This is an exciting thing! INETA (the International .NET Association) is announcing additions to its Speaker's Bureau. Keith Pleas has the story on his blog now before the press release goes out.
INETA manages this group of speakers who jaunt around the world presenting at .NET Users Groups. There's a lot of great presenters already in there, including folks I'm proud to call my colleagues, Carl Franklin, Billy Hollis, Tim Huckaby, Chris Kinsman, Juval Löwy, Paul Sheriff, Ken Spencer, Scott Stanfield, and the inimitable Keith Pleas among many others.
Turns out I've been asked to join INETA as well! I'll be in Seattle at the .NET Developers Association in July presenting How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love ASP.NET.
Also in the list of 13 new additions to the Bureau are my friend Sam Gentile, Jon Box from Quilogy, Andrew Brust from Progressive Systems, Canadian and all-around cool person Kate Gregory, The ADO Guy Shawn Wildermuth, and the party king of Bawston, Mass, the fantastic Patrick Hynds.
Check INETA out at the INETA Ask the Experts Booth at TechEd next week!