April 11th, 2010

Reminder: WebVisions Lunch 2.0 is Wednesday

Reminder: WebVisions Lunch 2.0 is Wednesday

Spring is here, and that means tech conference season, among other things.

WebVisions, the locally-grown conference focusing on the future of design, content creation, user experience and business strategy, is celebrating its tenth year.

Ten is a lot of years when you’re talking about anything, but especially when it’s related to tech. Think about what you were doing ten years ago if you want proof.

Anyway, the tenth iteration of WebVisions is coming up fast. It’s May 19-21 at the Oregon Convention Center, in case you didn’t know, and Brad Smith (@webvisions) and his team want to buy you lunch this Wednesday, April 14.

This will be a chance to chat up the organizers about this year’s conference and talk to other people who’ve attended in the past. Plus, there will be the usual mixing and mingling that characterizes Lunch 2.0 here in Portland.

Sound like fun?

You know what to do, but I’ll reiterate anyway. Head over to Upcoming and RSVP and make sure to drop a comment if you’re vegetarian or vegan.

One last thing, even though the conference will be held at the OCC, Wednesday’s Lunch 2.0 will be at the offices of Hot Pepper Studios and Bullseye Disc in Southeast around 33 and Division.

See you Wednesday.

Upcoming Portland Lunch 2.0s

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I’m always looking for hosts, so if you’re interested or know someone who might be interested in hosting a Lunch 2.0, drop a comment, hit me up on Twitter (@jkuramot), or find me at a Lunch 2.0, if you want to chat IRL.

Want to know what’s involved? Check out the how-to primer.

Big thanks to all the hosts who have hosted or plan to host Lunch 2.0. As with the majority of the tech events in Portland, sponsors make them happen. So, we humbly thank you.

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