No image from today I am afraid because I’m packed and waiting for the shuttle to begin my journey back home. Yes, the conference has drawn to a close after two and a half days of fabulous content and socialising with some of the best people in the business.
I’d like to say that today was a slow start and easy going, but I’d be lieing. The sharing of knowledge during the sessions remained high during the two technical sessions today. I sat in on Bryan’s talk about the secrets of the Universal Driver during which he turned on the artist in himself and the session was both enlightening and full of drama, it was just a good job that Dee was on hand and those of you who were there will know what that means.
The UD5 looks to be taking a large step forward and it will certainly offer another good reason for users to seriously consider a move to OI 10 sooner, rather than later.
The second of the two sessions that I sat in on was Bob’s presentation on the use of HTML in OpenInsight controls. Again, another presentation full of useful information, code and examples. Much of the technical side went over my head, but it was good to see how HTML can be used to create rich and dynamic OI forms, especially where formatted text is needed.
This then left Mike and his closing address. Mike thanked everyone loft attending and thanks were also extended to his team. I can’t say how things were going behind the scenes, but if there were any hurdles to overcome, they were not noticed on my side of the conference. As usual,Nancy and the guys ran the show to perfection and the speakers presented their content with clarity and a level of professionalism that has become a staple of the Revelation Conferences.
I had been taking photographs throughout the conference and I took the liberty of putting together a photo slide show. At nine minutes, it was longer than I had anticipated and three times what Bob and I had spoken about. However, it flowed and generated som laughs and (I hope) it summed up a wonderful conference.
Anyway, it’s all over now till next time and I’ll be heading to the airport shortly. Thank you to everyone that joined us in Houston, safe journey home and I look forward to catching up with you all in the not too distance future.
As a closing remark, I would urge all OpenInsight developers to seriously consider attending the next Revelation Conference, wherever and whenever that will be. There will no doubt be more OI10 knowledge on offer and this release early is looking like being a game changer for every OpenInight developer and our end user base – there really is a lot for everyone and far too much to be missed by those who are unable to makes he conference. The knowledge on offer means this event really ought to feature in every developer’s training budget, well that I my opinion anyway.