Last Saturday I attended AzureFest at Microsoft Canada. Big thanks to Cory Fowler at ObjectSharp for the presentation! In addition to learning about Azure and meeting some great people, I was also inspired by the bizarre “development machines” that some of the attendees showed up with…

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  2. Cory Fowler says:

    This is a great sketch, thanks for putting it together.

    I hope you had the opportunity to learn something at AzureFest and managed to get your User Group some funding. Thanks for coming out!

    I definitely learned a lot about running an install fest, mainly don’t do it, stick with a presentation. The afternoon session ran more like a presentation and went much smoother.

    Next time you see me in the community be sure to introduce yourself.



  3. Dan Drew says:

    Well I’m glad you learned something too, and kudos for the effort ;)