I’m back in San Francisco after 7 days in Portland, and it’s good to be home. Dylan and I blogged some of our observations from the conference over at the brand-spanking-new Dojo blog.
We’ll be using the Dojo blog as a place to keep people informed about what’s going on with the project, including major announcements like incompatible API changes and the like.
OSCON was great. The folks at ORA really know how to run a conference, and Portland is a great city. I got to meet lots of really wonderful people who are doing exciting stuff. It seems to me now that the biggest problem for me is going to be trying to follow up on all the work and connections that came out of the conference.