Conference season: where you'll find me

It’s that time of year, and I’ve got a busy but excellent schedule ahead. If you want to meet up at any of these places, drop me a line! (it’s “chad”, then “”).

YUI First-Year Party
Yahoo! HQ (Sunnyvale, CA)
February 22, 5:30-8:30pm

Browser Wars: Episode II The Attack of the DOMs
Yahoo! HQ (Sunnyvale, CA)
Wednesday, February 28, 6:00 PM

“Dreaming in Code,” Berkeley Cybersalon (Berkeley, CA)
From Sylvia Paull’s mailing list (subscribe here): Scott Rosenberg, a founder of, will moderate a panel discussing the challenges of writing major software programs. Scott just wrote a book called “Dreaming in Code,” which follows the tortuous path of Mitch Kapor’s OSAF (Open Source Applications Foundation) undertaking to write a PIM (personal information manager,) code-named Chandler. On the panel will be Eric Allman, email pioneer and creator of Sendmail software as well as Chief Science Officer of the eponymous company; Chad Dickerson, manager of the Yahoo Developer Network; Lisa Dusseault, Fellow at CommerceNet and a former development manager and standards architect at OSAF; and Jaron Lanier, computer scientist and virtual reality pioneer.
Sunday, March 4, 5-7 PM

Evans Data Developer Relations Conference (Redwood City, CA)
Speaking: “Hacking Developer Relations at Yahoo! Developer Network
March 12, 2:00-2:55pm

March 12-13 (maybe)

eTech (San Diego)
Speaking: “Big Company Hacks at Yahoo!
Wednesday, March 28, 11:45am – 12:15pm

See you on the road. . . . .