A couple weeks ago, I went to CodeCon, a conference that draws hackers, programmers turned entrepreneurs, open source graybeards, and people who just like to code. If you hack on software, it’s an incredible conference. It’s small, but almost everyone is there because they love writing code, and everyone there is ridiculously smart. It also draws some high-powered people from the open source community. Chances are you’ll meet at least a few people who wrote programs you use every day.
I’ve posted notes on the projects for this year. Notes and pictures from last year are also available.
(Thanks to David Reid for the pictures.)