Top Reasons To Come To XDC

  1. 3 days ago

    Dana B

    Dec 7 Xojo Inc Austin, Texas

    Because we saw people talking about their top 5 dev tools trending on Twitter, we thought it would be fun to list some of our favorite things about coming to XDC.

    I'll go first..

    1. We have spent many months planning the conference and I love to see everything actually happen
    2. Getting to see the "XDC regulars" and meet new attendees
    3. Sitting down next to you and seeing a demo of what you're working on
  2. Alyssa F

    Dec 7 Xojo Inc Portland, Oregon

    I'll play!

    #1 Annual Dana/Alyssa reunion!
    #2 Seeing favorite customers...you know who you are ;)
    #3 Talking to everyone on twitter, y'all get real chatty that week!

  3. Bob K

    Dec 7 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Kansas City

    #1 Purposely misidentifying Dana/Alyssa. Or is that Alyssa/Dana? ;)
    #2 Seeing old friends and making some new ones
    #3 Talking Xojo non-stop for days
    #4 Conversing with people I've never physically met who 'know' me via products, blog post's, video's, etc.
    #5 Being able to grab a Xojo engineer and show them an issue that's hard to replicate (showed William an issue I was having with a serial device and left him the serial device to work with and the problem was fixed a few weeks later).
    #6 The conversations with other developers on what they're working on - people always amaze me!
    #7 Meeting prospective clients! Yes, companies come to the conference to talk to the consultants! Bring your A Game!

  4. Kem T

    Dec 7 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro, XDC Speakers New York
    1. Hearing the surprising number of interesting and/or funny stories.
    2. Learning stuff from out of the blue.
    3. Seeing if "Alyssa" and "Dana" ever show up in the same room at the same time. (So far, I don't think so.)
    4. Reconnecting with friends I made at past conferences, and gathering new ones.
  5. Geoff P

    Dec 7 Xojo Inc Austin, Texas

    In no particular order:

    1. Annual Xojo, Inc. reunion. Yes, we only get together in-person once a year.
    2. Sightseeing with @FrederickRoller and @Paul M. This is becoming a tradition.
    3. Talking with all the awesome Xojo users that comes to the conference such as @Yousaf S, @Jeremie L , @Tim D, @Bob K, @Tom D, @Chris H and so many more.
    4. Looking forward to the energy @ReinhardBlumauer brings to the conference. He's the equivalent of at least 10 people! :)
    5. Wondering who will be this year's injury. In Orlando it was our own @Stephane P with a broken nose. In Denver, @Yousaf S dislocated his shoulder while skiing the day before the conference. And way back in 2008 (I think) in Austin, one user (who shall remain nameless) went down to a bar on 6th Street one night, became quite drunk and did some really interesting dancing.

    XDC is always a blast and we look forward to it every year. Can't wait to see you all in Miami!

  6. Javier M

    Dec 7 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro AprendeXojo - Europe, Spain
    1. To meet in person (some of) all those excellent persons I interact with in the electronic world.
    2. Learn, learn, learn… from all kind of experts around the World and the awesome things they do with Xojo!
    3. To Improve my Spanish-English-French-German? conversations :-)
    4. And, of course… to win the un-official Jenga competition! (Alyssa, you know I will!)

    I'm really counting down the days until my second XDC!

  7. 23 hours ago

    Frederick R

    23 hours ago Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Annapolis, Maryland
    • Learn from colleagues, even after a decade of professional experience with Xojo
    • Help colleagues solve technical and business issues
    • Have fun with old friends, develop new friendships and go sightseeing with @Geoff P

    An educational vacation may be the best way for me to describe XDC. :)

  8. 21 hours ago

    Hal G

    21 hours ago Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro, XDC Speakers Orlando, FL

    I'm excited to see everyone again and soak in all Xojo target refreshes, especially Web 2.0.

    I feel like I've been on a long development 'walkabout' after working in Web 1.0, Aloe, and currently PHP. After re-watching the Web 2.0 session vid from XDC 2018, I'm looking forward to bringing Xanadu back to Xojo Web.

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