Where's Wufoo? · February 2010

If you can’t get enough Wufoo action, we’ll be out and about this month talking the good talk about how we do what we do and how to help improve what you do. Should be fun and we hope to see you out in the open!

BarCamp Miami

##BarCamp Miami 2010

Sun, Feb 21, 2010, 9am-6pm
**[4141 Building](http://bit.ly/cTG5VD)**

The Wufoo Team will be presenting again at [BarCamp Miami](http://barcampmiami10.eventbrite.com/) later this month. Last year was packed with people from all over Florida trying to make the magic happen in the south. I’ll be doing a talk titled **Support Driven Design**, which will look at what happens to the design process when you have everyone responsible for doing customer support (designers, engineers and even the accountant). It’ll be a fun look at our approach to software development and I hope you find me and say hey!

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FOWA 2010

##FOWA Miami 2010

Tue, Feb 22, 2010 – Wed, Feb 25, 2010
**[The Colony Theatre](http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2010/miami/venue)**

The Carsonified team always puts on a great show at their [Future of Web Apps conference](http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2010/miami/) and Wufoo is honored to be a part of it again. On Feb 23, I’ll be on a panel titled **The Future of JavaScript: Where are the libraries taking us?**. My take will be from a designer / front-end engineer’s perspective and I’m going to be in great company with [John Resig](http://ejohn.org/) of jQuery and Mozilla fame and [Dion Almaer](http://developer.palm.com/), who serves as director of Developer Relations at Palm. Should be an awesome discussion!

On Feb 24, I’ll be doing a 3 hour workshop titled [How to Convert Free Users to Paid](http://events.carsonified.com/fowa/2010/miami/workshops#workshop_70). I think there might be only one seat left, but if you can make it in there, it’s going to be great. It’ll be a truly hands on workshop that will have you looking very closely at your web application’s feature list and trying to understand how to best showcase their value to your customers. We’ll be looking at the anatomy of a sales decision so that we can not just understand, but take advantage of how conversions happen at the cognitive level. We’re going to review lots and lots of examples and research and hopefully you’ll go home with a number of insights on how to best turn a freeloader into a paying promoter.


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