AEA, Breaking Development, and my US tour

From 31st of March until 17th of April I’ll be once again touring the US. I’ll start and end with conferences, but I’m not quite sure yet what I’m going to do in between and I’m looking for suggestions.

I’ll arrive in Seattle for An Event Apart, on 2 and 3 April, where I’ll pontificate on the touch events and how they’re not the same as mouse events. It’s been a while since I’ve been exposed to so much Apartness, and it’ll be a nice start of my tour.

My tour will end in Orlando on 16 and 17 April, where I’ll speak at the third Breaking Development conference, Mobilism’s American sister conference. The good Breaking Developers have given me the code ORPPK12 for a $100 discount on tickets, and if you register before end of next week you’ll save another $200. Not a bad discount for a top-notch conference.

That leaves me with almost two weeks in-between conferences. I’m fairly certain I’ll be in Toronto on the 10th, and I plan to visit San Francisco and the Valley at some time (duh), but other than that my itinerary is still unclear.

If you’d like me to swing past your city, let me know. Unfortunately I’m not super-wealthy, so I do expect you to pick up my hotel bill, as well as help me out a bit with domestic flights.

Last year I ended up going to San José, Austin, New York, and Albany. I have no idea what this year will bring, but that’s what makes this kind of touring so exciting.

Anyway, I’ll post an update when I have more news.

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