Feb 072015
 

Previously only provisional, presence now, er, confirmed.

With the Southwest Show fast approaching – it’s set to take place on the 21st February, just two weeks from today – organisers R-Comp Interactive and Orpheus Internet have been able to confirm the attendance of three more exhibitors:

  • Martin Wuerthner/MW Software, who will be demonstrating Artworks, EasiWriter, etc. Martin, our very own Sharp Dressed Man, was – unusually – unable to attend the 2014 London Show, so his attendance at the Southwest show is particularly pleasing for the organisers.
  • Sine Nomine Software, with RiscOSM, Impact, etc. This will be Sine Nomine’s first time at the Southwest Show – but even though the venue is a little out of the way, they should be able to find it with the aid of their own software!
  • Steve Fryatt, showing off CashBook, PrintPDF, etc. Steve is a quite regular – and popular – exhibitor at the Southwest Show, and many other shows besides, but his absence has been noted at some shows of late, making this a welcome (re)appearance.

The full list can be found on the show website, and now stands at sixteen exhibitors, along with the charity stand and ‘various user groups’.

R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley, who organises the show with Richard Brown of Orpheus Internet1 said, “The additional exhibitors make this one of the largest gatherings of current-gen RISC OS developers and companies for some time – it should be an excellent show!”

The show will see the launch of R-Comp’s new ARM-powered computer, some as yet unnamed – but apparently notable – new software, a possible game, and it has an almost ‘full house’ of current RISC OS developers and suppliers, so the expectation is that it will be a show RISC OS users won’t want to miss.

So you won’t, will you? You’ll be at the Webbington Hotel, Loxton, Somerset, BS26 2HU on Saturday, 21st February, between 10:30am and 4:00pm – won’t you?

!ReadMe

  1. I don’t think I’ve squeezed in a Dynamic Duo reference as yet. Well, I have now.

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