Alt.Net.UK Conference – 1st/2nd February 2008

I’m really pleased to announce that there is going to be an Alt.Net conference in the UK – called Alt.Net.UK!  For those of you who haven’t heard of Alt.Net, read David Laribee’s post to better understand the term – What’s ALT.NET

The conference will be held on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd February 2008 at the Conchango offices in London and is being organised by Ian Cooper, Alan Dean, Robert Grigg (Conchango), Michelle Flynn (Conchango) and myself!

As for the agenda, well that is up to the people who attend.  We will be following an open spaces format, similar to the Austin Texas conference earlier in the year, where the agenda is decided by the conference participants.  Anyone can lead sessions on particular topics of interest, participate as an attendee or just hang around and chat with interesting people.

Please note that registration is not open yet!  I will blog more when we have information on this, hopefully it will open shortly. I can say that the conference will be free of charge.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. I’m really looking forward to this, should be a great event!

Keep an eye on the conference site and the blogs for more information –

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5 thoughts on “Alt.Net.UK Conference – 1st/2nd February 2008”

  1. These events always annoy me, I think awesome! ALT.NET in the UK, then I read a little more and its in London! Put them in the middle of the country, give everyone a fair crack at the whip.

    – Granville

  2. Hi Granville,

    Thanks for your comments. This is the first event in the UK and Ian already had the contacts at Conchango for use of their offices. We have discussed other locations, lets see how this event goes first….



  3. Can’t wait for the registration to open – those of us coming from overseas or being sent by our businesses need time to get approvals, buy tickets etc. Time’s running out!

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