Are you going to ReMix’07 in Melbourne?
Something I’m really looking forward to is ReMix ’07 - which is coming to Melbourne, Australia in a couple of weeks (25th + 26th June) – a conference geared at Web and RIA development+design (with a strong WPF + Expression flavor). Remix07 is a cutdown version of Mix07 that was held in Las Vegas a couple of months ago – with some new/updated content thrown in (they aren’t quite as talkative here – and it will be a 48 hr conversation instead of 72).
It’s not often we get such a fine calibre of speakers, content, and tech specialists assembled locally and all in the same room (many coming from overseas+interstate) – so this is going to be a very interesting event.
If you want to go - but haven’t booked your spot - well sorry .. your too late - as they have now completely sold out and registration is closed!.
However – if you are registered to come – and are a reader of this blog / are into Media Center developement (or you’re something doing cool with WPF) - ping me a message if you want to catch up for a chat/coffee.
I should also mention (warn) that I was talked into filling a slot at Webjam 2 (being held at Galactic Circus at 5:30pm on day 1 of ReMix) – where 16 presenters will each have just 3 minutes to demonstrate something cool they have been working on. First prize is a funky Wacom tablet. Voting/Winners will be decided ‘Idol’ style (well a geeky version that is – and everyone will be over 12) – with ReMix attendees having exclusive SMS voting rights . I’m possibly going to be showing off Big Screen Photos 2 (for Vista Media Center) - but might demo something else instead – depending on whats ready /or/ working by then (and what sort of equipment + internet connections are available for the demo).
There’s still actually some slots left for Webjam – so if you want to join in the madness and have something cool to show off – then don’t forget to check yourself in for your 3 minutes of stagefright at this address. I’d love to see a few other people do some Media Center stuff as well (and I know there’s a bunch of great developers in Australia so come on out).
See (some of) you there!