And the last presentation of the day, ATLAS!
The best part of this was getting to meet Rick Strahl. I'm reasonably familiar with the material and it got the normal gasps and as usual, it got bogged down by questions from the audience. The room was packed and about five or ten people had to stand in the back. When the meeting started getting bogged down with questions, I fired up a new print cycle of my ATLAS Rough Cuts on Safari Books Online. It might be done printing by now, maybe I should got back to the site and check.
Rick only made it through about half of his content. He's a great presenter and has some cool ideas. My friend, Kelly, has been reading his blog and now I'm on board. The website has an interesting e-commerce package for sale. I'm going to check that out in a few weeks. He was using Fiddler to watch traffic for his AJAX code. I got a few ideas on things to look at in Fiddler just by watching him use the tool.
This was a great code camp. Too bad the sprinklers came on and doused the audio equipment. Its was pretty damn hot and my folf skills are definitely better in my head than in the field. Maybe its just that crazy disc. I think I could throw better with a normal disc until I earn my green belt and need a driver and a putter in my line up.
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