DevEvening: Show And Tell

Thu, 6 May 2010, 18:45 - 21:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Bird in hand pub , Woking, GB

Show and Tell

 What with the launch of Visual Studio 2010 and all the events around Tech Days we thought that everyone would be quite busy this April.  As such DevEvening is taking a break in April but bouncing back early in May with something a bit different.

We also thought we'd have a short break from the 2 presentation format and have a bit of a change.  For May we're going to try something with a view to creating more opportunities for discussion and exploring real world development issues and challenges.

We're calling the evening "Show and Tell" and the idea is this. You turn up prepared to show and tell us about something you've either seen or worked on recently.

Of course we won't make you talk about anything if you don't want to and we don't expect you to give away or show anything proprietary or confidential.  Apart from that it's a pretty much an open agenda:

Written a cool new app? Show us.

Contributed something to an open source project recently? Tell us about it.

Got a pet project you're working on and are after feedback for? Let us see.

Seen something amazing and new recently? Share the awesomeness.

Assume you've got up to 20 minutes to show it. But if everyone is fascinated we may let you go on longer.

The only other rule: No blantant advertising. At least not without buying a round of drinks at the bar first.


If you've never presented at DevEvening before and have always thought of giving it a go now could be a good chance to get some experience and/or some practice.


If you think you'd like to talk about something please let us know with an email or tweet to the usual addresses.  You can also send any questions you may have.


See you on the 6th.

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