Speaking at MetaMeets 2011 in Amsterdam in June April 28, 2011Posted by justincc in opensim, personal.
Hi folks. Just a short note to say that I’ll be speaking at the Metameets 2011 conference in Amsterdam on Friday 17 June to Sunday 19 June. I went last year and it was a lot of fun. As well as seeing a whole lot of interesting presentations during the day F, it was also a great opportunity to talk to people who are really passionate about virtual environments and the emerging opportunities that they present.
The social side was fantastic as well – everybody was very friendly and a large group of us went out to dinner and to various bars every night. Being in Ireland, this meant the consumption of a large amount of guiness and a certain bleariness the next morning 🙂
Naturally, in my time slot this year I’ll be speaking about OpenSimulator and closely related topics. However, I haven’t made up my mind as to exactly what I’ll be talking about yet, so any suggestions are welcome (especially if you’re going to be there!). I’m likely to do a more general or user-oriented talk than anything hardcore technical, but outside of that I’m happy to have pretty much any kind of conversation.
If you’re planning on coming along to Amsterdam in June then let me know and I’ll look forward to meeting you!
On another note, and in an eerie echo of last year’s Metameets post, I’ve got a little more time right now so I plan to start writing some proper posts again soon as well as the weekly development summaries. Look out for those in the coming weeks and if there’s anything that you’d particularly like to see covered then please let me know.