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Utah Open Source Conference
07 September 2007 23:55

Today I was able to attend some of the Utah Open Source Conference. Overall my impression of the conference was very positive. I think the organizers have done an excellent job for their first year. I won't be able to attend all of the conference, but I very much enjoyed the time I was there.

I gave a presentation in the afternoon on the Relational Model (slides from my presentation). It was sparsely attended, but seemed to go well. I was rather nervous going into the presentation, but once I got going things went smoothly, and I felt like I did a pretty good job. Looking at Phil Windley's slides I think I need to add more pictures to my slides.

Presenting was a good experience, and I think I'll try again next year, perhaps presenting on automating data centers with CFEngine, or Puppet.


On 11 March 2008 17:29 Jonathan wrote:
I went to this conference as well. I thought it turned out pretty good.

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