Following in Oren's suit, I wanted to let everyone know that Øredev is one awesome conference, and I am having a real blast! If you know me, then you know I am usually really bad about blogging about conferences I attend. I already have a backlog that includes PDC, Kaizen and the p&p summit. Why this one? Well I am really feeling inspired, and thus it's became a moral imperative. :-)
A few things about this conference stand out for me.
A few takeaways I took from all these conversations:
Here are a summary of highlights of the conference for me so far (some of which I've already repeated).
These are just the things that stand-out off the top of my head, I am sure there are many more that I have missed. I am really looking forward to the MEF talk today, and the open-discussion panel debate on software development that I'll be participating in this evening along with a host of folks including Robert Martin and Diana Larsen.
My only complaint would be that I REALLY over-committed this time, and now I am exhausted. Just yesterday I did a DNR-TV, a DNR, a session on Microsoft and ALT.NET and an open-panel discussion on the state of ALT.NET. Anyway, I can't blame anyone but myself. I am just too excited about this stuff to say no. Even worse, I deliberately go and seek all this stuff out! It's like am a glutton for punishment or something.
Thank you Malmö and Øredev for a wonderful conference so far. I'll definitely be coming back if you'll have me :)