Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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April 8th, 2009

W/ a Web-enabled iPhone you are king of the train. Had people queueing for the Munich vs. Barcelona result: an embarassing 0:4 if you care

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@MartinAssmann Definitely see you in HAM. Then w/ more of a direct biz focus I guess :) Fun thing is: big € are made out of engagement

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@tcurdt Addendum: tcurdt was livetweeting. GWT will be a great topic, maybe even combined w/ AppEng Java. It’s all connected. CU soon

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MUC was more presos, more people, more beer. BER was more monetization, more external, more swag. Thanks Zanox for the event hosting.

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There was no livetweeting, so summary after event: people interested in Android, AppEng, GWT, OpenSocial/Gadget, BigTable (descending)

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Kudos to Jerôme for organizing. Looking forward to >10 participiants next time. Planning joined JUG/GTUG event on AppEng Java support.

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1st Berlin GTUG meeting. Topics covered: intro of Gadgets by Jerôme, GOOG swag quiz. Next steps: spread the word, AppEngine Java talk.

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Summary of the last seven days: April 1: GTUG Munich founded. April 8: GTUG Berlin founded. April 15: {your city} GTUG? Who’s next?

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@kojote: Oh, and if you provide some speakers, we could even add a Google pen extra for each slide ;-)

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@kojote: If you provide the location, we provide the swag :-P Seriously, we didn’t have swag until last minute for today. Munich next time.

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Carrying a huge bag of Google swag with me to the Berlin GTUG meeting. Munich GTUG, there are good reasons to invite the GOOG guys again ;-)

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@koyote, @MartinAssmann: thanks for registering gtug-muc.org. Great to see all this GTUG stuff magically lift off.

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The good thing is: the hi-speed train from Hamburg to Berlin is slow enough for at least an EDGE connection not to break down.

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On the way to Berlin GTUG formation meeting. iPhone, PdaNet, MacBook Pro and a power supply in the hi-speed train. Future, here I come.

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