Brown Bag 2023 call for presenters
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Now that Charles has arranged a beautiful venue and recruited MSE for day 1 sessions, it is my job to recruit speakers/presenters for days 2 and 3.
The Day 2-3 content is determined by attendees who are willing to contribute their time and effort. Because of this approach, we are not able to take requests for sessions. We will have a problem solving session where attendees can present a problem to the group and get help from the collective brain trust.
Brown Bag has always been about us (the community) helping each other by sharing our wisdom and has been a success because of your contributions.
Please contact me privately with ideas for a presentations. Session times are free flowing, so don't worry about a minimum or maximum time for a session. Sometimes Q&A can take an unexpected direction (always in a good way). You will not be cut off because of a time limit. Everyone has something to contribute. This is an extremely friendly group, please don't be concerned with public speaking.
I'll kick off the session offerings with:
Todd - XPA 4.8 RIA Android offline interactive maps in a browser control that communicate with the Magic application on the tablet/phone. This solution does not use the Google Maps API. Even if you don't have a GIS requirement for your mobile app, this session may br helpful in developing offline capabilities for your RIA Mobile application
I'll be maintaining the attendee and session list on a yet to be determined web site. I'll send a link as soon as it is ready.
Wednesday night dinner at Desi Vega's Steakhouse has become a Brown Bag New Orleans tradition. Please plan on it if you are not departing until Thursday.
If you are a first time visitor to New Orleans, the music and food are incredible, something for everyone. If you have any interest in history, I encourage you to visit the National World War II museum. It is within walking distance of the hotel. https://www.nationalww2museum.org/
On 9/16/2022 3:53 PM, Charles Coe via groups.io wrote: