Some of you have been email subscribers to the Morning Dew in the past via Feedburner. Now that Feedburner is in maintenance mode and no longer supports its newsletter feature, I have moved my email subscriptions to Revue.
Revue doesn’t offer the same direct RSS consumption to deliver each Dew Drop post as you would find it on here, so the format is slightly different. Each daily issue will contain links to the previous day’s Top Links and a link to the current Dew Drop post here.
If you would like to sign up, there is a signup widget on the sidebar of my blog, or you can subscribe on my Revue home page. There is no cost to sign up and you can unsubscribe at any time with no future emails, ever. Everyone from my Feedburner email list was migrated to the Revue list. If you were part of that list, you can also unsubscribe at any time.
Give it a try and let me know what you think.
I’ve gotten a few inquiries this week about the lack of Dew Drop posts this week. Everything is OK here. I am taking a summer holiday with the family for a couple of weeks. Regular updates will be back starting on August 18th.
Until I return, you can get regular updates from Chris Alcock’s Morning Brew. Check him out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/calcock.
Just a quick post about the upcoming, in-person, TechBash 2021. If you haven’t heard, the call for speakers is now open on Sessionize. Check it out here and submit your sessions and workshops before June 4th.
We hope you’ll tell your friends and join us at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Pocono Manor, PA this October 19-22. We’ll have a day of full-day workshops on Oct 19th, followed by three days of sessions and networking with your peers. Read more about the CfP on the TechBash blog and follow TechBash on Twitter for the latest news and updates.
If your company is interested in becoming a TechBash 2021 sponsor, our updated sponsor prospectus is now available too!
I hope to see some of you (at a safe distance) this fall in the Poconos!