My quiet (snowless boo hoo hoo) winter at home is winding down. Soon I will have to start tugging at the roots that have been deeply embedding me into my beautiful little place in the world and flit about the country …err continent, that is.
It all begins again in about a week.
April 3 – 6: DevConnections in Orlando (I have 1 talk at ASPConnections and 2 at VSConnections)
April 10: Not a trip, but I’ll be presenting at Vermont.NET!
April 11-13 – Maybe attend Devscovery in NYC.
April 22: Deeper in .NET in Milwaukee.This will be new for me – a big one day user group event with myself and 4 other speakers that I am honored to be included with (Michele on Indigo, Scott Hanselman on ASP.NET seen through dasBlog, UI guru Jason Beres and ASP.NET book author Bill Hatfield)! I also get to spend a few days visiting a good friend.
May 2: Huntsville, AL to speak at the HUNTUG User Group run by Lori McKinney (an INETA event). I am looking forward to this as well, though I won’t be doing the usual INETA speaker visit to the nearby Space Museum. nor two attractions that are more up my alley: Cathedral Caverns State Park and Burritt Museum.
May 9-11: Montreal for DevTeach! Yay yay! One of my favorite conferences. It’s less than 3 hours from my house. Many of my friends are there as speaker and attendees and Montreal is beautiful in the spring! Then after that Alan Griver and Beth Massi are coming home with me for visit and Alan will be speaking at VTdotNET. Yay.
June – A whirlwind. I’m hoping to announce soon a Vermont Code Camp in early June. Then there’s TechEd and then I’m off on a 10 day trip that is a combined vacation and INETA tour (with my hubby) to the Atlantic Provinces in Canada. I have always wanted to go to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and have been eyeing the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick for years, as well. I will be visiting New Brunswick.NET, the .NET Nova Scotia and finally We Develop.NET in St. John’s Newfoundland.
The list goes on. I have a whole bunch of INETA gigs scheduled through September already and am talking with Thom Robbins about a possible mini-code camp, too.
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