NECC has come and gone, but the two days that I was there were fantastic. With something like 18,000 teachers and educational administrators in attendance, there was never any shortage of people to talk to about WeatherBug Achieve and Leopard.
I was able to demo the tool a number of times, and each time, the reaction that I received was very favorable. Since the event was held in my home state of Georgia, I had the opportunity to meet a lot of local teachers, and we’re going to start making plans to visit some of their schools in order to demonstrate Leopard in the classroom.
The contest was also very well received, and I’ll be posting some more detailed information about it a little bit later. Overall, I had a lot of fun, and I’m looking forward to participating in other events like this one in the future.