Log in to like this post! Brent Goes South For The Winter Tour 2013 Brent Schooley / Monday, March 11, 2013 First off, yes I know it is March and Spring is right around the corner. However, it’s not Spring yet and when I left home via Newark-Liberty International Airport the plane needed to be de-iced before takeoff. Snow was coming down, it was cold, planes were being delayed… in my books, that’s Winter and it doesn’t look like it’s going away fast enough for my liking. So, I’m going south. In fact, I’m already on my way since I’m writing this from Roanoke (more on that in a later post). Where am I going? This trip will take me south through Virginia, North Carolina and then finally on a tour of Florida. In particular, I will be speaking (or have already spoken) at the following events: March 9 – Roanoke Code Camp 2013 – Virginia Western Community College, Roanoke, VA March 13 – Triangle .NET User Group Main Meeting – Microsoft RTP, Durham, NC March 16 – Orlando Code Camp 2013 – Seminole State College, Sanford, FL March 19 – Tampa Bay Windows Developer User Group – AgileThought Tampa, Tampa, FL March 20 – SW Florida .NET Developers Group – Polaris Center, Naples, FL March 21 – dotNet Miami – Planet Linux Caffe, Coral Gables, FL After these events occur I will post a follow-up and the list above will light up with links to the follow-up post. So keep an eye here for those. Also… I’m trying something new There are a lot of things that happen on community trips that don’t make sense to document on my IG developer blog. The personal side of these trips are every bit as much a part of the trip as the events I’m speaking at. Sometimes people from the local community are involved, but sometimes I just like to go out with my phone and take a bunch of pictures of the area. Well, from now on I’m going to use my personal site brentschooley.com to track these things. If you’re curious about anything other than the events I’m speaking at, that will be the place to go. I’ve already posted some pictures of Roanoke if you’re curious about the type of content I might post there. Contact If you have any questions or comments, please comment below or find me on Twitter @brentschooley. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.