Webcasts

I will be doing a series of webcasts starting tomorrow at 12:00 EST

I figured this timing is the best because it allows people from Europe to the Pacific to have it within “working” hours.

 

The first webcast will be “The Ubiquitous Language is not ubiquitous”. To join the meeting come to https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/153015861. It will also be recorded and placed online (viddler maybe?) to be posted on the blog after.

I will be doing one of these every week or two until further notice. Feel free to drop ideas here in comments for future webcasts

 

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10 Responses to Webcasts

  1. Henning says:

    I wasn’t able to attend the webcast, so I’m looking forward to the recording. Any info on when the recording will be available?

    Btw, do you have a mail I can contact you on? I have some questions, but they are not related to any posts you’ve written.

  2. Gaute M says:

    Will the video be available any time soon? I didn’t have the opportunity to catch it live, but would really like a recording.

  3. Altug says:

    How do I get to the recorded video? Is the link at Viddler up yet? I searched but no good…

  4. Josh says:

    It’s 12:03 EST and all I still see is “Waiting for organizer”? Am I doing something wrong?

  5. Calebe says:

    What time is it?

  6. Colin Jack says:

    Great idea, look forward to watching recordings.

  7. jdn says:

    “The Ubiquitous Language is not ubiquitous.”

    No sh^t. I look forward to hearing if we have the same reasons for believing that, or even if we are discussing the exact same belief.

  8. George Mauer says:

    I’ll be there

  9. Laurynas says:

    Thanks for the great news Greg. Will be anxiously waiting for every webcast.

  10. rafek says:

    Does it mean that the will start at 17:00 UTC? I was never good at it 😉

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