My US mini-tour

In the first two weeks of April I’ll be in the US for the first time in two years. Events in Dallas, Austin, and NYC are in various stages of preparation, and if you like (and pay) some more events will be added to my schedule.

My foremost reason for visiting the US is Breaking Development, a first-rate mobile web event in Dallas on April 11th and 12th. I’m doing the opening keynote, and the speaker list reads like a who’s who of the mobile web. At the moment tickets can still be had — hurry and reserve yours.

On April 8th and 9th I’ll be in Austin to meet up with a few people — and to experience the Iron Cactus without standing in line with a flood of web developers who all want lunch at the same time. Kinky!

No official Austin events have been planned; I’ll be perfectly happy with something that combines the best aspects of the mobile web and the Ginger Man.

In NYC Huge will organise something where I’ll speak. I’m looking forward to this one since it’ll be my first ever visit to New York.

The date isn’t set yet, but it will be quite close to my Dallas and Austin visits. The official format isn’t yet known, either, although it’s fairly certain that the event will be accessible to anyone who wants to go. I’ll let you know the details later.

I’d love to extend my tour a bit, since I’m not sure when I’ll visit the US again. Which brings me to my question: do you want me to visit your company/city in the first two weeks of April? Let me know. Unfortunately I must ask you to pay for my hotel and possibly a domestic flight, since funds are rather low on my end. But if that’s OK with you, let’s talk.

I’m firmly planning to buy my flights at the end of next week (around 10th of March), so if you read this much later my plans are already set.

I hope to see some of my US readers in early April.

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