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Issue 15.4 ('Xojo in Germany')
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Berlin, Here I Come

Excellent MBS Berlin Conference

Issue: 15.4 (July/August 2017)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: Marc taught himself programming in high school when he bought his first computer but had no money for software. He's had fun learning ever since.
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Ever since Monkeybread Software's Christian Schmitz started doing his own Xojo conferences in Europe, he's been nagging me to attend. At first I had a great excuse: my U.S. passport had expired and getting a new one took time. But in 2015 I visited Vancouver, British Columbia and to do so I had to order a new passport.

Then the folks at Xojo announced their next conference wouldn't be until spring 2018 and I started seriously considering a trip to Europe. After all, how could I go a whole year without my Xojo fix?

It should be noted that I grew up overseas and lived and traveled in Europe when I was 9-12 years of age. But I always like to say that once I had to start paying for my own travel, I stopped doing it, so it has been close to 30 years since I've been out of the U.S. For the first time, I'd be in charge of everything on my trip and I was a little nervous.

But I'd told Christian I'd come to his Berlin conference in May and I was now committed. He'd even gotten me to agree to do a presentation!

It seemed far away at first and I wasn't too worried, but March and April were stressful. I was trying to learn everything I could about what to expect in Europe (so different from when I was a child), make my travel plans, prepare my presentation, and finish the May/June issue of xDev, that the time flashed by and suddenly it was time for me to go.

Off to Germany

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