One of the problems attending WDS07 is finding the time to blog, With all the presentations and socialising, I am not getting enough time to sleep let alone blog. So here is a quick post of the first 24 hours or so, written in bursts between sessions.
Archive for the 'WDS07' Category
After a late night and a good coffee I was ready for Oz-IA/2007. It was a jam packed days with lots of good presentations and time to met lots of people between sessions including somebody I had not seen for 12 years. I will run through the highlights of day for me.
After a late arrival yesterday after a QANTAS groundcrew managed to damage the rear cargo door just prior to take off and the resulting two hour delay. As photographs where sent around the globe to QANTAS engineers in Sydney, the Civil Avaition Authority in Canberra and Boeing in Tacoma to get the ok to fly after some panelbeating. Lachlan and Lisa where good enough to pick me up from the airport and deliver me to my hotel, which is great little apartment around the corner from Oz-IA.
First stop today was …
With both WDS07 and OZ-IA/2007 rapidly approaching, and a most of the local blogspace reminding people to sign up with Web Directions before the discount pricing ends this Friday at 2200 WST. (You should go at least once Ashul!).
It is time to put in plug for Oz-IA/2007. Disclaimer, by putting the Oz-IA logo on this post, I am will go into the draw to win a free ticket to Oz-IA. However, as soon as registrations opened I bought a ticket, so if I do win the ticket to Oz-IA/2007 I will have to find a fair way to redistribute it.
So Miles has tagged me with Web Directions Photo Meme to celebrate less than a month to go to Web Directions South 2007, that there are more digital cameras than people attending these events and to prove that I actually attended in the past and had a very good time doing so as well as […]
The story as I tell it. About fives years ago when Miles was working as a freelance web developer, he felt isolated from others in the insustry. So Miles and a few others set up the Port80 forum and most importantly decided to meet the first Wednesday of each month at a local pub to complain about clients over a few beers…