I was recently point to a brilliant student film where students took four cars out to the Atlanta Perimeter (a highway that surrounds Atlanta) and drove the speed limit to see what other drivers would do.
The Atlanta Geek Dinner will resurface next month on May 10th. It will be in the Perimeter area (exact restaurant to be choosen this week). Save room on your calendar for a social, networking event. It will be a place to eat and have beer. Please let me know if you plan on coming by sending me an e-mail by clicking this link.
I noticed that CompUSA was closing about 1/2 their stores so I thought I'd take a look at which ones are closing. Interesting it looks like ALL Atlanta-Area stores are closing. It looks like Augusta and the Alabama stores are staying open. I would guess that the pressure from BestBuy has jsut been too much. The quality of their in-store help has been so bad the last few years that I am crying crocodile tears at their closing, but I am still surprised they can't compete in Atlanta at all.
Come join us for a geek dinner in North Atlanta this Thursday, February 28th, 2008 at 6:30pm. Please RSVP at the link above. We'll be meeting at:
As promised here are the slides and demo's from my talks at the Atlanta Code Camp yesterday. It was a great time and I got to see a lot of attendees and speakers who I haven't seen in a while.
My big embarrassment moment was at the speaker's dinner when I saw David Silverlight and completely forgot who he was (i've met him a number of times). When I heard he'd just flown in from Florida, I asked him, "Did you fly in with David Silverlight?". He promptly replied, "In a sense, yes..." I was so red faced.
I haven't had a chance yet to drop in on the ALT.NET Meetup but i'll be there this Wednesday. If you're interested in pragmatic development or just want to listen in on some of the ideas surrounding ALT.NET, go RSVP and join us at the meet up. As a bonus its a "Thinking Man's Tavern" in Decatur which is a cool little cafe with kick ass food.
Just a quick reminder that Thursday, October 23rd, 2008 is the next Atlanta Geek Dinner in Alpharetta, Georgia. We are meeting at 6:30pm at:
Just a reminder that I am holding a Geek Dinner in Atlanta on January 7th, 2009. Please RSVP so we can reserve the right number of places.
I am holding a Geek Dinner in Atlanta on January 7th, 2009. We will be meeting at 5 Seasons Brewing at 6:30pm. Please RSVP so we can reserve the right number of places.
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