I am part of an amazing event that we are holding in October 2012 in the Seattle area: Seattle GiveCamp. I have written about our upcoming event elsewhere. Please take a look at the post and, if you are a techie living or working near Seattle, please consider volunteering. I guarantee it will be worth the effort. While I am currently knee deep in planning this year’s event, I will not be onsite at this year’s Seattle GiveCamp weekend, because I am marrying my soulmate in Tuscany the week before and we will be on our honeymoon at the time.
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