Touring South America with Mozilla
In a week from now, starting next Thursday, I and some Mozilla colleagues will embark on a MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) tour of South America!
To be more specific, it will cover the South Cone, and within 8 days we will be visiting four countries:
I was in Chile in November last year, and I’m very happy to go back to a thriving region with lots if interesting things going on! We will be arranging MDN Hack Days/Evenings, and it will be free to attend, so if you are in the region, sign up now!
This is an outline of the events we will be organizing in the region, and all but the MozCamp in Buenos Aires (which is for invited contributors) is open for for everyone. Our speakers will vary a bit, but I will personally be in all four locations.
Time for the Buenos Aires MDN Hack Day, a full day of presentations and hacking away on the web!
MozCamp in Buenos Aires, with a lot of Mozillians talking about development and the community.
Montevideo MDN Hack Day Developer Evening, talking about HTML5, Boot to Gecko, Apps and Mozilla Persona.
Santiago MDN Hack Day Developer Evening, covering HTML5, Boot to Gecko, Apps and Mozilla Persona.
I’ve only been to Chile in South America before, two times (including Easter Island), but am really excited to meet lots of great people and seeing interesting places in south South America!
I need to go! Can’t register for the Sao Paulo meeting =[ Probably it’s already a full. Is there another way that I can go?
Sounds fun. Be sure to stop by McMurdo Station while you’re nearby and take a photo 🙂
What happens when you try to register? Please try again, and if the problem persists, let me know and I’ll put you in contact with the event organizer.
It does sound fun! And yes, I’d love to go down there at the same time. So close!
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