After we posted lunch details for the weekend, a few people asked about dinner. We're happy to announce that we will have dinner served at Mind Camp 8 as well! The meal will be provided by Denallis, a new restaurant in Everett, and will include:
- Caesar Salad
- Cabbage and Carrot Salad
- Mac and Cheese
- Spaghetti with meat sauce
- Spaghetti with brown butter and mizithra
- Roasted chicken with potatoes
Dinner break will be from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, with night sessions starting back up at 9:00pm! Get your ticket if you haven't already!
Mind Camp 6.0 is coming up in two weeks, and it looks like we still need a local Seattle company to help us sponsor dinner for the event. If you represent a company, feel free to contact us. If you’re an attendee and think your company fits, please point them to us. Meanwhile, we continue our search. We definitely want to be able to provide dinner at the event like we’ve done in the past! Worst case scenario, we will break for a couple of hours in the evenings to let attendees grab food locally.
Curious about what you’ll be eating at the next Seattle Mind Camp event? Well, allow me to tell you. Lunch and dinner are being catered by the local Ponti Seafood Grill, who’ve gone out of their way to put together a menu that meets the needs of vegetarians, those who can’t eat gluten, and regular old people who eat anything. First up, lunch:
- Sliced Baguette
- Cold Sliced Grilled Chicken
- Soba Noodle Salad with shaved carrots, scallions, sesame vinaigrette
- Orzo Pasta with arugula pesto, cherry tomatoes and pinenuts
- Vegetable Crudite with green goddess dressing
- Freshly Baked Brownies
Did you catch that? Freshly. Baked. Brownies. I’m in. Then, of course, there’s dinner. The dinner sponsor is Nokia’s Share on Ovi, and they’ll also be giving away a Nokia N78 as well during dinnertime.
- Handmade Flatbread with carmelized onions
- Carrot Ginger Soup
- Salad Bar: Light Smoked Coho Salmon, Grilled Wild Prawns, Chopped Romaine, Herb Croutons, Cherry Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Red Onion, Capers Choice of: Classic Caesar Dressing, Caper Vinaigrette
- Sliced Baguette
- Vegetarian Penne Pesto Pasta with grilled carrots, zucchini, squash, toasted garlic
- Warm chocolate-chip cookies
- Seasonal Fresh Fruit
See? Told you…delicious.
Nokia’s got dinner covered, and we wanted to throw a big “Thanks!” their way for doing so. The company, based in Finland, just opened up an office locally in Kirkland, and they are looking for a few good people. You can get details below. Oh, and they’ll also be giving away a mobile phone at the event, details to come. Here’s a look at the Mind Camp 5.0 lunch and dinner menus, catered by Ponti Seafood Grill.
Nokia, based in Espoo, Finland, has opened a new office in Puget Sound with Share on Ovi, a new, free personal media sharing community that makes it easy to upload, manage and share photos, videos and more through a mobile phone or desktop PC. Meaning “door” in Finnish, Ovi is Nokia’s “Internet Gateway” and Share on Ovi offers a community where anyone can socialize around the most meaningful aspects of their lives, the moments they capture every day. With unlimited free storage for media the service frees up people to share their experience anytime and anywhere.
Located in Kirkland, WA the site is host to a “technical center of excellence” where a rapidly growing development and delivery team design service and client software on the latest open source platforms. These are key components in Nokia’s broader Internet services vision of providing seamless access to information, entertainment and social networks at any time, anywhere, from any connected device, in any way that you choose. In Development and Delivery, you can be part of creating the future of all Nokia personal media sharing services!
To sign up for an account, please visit http://share.ovi.com
To be considered for career opportunities in J2ME, Web Development or Java SDET send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to announce that Google has stepped in as a Mind Camp 3.0
Diamond Sponsor, taking care of dinner for the event. We know that you already know - but it needs to be said:
Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
As a first step to fulfilling that mission, Google’s founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin developed a new approach to online search that took root in a Stanford University dorm room and quickly spread to information seekers around the globe. Google is now widely recognized as the world’s largest search engine—an easy-to-use free service that usually returns relevant results in a fraction of a second.
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