Time to stop procrastinating and register. Better yet, take advantage of the package deal WebVisions and Open Source Bridge are offering, i.e. full access passes to both events for $300. Jump on that deal before May 18, and you’ll save $200.
Look at it this way. If you have an interest in either conference, you’ll get the other for a song, i.e. $50. Or maybe you’re a Web designer who wants to attend WebVisions who has a Web developer buddy who wants to attend Open Source Bridge. That’s a pretty sweet split cost. (Hint, hint)
Have you seen the speaker lineup for WebVisions? It’s jam-packed with local and international talent, assembling to talk about the future of the Web design, business strategy and user experience.
Oh, and Silicon Florist is a sponsor so the turoczybot commands that you attend.
Back to Lunch 2.0. WebVisions will be hosting Lunch 2.0 on May 20, the workshop day of the conference at the OCC.
You don’t have to be registered for the conference to attend, but if you are, you’ll be rubbing elbows with the speakers and other attendees before the sessions begin. So, you can get advance information about the content to help you set your schedule for Thursday and Friday.
If you’re not registered by then, this will be your chance to see what you’ll be missing and to remedy the situation.
As always, please make sure you RSVP over on Upcoming so they know how much food to get and drop a comment there if you’re a vegan or vegetarian. You can also +1 for Todd‘s cookies-at-every-Lunch 2.0 campaign.
Hope to see you there.
Don’t forget these Lunch 2.0s, coming soon:
The list looks short, but don’t worry. There are announcements on the way soon.