Talking at CarolinaCon

I woke up this morning with an email from the CarolinaCon group letting me know that my talk was officially accepted. I also found out that due to the high volume of quality talks submitted, they’ve decided to extend the con for an extra day. I think it’s great that CarolinaCon is doing so well. It’s a small, but intimate con and a lot of fun. After talking last year, I knew I wanted to take part again.

My talk is going to focus on the Droid, the timeline/process for rooting it, and what we’ve been able to do since. I’m going to try and make it as informative as possible, so hopefully it’ll be an interesting talk for everyone. The schedule isn’t released yet, so I’m not sure when I’m talking, but either way you should definitely register now, and come hang with us!

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