My name is Kevin Griffin.
I’m a software developer who lives in Chesapeake, VA.
Thanks for the nice article about the community speakers program. Can I add two things? One step that a lot of leaders seem to miss is to come back and schedule their events once the speaker has accepted. If they would do that, and especially if they would use the Community Megaphone integration, we can help promote their meetings through CM, the INETA newsletter and by Twitter. I know some of them don’t know their exact meeting logistics at first, but at some point, they should schedule that event. They cannot leave feedback without scheduling the event. Second, there is a big page of instructions right there on the menu (the second item -http://ineta.org/Speakers/CommunitySpeakersWorkflow.aspx). If that is not clear or needs more/other information, I can certainly change it.
really got a lot out of your mvc tutorial saturday @ codecamp. can you tell me where the final project will be made available?
Thanks for the demo in Philly.net code camp. It would be very helpful if you share the source code of MVC presentation.
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance!
Good morning Kevin
I got your details from Ineta and it says on their website you’re willing to travel to Bermuda! I’m the administrator for the .NET User Group in Bermuda. This summer we are teaming up with the local SharePoint User Group to hold a SharePoint and .NET Saturday. There’s a little more info here; https://spsevents.org/worldwide/bermuda/Pages/SPS%20Bermuda%202013.aspx
We looking to bring in a range of speakers to satisfy our broad community and are hoping that Bermuda being a ‘holiday destination’ might attract some speakers despite the distance! Unfortunately, as is the nature of SPS events, we don’t have any funding available to support speakers.
If you’re interested, there’s a speaker form on the website of you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with
any questions. Alternatively please contact me direct with any general questions.