This year, the Software Industry Conference (SIC) is in Dallas, Texas. Sytske and I were not planning to go, mainly because of the not so exciting conference location (at the DFW airport).
But after looking at the Conference Schedule, I changed my mind. This could be quite interesting after all.
And of course it’s always fun to meet our ISV friends in person again, drink some beers, play Rock Band, etc… 🙂
So Sytske has just registered us for the conference, booked our flight to Dallas and the stay at the Hyatt hotel. Plus we signed up as a Bronze level sponsor.
See you in Dallas!
Finally, here it is: the video of my “The Art of Ignoring” presentation at the Software Industry Conference in Boston.
Download the slides and full text of this presentation in PDF format here.
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This Saturday, I will be speaking at the Software Industry Conference in Boston.
Here’s a sneak preview of my presentation on The Art of Ignoring:
I just received confirmation that I have been accepted as a speaker at the 2009 Software Industry Conference, in Boston (July 16-18).
The organizers were able to squeeze me in, even though I submitted my paper way too late (sent it in last week, deadline was February 28).
I will be speaking on Saturday afternoon (July 18), in a session about micro-ISV Issues.
Here’s what I will be talking about: