Tag Archives: Orlando

I’m on the inside, too

In case you’re an IBMer discovering my blog for the first time as a result of one of the little cards I handed out at TLE in Orlando, you might want to check out my internal blog too. There’s a Twitter hashtag going on (follow the user hashtags and then tag your tweets with #tle08), too.

Oh, and the cards? They are made by a very cool UK company called MOO.

Technical Leadership Exchange 08

I’m sitting in a session at the IBM Technical Leadership Exchange in Orlando at the moment. The first time I’ve attended the event, and the first session I’ve had a chance to get into, given that we arrived fairly late last night. Very good coverage of 3D Internet topics. The agenda is amazing, there must be three or four talks in each slot that I’m interested in, so I can tell there is going to be a lot of compromise later in the week.

Staying at the Rosen Centre, which is OK and very close to the conference centre, but it has a few issues – not the finest room by any means, and a lack of safe which means I’m lugging my valuables with me all day. My first time in Orlando too… not sure how much of the area I will get to explore, though.

Looking forward to making some more real-world connections with a lot of the colleagues I’ve come across through both internal and external blogs and social networks. If you’re at the TLE then please come up to me and introduce yourself!