But I'm not joining any of these delivery teams. In fact I'm joining the marketing team, which means I will be involved with their online content and presence, leveraging both the technology knowledge from my previous work and the online experience with communities acquired through Geekzone.
Except the time I spend in front of a Geekzone page, nothing changes on the site. I continue to work with our great team of volunteer moderators to keep the forums a family show, stay the course for some of the initiatives we have (Geekzone Jobs, Geekzone Price, Geeksphere and Digitl content syndication) and keep things running otherwise.
I also have plans to continue attending conferences as before (Intergen has been really good at balancing this) and in fact the next one coming up is Microsoft TechEd New Zealand 2013, which is happening in Auckland 10th - 13th September. For disclosure I will be attending as a Microsoft media guest with access to behind the scenes and speakers.
Nate's planned a Geekzone IRL event on the 13th September so I will be there in the evening, and if you're in Auckland think of joining us. Registrations open now.
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