Coffee and Code, for those of you who haven’t been following this blog, is a regular event where I “set up office” at a wifi-equipped cafe to make myself more accessible to you. We’ve had two so far here in Toronto, and they’ve gone quite well: we’ve have some good discussions, local developers have made new connections with each other, I’ve answered questions about Microsoft and its tools and tech, and I’ve also hooked people up with copies of the Window 7 beta.
This Friday, there will be two Coffee and Code events. One will be in Toronto (details will be in the following post), and the other one will be three time zones away…in Irvine, California.
Denny Cherry is a Microsoft MVP and Senior Database Administrator and Architect at Awareness Technologies. He’s forgotten more about SQL Server than I will ever learn, his blog is SQL Server with Mr. Denny at IT Knowledge Exchange and he tweets at twitter.com/mrdenny. He heard of Coffee and Code and decided that he wanted to hold one in his neck of the woods, southern California. I gave Denny access to the Coffee and Code blog, where he announced his Coffee and Code event, which takes place this Friday, March 6th at the Starbucks at at the Tustin Marketplace (2959 El Camino Real), just off the I5 and Jamboree.
For more information about Denny’s gathering, check out his entry on the Coffee and Code blog.