Reminder: UTOS Project Day is Tomorrow!

Boys and Girls, pay attention here!

If you have never been to a UTOS Project Day, you just might want to attend. There have been 3 previously successful Project Day events and this one looks to be as awesome! In fact, just for attending and working on your project, there will be a raffle for a Motorola XOOM!

But really, that’s not why you should attend.

I will be there! :)

Oh, that’s not enough? Here are 5 excellent reasons to attend!

  1. It’s Software Freedom Day and what better way to come down and work on a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) project
  2. There will be a bunch of other folks there too, working on interesting projects
  3. Many will be willing to collaborate with you and discuss your project
  4. Free food and snacks throughout the day
  5. Helping out the Utah Open Source Foundation with its efforts for UTOSC 2012 next spring

Add your project

If you would like help with your project, it’s a good idea to add it to the list. If you are looking for a project, check out the entries and see if there is something there that interests you. Either way, there will likely be more projects than what is currently listed.

So come on down!

Miller Professional Development Center Room #226
9750 South 300 West (map)
Sandy, Utah 84070
10:00 am – 5:30 pm

I know quite a few folks who will be interested in staying later as well at a local coffee shop or similar and hacking well into the evening. Don’t let the draw of a football game get you distracted, there will be plenty of time to watch it on DVR on Sunday afternoon!

Cheers,

Herlo

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2 Responses to Reminder: UTOS Project Day is Tomorrow!

  1. Amjith says:

    What’s your project? I don’t see it on the list :).

  2. herlo says:

    I added it on Friday evening, after I posted this story. Sorry to not have it up sooner.

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