Looking at the next few months

The last two months have been hectic to say the least attending and speaking at conferences in Singapore, Brighton and Los Angeles and most recently giving some workshops in London.

I’m looking forward to settling down in India to start a new chapter and get Project Cocoon off the ground. Before that though, one more conference, and one I’ve always wanted to attend: TED.

TED is coming to India this November and I am extremely excited. This should be an opportunity to meet some inspiring people and get renewed energy to work on a couple of personal projects I’ve been postponing for far too long. I thought it would be fun to share some of the people I’m most looking forward to hearing speak and perform.

Usha Uthup
Devdutt Pattanaik
Hans Rosling
Anil Srinivasan and Sikkil Gurucharan
Shekhar Kapur
Shashi Tharoor
His Holiness the 17th Karmapa

I’ll be heading out to India end of the month and will be back for a few weeks over the holidays end of December. After TEDIndia I have a few days off in Bangalore, if anyone would like to meet up feel free to get in touch — following that I’ll be flying to Chennai and on to Pondicherry to meet up with the rest of the team.


8 thoughts on “Looking at the next few months

  1. Pieter says:

    I didn’t follow the story perhaps, but I’m curious to know why you are moving to India. What will you be doing there?

  2. Peter says:

    Hi Pieter – once the business is set up there we’ll be doing Flash/Flex/AIR consultancy, training as well as provide ‘managed’ outsourcing through some partnerships with local companies there.

    We’re still working on the website but it should be up soon. The plan right now is for me to split my time between India and Belgium.

  3. I hope someday, after many failures, I can enjoy life by doing the things i love, just like you!

  4. And i’m a huge fan of Ted, Every evening I take an 30 minutes break from everything to just watch Ted speakers online. I hope someday i can visit the conference, after many years of saving ^^

  5. Peter says:

    hey Maxim, you’re well on your way — keep up the excellent work! 😉

    TED is definitely not the cheapest conference but think its well worth it to do at least once in your lifetime.

  6. RobinThailand says:

    Hi Peter,

    Looking forward to this also…see you in a few days.


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