As you may know I’m coming to Canada later this month for the FileMaker Conference in Montreal.
How about some Xojo meetings?
There is a lot to tell about the recent XDC conference, upcoming 64-bit support and future Xojo releases.
To learn if there is interest and what could be the best dates, I started a few surveys:
Xojo Developer Meeting in Montreal
Xojo Developer Meeting in Ottawa
Xojo Developer Meeting in Toronto
If you could make it to several places, please sign for all. I may not be able to do all, but would be happy to meet a few developers. Recently at the XDC conference I met some people from Toronto and I consider to drive there.
Once we see interest for dates, we can schedule them and look for a location. If you have a recommendation for a restaurant or you can provide a meeting room, please contact me.
Dates are decided:
Friday, 22nd May in Ottawa
Thursday, 28th May in Montreal
if you like to attend (and you are not yet on my list), please email/message me.
Especially if you are not a MBS customer, so I don’t have your email/phone number.
Just arrived in Canada. And I have to tell the Canadian immigration process is much quicker and friendlier than some other country nearby…
When you have your Queen living in another continent you have to make sure its easy for her to get in/out easily.
She’s just a figure head
Wields no real power
Germany also has a federal notary (called president).
Louis Desjardins was kind to make a reservation for us at The Keg, 25 rue St-Paul est in Montreal.
28th May 2015 at around 18:30 o’clock.
I’ll be there with my MBS T-Shirt and my Macbook.
See you there.
IF you ask the server where the beef at the Keg comes from and its ALBERTA then order a steak.
IMHO - Alberta beef is the best beef on the planet
That is shameless bragging. Everyone knows the best beef is from ____________________________ (fill the blank with your preferred place). I say Quebec.
Lived in Ottawa for a couple years & ate Ontario & Quebec beef
Ontario in general had far too much corn fed so fats were yellow & it alters the taste since its high in natural sugars
Quebec not quite so much but still far more than Alberta
Consensus is hard to reach BUT the chefs in the best steak houses agree on grass or grain fed - no corn
Corn fattens cows fast but alters the taste
You are right, of course. Then there is the curing method. Dry curing gives a much better steak than the common vacuum bag curing.
When you come to restaurant, we are sitting there already with 4 people and the reservation is on Louis. Just go around and find our table. The one with computers on the table.