Last week, I attended the Colorado Software Summit in Keystone and had a great time. Not only was the weather beautiful and the food delicious, the sessions I attended were awesome. If you ever get a chance to go to this conference, I highly recommend it. It's like being on vacation and learning with a bunch of old friends.
Below is a list of my entries for all the sessions I attended.
- Building LinkedIn's Next Generation Architecture with OSGi by Yan Pujante
- Comprehensive Project Intelligence with Jason van Zyl
- What's Coming in Spring 3.0
- Applying Flash to Java: Flex and OpenLaszlo with Dustin Marx
- Building Rich Applications with Appcelerator
- Taking Apache Camel for a Ride with Bruce Snyder
- Core Animation with Bill Dudney
- RESTful Web Applications with Subbu Allamaraju
For next year, I think the conference should shorten its sessions (from 90 to 60 minutes), invite more speakers and cut the price in half (to $999 per person). How do you think the Software Summit could be improved?