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Alagad Quickies

  I have a few quick things I think people might be interested in, but rather than writing a bunch of small blog entries, I figured I’d wrap them up into one shot.

  First off, Alagad has released an all-new alagad.com website. This new website separates the developer-focused content from the corporate marketing information. This should probably make both audiences happier. I personally love the new design and hope you do too. We’ll be adding more content including project descriptions, client information, event information, press releases and more. All things in good time!

  This week five of the Alagad team members (Scott Stroz, Brian Kotek, Chris Peterson, Vicky Ryder and myself, Doug Hughes) are at the CFUnited conference. We’re what I’d call a roaming sponsor, which means we didn’t spring for a booth. However, we’re not skimping on our conference give away. If you’re at CFUnited and you find an Alagad employee you can get entered into a raffle to win one of ten Alagad bags stuffed with a Mac Mini, a Wii, an iPod Touch, or an Amazon gift card. All you need to do is answer a short survey!

  Speaking of conferences, I’ve decided that we’re going to be sponsoring the Adobe Max conference this year. I’m excited since we’ve never done that before. I’m not sure we’ll do the big give away, but I’ll try to do something exciting. (Any ideas?)

  Finally, we have nine of the very nice Alagad backpacks left over from our conference giveaways. So we’re planning on holding a series of Blog-based contests with the winner getting one of the bags. Chris Peterson is running the first one right now. Keep your eyes on the Alagad blog for more information.

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