Dear Developers, I'm sure we’re a lot - in this group - to have our ticket for Chirp, and I wanted to launch a thread so we could know each other a little better, before the conference starts.
The conference looks very promising on a technical side: we’re going to learn from the expert, practice during the hack day... Now, I don't know for you, but as great as it looks like, another reason that pushed me to do this 6,000 miles trip (coming from Paris), is actually to meet YOU guys! So I would love to learn more about "my fellow Chirp attendees" the official website is mentioning! Where are you coming from? Which projects are you working on? What are you interested in (concerning the conference and/or in general)? We’re going to be a lot there (something like 800 people if I remember well), but for a short time and in a very busy schedule. That’s why I thought it would be interesting to start the conversation, presentation and “who’s who” game before. On my side, I’m a 26 years old French Engineer and I created my own company to focus on IT consulting and (mainly on) Twitoaster (http:// twitoaster.com). It will be my first time in San Francisco, and I’d love to meet other developers to chat around Twitter projects, talk about our experiences, exchange ideas... I’ll arrive the 13th (will do my best to be at pre-chirp conf) and I’ll stay at the Orchard Hotel. Concerning the conference, I’m particularly curious about the Monetization part; and the Media Ecosystem development (but this part recently disappeared from the schedule). I’m also wondering how I’ll manage to stay awake for 48h+ :) Arnaud Meunier - http://twitter.com/twitoaster Twitoaster - http://twitoaster.com PS: For those who would have missed them, here are a couple of links about the conference: - Pre Chirp Conference: http://bit.ly/akOk0R - Hack day collaboration: http://bit.ly/cD3KAJ - Attendees list: http://bit.ly/9IeEmo & http://bit.ly/byKOjS - Attendees conversations: http://bit.ly/98nvAr - Questions for the speakers: http://bit.ly/aakPUN -- To unsubscribe, reply using "remove me" as the subject.