It's been a year and a half since my last post and over two years since my last truly technical post. I promised myself I'd get back to writing this year, but life and work kept getting in the way. Fortunately, I've been able to get a number of things back on track over the last few months. This blog is one of them.
Since I'm so late in covering the rest of my MAX trip, I'll just hit the highlights and link to extended coverage elsewhere.
The first day of MAX was so very interesting. Even though there were more attendees than last year, the layout of the Moscone West convention center made for a much better experience. The Unconference sessions that ran alongside the official sessions weren't just the icing on the cake. Sometimes they were the cake (not a lie).
Before MAX even got underway, I spent an afternoon at Adobe HQ with a bunch of other ColdFusion die hards. Apparently, the plethora of ColdFusion sessions available at MAX weren't enough for some of us. Afterwards, beer!
First, let me apologize for the recent lack of posts. I've been working on a number of projects at work and I just haven't been able to find the time for blogging. I just uploaded some tweaks to the site's layout. Please let me know if anything's out of whack.