Due to unexpected demand we’ve been working with the venues for the upcoming FogBugz World Tour 2010 (incorporating DVCS University) to find more room. We already have more than 3154 people signed up and in some cities, we moved to a larger venue to accomodate everybody.
That means there’s still room in most cities if you haven’t signed up.
If you come, you’ll see me give a demo of FogBugz 8.0 and Kiln 2.0, and we’ll give you a one hour introduction to distributed version control ... how it works, how it’s different than the version control you know and love, and how to set it up to make your life easier. There will also be coffee and cookies, and a chance to meet Fog Creek people and other techies from your town.
Sign up now, it’s free! Hurry up—it all starts next week. I look forward to meeting you in person.
PS: If you get waitlisted, don’t despair. The night before each event, we will email everybody begging them to cancel if they know they can’t make it, so that we can let in people from the waitlist. What happened last year is that a few people cancelled the night before allowing us to let in all or most of the waitlist.
You’re reading Joel on Software, stuffed with years and years of completely raving mad articles about software development, managing software teams, designing user interfaces, running successful software companies, and rubber duckies.
I’m Joel Spolsky, co-founder of Fog Creek Software, a New York company that proves that you can treat programmers well and still be highly profitable. Programmers get private offices, free lunch, and work 40 hours a week. Customers only pay for software if they’re delighted. We make Trello, insanely simple project management, FogBugz, an enlightened bug tracker designed to help great teams develop brilliant software, and Kiln, which simplifies source control. I’m also the co-founder and CEO of Stack Exchange. More about me.