After a brief rest post-Kaleidoscope 2010, I’ve decided to start posting entries again to my blog. I’d like to relate some of the things that happened during that busy week.
Saturday, June 26, the day before the official start of ODTUG Kaleidoscope, many ODTUGgers took part in the third annual
ODTUG Board Member John King contributes the following blog post on the first couple of days of ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010.
“Rah-rah Ron Brown Rockets! ODTUG Kaleidoscope‘s 2010 community project enhancedRon Brown Middle School in the Deanwood section of Washington DC. Volunteers worked organizing the
I asked longtime ODTUG friend, speaker, attendee, volunteer, and 2008 Editor’s Choice Award winner John Flack to share some of his thoughts about ODTUG Kaleidoscope.
Today, we have a guest posting from fellow ODTUG Board Member Monty Latiolais. Monty has been a big part of the success of this conference, and has served as content chair. Monty always is willing to lend a hand anywhere he is needed. If you have a chance, introduce yourself to Monty at the
As I promised in my previous blog posting, I got the opportunity to ask Ronald Bradford some questions. I hope this serves as an introduction to Ronald, and that you’ll attendKaleidoscope to learn more from Ronald in person.
MR: Would you like to share some background information about yourself for