Last Saturday, the Tampa Code Camp for 2007 was held at the St. Pete College EpiCenter.
At that event, for the first time, I did a presentation on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0. A good time was had by all! Well, except for the minor projection issues, and the screen scaling issues. Unfortunately, the session before mine ran long, and by the time I could take over the podium it was time for my session to start, so I didn’t have the opportunity to get everything set up before people were expecting things to get started.
Fortunately, everything got straightened out pretty quickly, and the session went well.
A few people left during the session, but from what I’ve observed at both Code Camps and other conferences, this is totally normal. But having it happen to me for the first time was a bit disconcerting.
At the end, I disclosed that we’re working on a Tampa Dynamics CRM User Group as well as the forthcoming training that we’re working with Dunn Training on (http://www.dunntraining.com). More to come on both those fronts!