Has it been eight months already since mesh 2007? According to the calendar, it has â€“ and yet, it seems like just yesterday we were meshing with Mike Arrington, Jim Buckmaster, Richard Edelman, Tom Williams, Austin Hill and an atrium full of eager participants at the MaRS centre (there are some great pics over here if you want to check them out).
We’ve been getting bombarded with emails about this year’s conference, with many of those coming from people wanting to block the dates out in their calendars. So without further ado, here they are: mesh 2008 is scheduled for May 21 and 22. Info on ticket prices, keynotes, panelists etc. will be coming soon. So book those dates!
In addition to mesh, we’re also planning a little something extra â€“ something we think (and hope) will meet a growing need in Toronto: the need for practical, down-to-earth information about tools, knowledge and expertise for startups, web designers and developers of all kinds.
What we have in mind is a one-day event â€“ which we’re tentatively calling meshU â€“ that will be filled with small, focused workshops by those who have earned their stripes in the startup game; people who can talk knowledgeably about everything from interface design to using Amazon’s S3 distributed server network.
This one-day event â€“ which is scheduled for May 20th, the day before mesh â€“ will be taking shape over the next few months, and we’re hoping you can help program it by telling us what kind of content you want and/or need. Got an idea for a panel? Let us know. Have an expert you think would lead a great hands-on workshop? We’re all ears.
Post a comment here or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you have in mind. More info coming soon on workshop leaders, ticket prices, etc.