There will be an informal meeting of POCO users and contributors in the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday, August 31, 2:00-6:00pm. We will meet at Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale, CA (440 N. Wolfe Rd). There will be a few presentations by Alex and me, as well as plenty of time for socializing and discussions. We’ll provide drinks and snacks. If you’d like to present something yourself, please let me know (email guenter at pocoproject.org or write a comment). I’ll post an agenda a few days before the event.
Please register at the event’s Eventbrite page if you’d like to join us. And yes, it’s free!
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We (Alex and me) are planning a POCO developers meeting in the San Francisco Bay Area end of August. This will be a rather informal half-day event, giving the opportunity to meet us and fellow POCO users and contributors in the Bay Area.
We’ll do a few presentations, mainly about the current state and future of POCO. Also, there will be some presentation slots in case anyone wants to present something related to POCO (ideas, projects, etc.).
Before organizing a venue, I’d like to find out who’s interested in attending. I’ve set up a Doodle event with some possible dates: Friday, August 24, Saturday, August 25, Friday August 31 or Saturday, September 1. Please add yourself to the event if you’d like to attend. Looking forward to meeting you soon!
Update: since the weekend of August 31 is Labor Day Weekend, I’ve added options for the week before.
Napa Valley not only has great wines, but also great taste in C++ frameworks. They like Poco so much they named a road after it. Or so I’d like to think…
Found on Hwy 29, near Napa, CA.