it ended up meaning that I had to pass on the MVP Summit in mid-March, I’ve stuck to my promise. (I’m sneaking past the fact that I’ll be doing a quick overnight in Albany at Tech Valley .NET (about 3 hours away) in mid-March.
But I can feel it starting again already. I have my reservations for DevConnections. The day after I return from Orlando, I have to drive to Massachussets for Code Camp for the weekend and then a few weeks after that I’ll be flying out to Seattle (see I get to go after all :-)) in April to speak at the South Sound .NET Group in Olympia. I’m skipping MIX07 but of course contemplating TechEd.
I will really relish the next month in Vermont, even if I spend most of it in front of the computer.
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4 thoughts on “One more month as a homebody then it all starts again”
Well, speaking for the SSDotNet, we’re very happy you’re coming out and we appreciate that you are making time for us.
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Hey Julie, when do you find the time to earn a living? 🙂
It’s really a shame we wont see you up at the MVP summit. 🙁 — Guess I’ll have to wait until DevTeach in Montreal.