jQueryTO just wrapped up in my hometown of Toronto, and though it was my first ever developer conference and I don’t have anything to compare it to, I’m pretty sure all that attended would agree it was AWESOME.
Posts about Events
I love Atlanta. Whether it be the amazing selection of food, the well-groomed and stylish hipsters it seems to keep, or simply because most of our clients are based out of there, Atlanta consistently keeps the traveller in me content for the rest of the year.
About once a year, some of The Phuse team flies down to Atlanta, GA to do a meet-and-greet with our clients and colleagues. That time is now, so read on to learn about the events we’re attending and sponsoring while we’re there.
This Wednesday, June 27th, James will be volunteering at an “Intro to HTML and CSS” workshop organized by Ladies Learning Code. The Atlantic’s Ideas Report 2012 also touches on the benefits of endowing basic coding knowledge to students.
Last week Jenna and I flew down to San Diego, CA to meet over a hundred web designers and developers at the second annual ValioCon 2012.
The third annual Trek for Teens race day took place on May 12th, 2012 in Nathan Phillips Square. Here are the winners and some photos. Thanks for coming out!
James shares his experience at PartnerCon 2011 in San Diego, an opportunity to meet new photographers. While in San Diego, James had the opportunity to spend time with great clients and friends, some of whom we are lucky enough to call by both names.
One of the key components I see to inspire and motivate people who are getting things done is a support system of like-minded friends and peers. BarCamp creates this kind of environment for the technology industry, and the related fields of design and business, which is why I keep going back.
I attended Saskatoon’s 7th BarCamp on November 5th 2011. It was the 3rd one I’ve been to and the best one so far.
This past weekend, James had the opportunity to attend Startup Weekend Toronto 2011 where he met loads of amazing people with more amazing ideas and motivation to create them. In 54 hours, he worked with a team to go through two ideas, and a hell of a lot of tallboys. Here’s his side of the story!