There are quite a few great devs in the group that say I don't ask for speakers enough. So here it is..
If you are interested to present at DFlex please let me know (off list is fine) and I'm sure that the group would be very interested to hear what knowledge you are bringing to the table.
If you are a presenter that needs some help to know what interests people, please check out this list of requested topics.
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Feedgrids.com Global Feed Sun Yuan and Peng Yu -
Sun Yuan was born in 1972 in Beijing and Peng Yu was born in 1974 in Heilongjian, China. They both studied oil painting at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing. As a collaborative duo, they have had solo exhibition at the Vargas Museum, Quezon City, Philippines; Arario Gallery, Seoul; Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy; […]
Feedgrids.com Global Feed 35 Gorgeous Examples of Desert Photography -
A lot of people tend to think that the desert is a barren and lifeless place that is devoid of all beauty, but they are wrong. Sure, the desert is a harsh and dangerous place that could very possibly kill you if you dare challenge it and you are unprepared, but simply by changing your point of view and looking at it in a different angle, you will realize that the desert is not all about death and emptiness and it is, in fact, teeming with beauty and even life. The Desert is Alive It is easy for people to miss the true beauty of the desert but thanks to some people who have taken it upon themselves to show you the true beauty of the vast space, you can appreciate how it is without braving the actual elements. Seeing these pictures will make you quickly realize that you have misjudged the desert and you have been missing out on appreciating its true beauty because of that. Looking at these pictures, you will see that the smooth lines and the fluidity of the desert sands are a thing of beauty and inspire so many different thoughts and emotions. You will also appreciate how the brilliance of the sun bakes all colors into high relief so that they take on bejeweled tones that are exotic and bewitching. It doesn’t end there because as you look at the photos, you will see signs of life that you did not think were possible in such a seemingly barren place. You will find photos of delicate flowers blooming despite all odds and you will see tiny creatures that call the desert their home. Those images will forever change what you think of the vast and seemingly empty space that is the desert. If you think that it is about time you changed your perspective on how things are viewed, you ought to look at these pictures of the desert. They will draw you in by the neck and refuse to let you go simply because they not only show you beauty; they also showcase life. These pictures are a perfect example of how beauty can be found in every corner of the earth and how Mother Nature finds a way to make life flourish even in the most dismal-looking of areas. Enjoy the pictures and allow them to help you make you feel more alive. Walking along a dune in the Sahara by Victoria Rogotneva Erg Chebbi, Morocco by Jan Miklín Sea of dunes in Merzouga, Morocco Atacama Desert, Chile by Tadas Jucys Bird’s Eye View of Namib Desert at Sunrise, Namibia by James Gradwell Maranjab Desert, Kashan, Iran by Ali Shokri Somewhere in Saudi Arabia by Sultan Al Thubiti Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park, Ca. Great Sand Dunes National Park, CO by Cinematic Photography “The Desert Angel” “Arch Window” – Monument Valley, Utah by Matthew Scott Cooper Totem Pole and Yei bi Chei formations at Monument Valley in Arizona by Pat Kofahl A forest of brush and cacti by David Santana A walk in the Namibian Desert by Brian Decrop Dubai Dunes by Richard Smith Elephant Rock in the Valley of Fire by Ken Thomas The heart of the Sahara by Yury Pustovoy