The End of the Colorado Software Summit
It looks like the Colorado Software Summit has come to an end.
To Our Friends and Supporters,
In these challenging economic times, business has slowed, many companies have had to resort to layoffs and/or closures, and everyone has been tightening their belts. Unfortunately, Colorado Software Summit has not been immune to this downturn. As have so many companies and individuals, we too have experienced a severe decline in our business, and as a result we are not able to continue producing this annual conference.
This year would have been our 18th conference, and we had planned to continue through our 20th in 2011, but instead we must end it now. [Read More]
I first attended this conference in October 2005. I enjoyed it so much, I returned again in 2006, 2007 and 2008. As I mentioned last year, this was my favorite conference.
The reason I like it so much is because it's an annual gathering (this will be my 4th year) with friends and it's somewhat like a vacation, except you get to learn a lot.
While I'm sad to see it go, I completely understand Wayne and Peggy's decision. If you ever attended this conference, I encourage you to join the Colorado Software Summit LinkedIn Group. To see all my posts from the talks I attended at this conference, see my softwaresummit-tagged entries.
To Wayne and Peggy: thanks for all the great memories and for putting together such an excellent conference. Cheers to you both!