4Realz DeepDive: Is RE BarCamp worth attending?

[Note:   The DeepDive conversation is now posted at the bottom of this article!]

Join me next week on Wednesday (7/9) at 1pm PST when I get a chance to interview the organizers of RE BarCamp on why they are putting this event together and what they hope to accomplish!

RE Bar Camp

RE BarCamp

So, who am I going to grill?   Andy Kaufman, Brad Coy, Todd Carpenter and Jay Thompson have all confirmed that they’ll be on the call.  It’s a great group of people, so I’m positive it will not only be fun, but we’re likely to cover a lot of ground including:

  • What is BarCamp?   And what is going to happen there that won’t happen at RE Connect?
  • What type of person do you think will get the most value out of RE BarCamp?
  • If someone wants to help you guys organize, how should they get involved?

But I also want to include your questions, so feel free to log into the chat or call into the show just like the typical 4realz Roundtable…

However, what’s up with the name: 4realz DeepDive?

Ever since I started doing the 4realz Roundtables, I’ve wanted to have a channel to talk more specifically about individual products (and especially product launches) with company executives, or in this case, talk about events with event organizers.

On a DeepDive conversation, I’m going to limit the number of guests who are “on air” the entire show to just me and the official guests.  However, using a format more standard in the radio industry, I’m plan to unmute listeners if they have specific questions they want to ask people on the show!   No doubt that this format is just an experiment and you, the listeners, will be the judge if it works or not!  ;)

By the way, I’ve been doing something similar, where I interview just one person per show, on Rain City Radio for the past few weeks, and I can see how that format could really compliment the 4realz Roundtable discussions!

Also worth noting…

At the request of more than a few people from the East Coast, I’m going to try a new time slot for next week’s 4realz Roundtable… (That’s right, there’s going to be 2 shows next week: a Roundtable and a DeepDive!) Next week’s roundtable discussion will be on the usual day (Thursday), but at a new time (1pm PST).

And next week should be great as we’re going to cover how the Cuomo/Fannie Mae/OCC appraisal rule changes are going to change the mortgage brokerage industry.   This is a topic that was suggested to me by two people after the very first roundtable on the DOJ/NAR settlement conversation, so I’m glad that we get to make this happen!   I’ve already confirmed Jonathan Miller of the Matrix as a guest on the show, so i know it is sure to be both interesting and informative.

UPDATE:

You can listen to this great conversation here:

[podcast]http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-20339/TS-129850.mp3[/podcast]

Some of the details:

  • Official Website: http://rebarcamp.com/
  • Time: July 22nd (Tuesday before RE Connect), 9am registration. Event from 10am to 6pm.

You can help by volunteering to:

  • Help set-up the room the night before (see RE BarCamp for details!)
  • Help create an information factsheet for the event (ask Andy Kaufman for details!)

And if you’re planning to show up, it’s free, but they’re asking that you fill out the official RSVP which was only set up a few days ago!

12 thoughts on “4Realz DeepDive: Is RE BarCamp worth attending?

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  4. Dustin,

    This is my first Blog reply. After reading thru RCG and 4Relz, I am a bit overwhelmed. I am trying to launch my own Blog, but I fear I am too old and square. I was very impressed at the seminar last Monday and signed up for a URL, but I’m having second thoughts.

    “Mac”

  5. Hi Mac…

    Don’t sweat the details at first! :) Keep it simple at first… and I think you’ll find it’s really not that intimidating!

    Best,

    -Dustin

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