Recently CFUnited sent out a speaker questionnaire. Since this whole thing was too long to twitter, I thought I'd share it with you, gentle reader, here on my weblog page.
1. Have you spoken at CFUnited in the past? What would you tell someone who hasn't been to CFUnited before?
I have never, even once, spoken at CFUnited. Last year I was sworn to silence. I would tell someone, it's okay - you can get through this.
2. Why should people attend your session(s)?
People should attend my session if they want to learn about what's new in Flex 4, or how they can use Flex to build some sweet UI's onto the hearty back-ends they're used to building in CF.
3. Do you have any projects in the works that you will be revealing at CFUnited?
[mysterious]If I did, I most certainly wouldn't reveal them on the internet. You'll just have to come and see for yourself.[/mysterious]
4. Besides your topic, what other sessions are you looking forward to?
I'm looking forward to Jun's session and David Tucker's session. They both know a lot about a lot of things, and I like learning things from people who know them.
5. What are some of the hot topics you'd like to see at RoundTable discussions?
I'd really enjoy listening to two gentlemen (or ladies) diplomatically argue the merits of the multi-party system of government favored in Europe compared to our rather intransigent tradition of only two.
6. Where can people find you at CFUnited? (At the bar, networking, working, in your room, etc.)
I will most likely be in the pool, trying to see how long I can hold my breath.
7. What's the latest news with you? Has anything changed since last CFUnited?
Well, Liz, I'm glad you asked. Last week we watched our friends' dog. It's a pretty nice dog, so it went well, generally, but it yipped a lot at night, and I'm a light sleeper, so that was a little rough. You know what, why don't we just catch up at the conference?
8. What is unique about CFUnited?
It's the last great bastion of hope for a dying world in need of a hero. There are a few mediocre bastions around, but you won't find any other great ones. Especially not around WADC.
9. When you are not working what do you like to do in your free time?
When I'm not working, I like reading, playing video games, and occasionally playing sports in my free time. When I'm working, I prefer to spend my free time playing scrabble over a nice glass of 2% milk.
10. How do you feel about Law and Order?
It is my firm belief that there are too many crime dramas on evening television, but of those crime dramas, Law and Order is pretty good, I guess.