I’m still catching up on blogs and came across Microsoft’s Charlie Owen talking up a Seattle Geek Dinner on Wednesday evening.
It was apparently organized as a sort of welcome to Computerzen.com blogger Scott Hanselman, formerly chief architect at Corillian in Portland.
Hanselman left to become a senior program manager at Microsoft on Sept. 4, “aiming to spread good information about developing software, usually on the Microsoft stack,” according to his blog bio.
The dinner is from 6 to 9 p.m. in the “public eateries” area of Crossroads mall.
It’s a busy day for networking geeks. The next Seattle Lunch 2.0 event is also Wednesday, at Cardomain.com.