Barcamp Portland 6 is happening March 30th and 31st at the Eliot Center in downtown Portland. This is an annual event that brings together people from throughout Portland's tech community (and beyond!) to learn and share about the wide range of things we're interested in.
We'll start off on the evening of Friday March 30th with an opening reception, then resume on Saturday with a full day of unconference sessions. The unconference format is like a conference, but all sessions are scheduled on site the day of the event, allowing anyone who wants to start a discussion, ask a question, or show off something neat, join in by adding their topic to the session board.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP on Eventbrite http://barcampportland6.eventbrite.com/ to let organizers plan accordingly for space and food. The event is free, thanks to generous sponsors and individual contributions. If you'd like to know more about sponsoring, see http://barcampportland.org/about/#sponsorship
Barcamp Portland is completely volunteer-run. If you can help out during the weekend of the event, or want to get involved in the planning process, check out http://barcampportland.org/volunteer/ or stop by a planning meeting Monday nights at Collective Agency between 6:30 and 8pm.
See the Barcamp Portland website for more details: http://barcampportland.org
My intention is to find other folks interesting in talking about Windows Phone, Windows 8, and mobile development in general. Hopefully I'll see you there.