April 25th, 2010
Webtrends, Network Redux to Co-Host Lunch 2.0 on June 16
You probably know that Webtrends has been on a roll lately, recently launching Facebook analytics, and becoming the new nexus for Portland tech meetups.
You might also know that Network Redux (pronounced re-ducks) hosts many local sites, including the Webtrends blog network and the Portland WordPress User Group (@pdxwp), as well as sites for products you probably know like Camino (Rick’s favorite browser), Growl and Adium.
I feel a Reese’s reference to peanut butter and chocolate bubbling up, but I’m sure you’ve read enough of those here already.
Mr. Beer and Blog, Justin Kistner (@justinkistner) from Webtrends and Garett Stenson (@garettstenson) from Network Redux are preparing an interesting agenda for the lunch, including a Q&A forum about web analytics, web hosting, data analysis and storage.
You know, all the critical infrastructure it takes to be on teh intertubes. Their content and advice will be broadly applicable to any and everyone, from the individual with a single blog, all the way to a complex enterprise.
I also hear there may be some announcements and goodies in addition to the free grub, good company and interwebs advice.
Oh, and if you still need convincing, think Webtrends’ balcony in June. Should be a great time to get 16 stories up in the air to see what you can see of the metro area.
Here’s the skinny:
When: June 16, 2010 from 12 PM to 2 PM
As always, please RSVP for yourself and any guests you plan on bringing, so the hosts will know how much food they need. Also, if you’re vegan/vegetarian, make sure to shout out in the comments on the Upcoming event.
Upcoming Portland Lunch 2.0s
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.