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Better In Person

Xojo Developer London Meetup

Issue: 21.1 (January/February 2023)
Author: Dana Brown
Author Bio: Dana Brown is Xojo's Director of Marketing.
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Like many of you, I have spent a lot of time in online communities. So it is with some authority that I say the Xojo community is truly one of a kind. Our type of collaboration and camaraderie is unmatched. I hear this especially from people at Xojo Developer Conferences (XDC), especially the first-timers.

Holding Xojo Zoom Hangouts throughout the pandemic years was a great way to keep connected, but there truly is no replacement for in-person communication. In November, when I was visiting friends and family, I decided to host a social meetup for Xojo users in London.

We met for drinks at a restaurant near King's Cross Station. Most of the attendees were local, though Xojo Engineer Javier Menendez came over from Valencia, Spain and Jeremie Leroy travelled to London from Paris, France. Having a small group was really nice because each of us were able to make our way around the table and talk to everyone!

I enjoyed catching up with Tom Catchesides, who I hadn't seen in several years, as well as meeting Stewart Johnson and Evan Venn for the first time. It was an interesting mix of people who were fairly new to Xojo and people who have been Xojo users for more than a decade. Overall, the group had a great time while making some connections within the Xojo community. I definitely plan on hosting more Xojo meetups when I travel.

Setting up a social Xojo meetup in your area is simple, and if you'd like to host one to meetup with other local Xojo users I'd be happy to help you get started.

One takeaway from both our September conference in Nashville and last month's London meetup was that there is still a lot of demand for a London XDC. You may recall we tried to do a London XDC, but our plans were thwarted by pandemic-related concerns and travel issues.

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