Just a quick set of FYIs. I will be attending 3 upcoming events, two in-person and one virtually.
Tim Kadlec is a cool guy; he's also one of the RWD gurus and has lots to share. He's hosting a 30 person workshop at the U of MN, so it'll be a small group of people that will be sharing RWD experiences. I'm attending, and if prodded, I will share my experience implementing RWD on some big sites (hint: it's challenging).
Twin Cities Code Camp is a free conference put together by local volunteers and is a great event to go to if you like to see people's code or share your own. I will be talking about Web API and opening up my closed-source project (Keep Track of My Games v2) for all to see. It's going to be interesting, for sure.
dotNetConf is a free virtual conference on all things .NET. I'll be attending a couple sessions at least and there's nothing to lose by attending. Be sure to check it out!
HackForMN is for the National Day of Civic Hacking but for us Minnesotans. A handful of friends are going and I think there's probably a good app or two for The Land of Ten Thousand Lakes worth making.