Well, it is that time of year again. When I spend more time in hotel rooms and airplane cabins than in my own house. In the Tech Comm industry late February through June have a crazy number of trade shows and events.

On Monday (tomorrow) I am off to Jerusalem, Israel. I am going over to exhibit and do presentations for the Techshoret Communications Conference . After the show I will be spending a few additional days in Israel spending time with our partners and customers doing demos and holding meetings.

After the Techshoret event I spend a week back in San Diego and then I am off to the the Currents event hosted by the STC Atlanta chapter. This has always been a fun event for me and reminds me very much of the STC Regional events that used to be scheduled, though it definitely isn’t billed that way.

After Currents I fly direct to Portland, OR for the WritersUA Show. This is one of the larger events of the year for us and we have a lot planned. Exhibits, dinners, cocktail receptions, demos, presentations, the works.

If you will be attending any of these events be sure to swing by and say hi. If you won’t be at the event, but will be in the area feel free to drop me a note. I can usually find time in my schedule to hold a quick meeting over coffee somewhere and many times the best ideas for making MadCap Software products better come from quick meetings like this. I have even been known to break out a small portable projector late in the evening at a pub and do a quick demo on the wall for a handful of interested folks.

Well, I’m off to pack,

Cheers!

About The Author

About Mike Hamilton

Mr. Hamilton has over fifteen years of experience in training, technical communication, multimedia development, and software development. Prior to joining MadCap Software, he served as the Product Manager for Macromedia's award-winning RoboHelp product line. Mr. Hamilton is often a featured speaker at industry events, including TEKOM and STC.

Last Modified: October 16, 2014

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