Reminder: EgyGeeksOnSkype Tomorrow At Midnight Cairo Time (GMT+2)


If you read my last blog post you already know what

EgyGeeksOnSkype is an online gathering for a number of Egyptian (and Arab) geeks through a Skype group chat.

The idea only came This Saturday when a small group of geeks got together on Skype group voice chat the night before Easter. We’re decided to make it a weekly habit that we’ll first experience tomorrow and intend to have a similar  chat weekly at the same time:

Friday 11:59 PM

We were not sure whether to have an open talk chat with predefined topic or go for formal events session style, so, we decided to have both…

  • The first 30 minutes are going to a conference style session. This week we’ll have Ayman El Hattab (SharePoint MVP) demoing a No-code SharePoint Solution sample application he developed.
  • The next 30 minutes will be an open talk where everybody is free to share his/her knowledge and thoughts about Microsoft OData. This will be great chance for those who don’t know OData to hear about it, and for those who know it to share ideas.

You probably noticed those notes already in the original post, so, all I wanted here is to remind you with our first meeting schedule:

Tomorrow, Friday, April 9, Starting 11:59 PM
To 1:00 AM Next Day
Cairo Time, GMT+2

We thought it’ll be better to have it late in the weekend so that everybody is at home already not busy with other stuff and have nothing to wake up very early for the morning after.

If you are joining us, you can add my username “Mohamed.Meligy” (or any of the other geeks) to your Skype contacts.

IMPORTANT: You also need to send me a message just before the time of the online gathering to add you to the conversation.


To keep an eye on the gathering before and after it takes place, you can check the hash tag #EgyGeeksOnSkype.

Talk to you tomorrow…

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