If you’re based or currently in the Bay Area and are interested in calendaring, next week is your chance to be an observer at the 29th CalConnect event at Mozilla, February 3-7 2014. The week is divided in half – the first half is an interoperability test event; the second half (Wednesday afternoon to Friday afternoon) is the technical conference and members’ meeting.
Non-members may always participate or observe at the interoperability test event – and we have a provision for non-members to come to a single technical conference as observers to find out more about CalConnect and what’s going on.
If you want to find out more check out the event web page at http://www.calconnect.org/calconnect29.shtml and the schedule for the week. You can find the registration information at http://www.calconnect.org/regtypes.shtml. Observing at the interoperability test event is only $350, and attending the technical conference as an Observer is now $395 (includes breakfast, lunch, a Wednesday reception and Thursday dinner).
There’s lot’s going on this time; check out the Schedule and Topical Agendas. The meeting is at Mozilla, Harrison Street at The Embarcadero. Come check us out!
If you have any questions drop me a note: Dave Thewlis or call +1 707 840 9391.