The Rich Web Experience conference has come to an end. It ended with a bang as Jared Richardson presented an inspiring keynote encouraging the audience to write, speak, and teach in the tech community. As usual most of what he has to say is incredibly helpful, so here I go.
The conference was great. It had slightly lower energy than No Fluff Just Stuff in Princeton. I attribute this to the fact that we were mostly discussing very overlapping topics for 8-14 hours a day for three days which may slow down the brain a little. However, the material was excellent.
Most of the speakers used slide decks that were better than the ones distributed from the logged in state of the Rich Web Experience web site. I asked Jay Zimmerman when the updated slides would mostly be available, and he guesstimated Monday. I'm looking forward to performing my own pale imitations of a few of the sessions for the benefit of my coworkers at MTS.