Starstruck

I’m back from the Alfresco DevCon in San Diego last week. One of the neatest things about DevCon is that Alfresco brings a very large chunk of their staff to attend the conference, giving us all an opportunity to meet them face-to-face. It was a particular pleasure for me to meet/see and get a chance to chat with (in no particular order):

  • Antonio Soler*
  • Dave Ward
  • Gretchen Miller
  • Jeff Potts
  • Jennie Soria*
  • John Newton
  • Jonathon Geiger
  • Mike Farman
  • Mike Hatfield
  • Paul Holmes-Higgin
  • Peter Monks
  • …and many more who I should be remembering but am not at the moment (check back for an update!)

And all that completely ignores all the great non-Alfresco folks I got to have interesting chats with, including:

  • Amy Currans
  • Bully Soares
  • Harrison Watts
  • Jim Zordani
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Ray Gauss

Lest you think that this is completely a name-dropping post (OK, it’s a bit of one), it really was a genuine pleasure to meet or see you all and learn from you. I look forward to doing it again next year.

Also a big, big thanks to Jeff Potts and all the other folks who made the conference happen! It was incredibly valuable to us.


*-It’s especially cool that Alfresco brought much of their support staff along, giving me a chance to meet the people that are SO essential to my work. In addition to attending the conference, they were holed up in a room continuing to respond to support requests. Yet again, I find myself bowing down to their awesomeness—thank you, all!

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