Well, I'm a bit late in getting this out, but the Internet User Experience Conference is ongoing at Washtenaw Community College. It runs through Thursday, April 2.
On Wednesday April 1, Corey Haines will be speaking at the Ann Arbor Computer Society. He'll talk about Software Craftsmanship, but I think that you will probably be able to entice him to talk a bit about how he's spent his past few months, on his Pair Programming Tour, as well. I saw Corey last week at the Philadelphia Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Confernece. He's an amazing speaker, and it will be a real treat to have him in town. He's going to be hanging out at SRT on Thursday and Friday, pairing with our staff on various projects, so I'm really looking forward to his trip.
Also on Wednesday, at the UM Ross School of Business, you can hear Jason Mendelson, Managing Director of Foundry Group, a Boulder-based venture capital firm that invests in early-stage information technology companies, speak on "Building an Entrepreneurial Community: Lessons from Boulder". The meeting starts at 7 pm.
Head directly from your choice of Wednesday evening events to theWeekly CoffeeHouseCoders, 9 PM at Mujo, in the Duderstadt Center (Media Union): http://coffeehousecoders.org
Thursday, April 2 is the monthly Michigan Python User Group meeting, at SRT Solutions, starting at 7 pm. There will be some discussion of what happened at PyCon last week in Chicago. And if that's not enough Python for you, the Ann Arbor .NET Developer group meeting next week, Wednesday April 8, features Darrell Hawley on IronPython. That meeting starts at 6 pm.
This is an "off" week for SRT lightning talks, but there are plenty of other things going on Friday afternoon. "Ask the VC: Live" with Jason Mendelson, Founder/MGP of Foundry Group. Jason says, "I'm going to plant my butt in a conference room on campus for a couple of hours and talk to anyone that wants to come by and chat, pitch me, talk about venture capital, etc.". Meet him between 3 – 5 PM at Lorch Hall (Economics Building) Room 171, 611 Tappan.
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