A little personal background, I have only been a developer for about six years. I learned some C in college, but my work experience started with VB6 and then VB.net and ASP.net. I have played with Ruby, Python and Java, but I have never had a business reason to use these technologies. Working for smaller companies, I have rarely worked on any "enterprise" applications. I currently work for a public library as a development team of one. But, after attending a MSDN event, Josh Holmes talked about CodeMash and I was approved to go (at the library's expense ).
First, the conference was held at the Kalahari Resort, which is huge! It has over 1000 rooms and it was a serious walk just to get to our room. I arrived on the Wednesday night to see the Pre-conference panel about "Talking Technology to Humans."
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