I know I was supposed to have blogged every session and keynote and done this whole thing in a much more modular fasion, but instead I’ll blast it all up here in a very Web 1.0 way. I guess I’ll never learn.
Now in brilliant outline form!
I was supposed to be at the conference to be part of the session going public. I ended up being a little disappointed by the sessions – probably due to a misconception of what the event was going to provide geeks like me – I thought there would be a lot more technical information. There were a few I enjoyed though:
- Mike Beltzner, UX Lead of Firefox, had a great session on dealing with the chaos of open source development. Learn more here than I could condense into this paragraph usefully.
- Microformats are very interesting. You heard me. I’m already scheming a framework for Flex to work with these little buggers. I’m interested in seeing what people are going to make of microformats because that’s the point – community adoption validates the format.
… was insane. We (effectiveUI) had a really clean, sort of “shop-like” booth, which made people want to come in and poke around, and a metric ton of people came. It was interesting that most other