The conference was in the heart of Boston, which is a great city to walk around. The historical context is so well preserved. They had people dressed in period costume explaining the details of the surrounding landmarks. I walked around Quincy Market, which brought back many memories from my childhood. (I spent a few weeks in Boston once).
The conference was pretty good, although I thought it was really rushed and short. Just one day and each session was only 30 minutes. My talk was on “consistency” and I definitely felt rushed. I had to ignore a bunch of questions at the end. My presentations usually are not that good without me talking to them. I typically have big pictures with little text. For your enjoyment, here is the PowerPoint presentation.
Some of the other presentations went over my head. I enjoyed Douglas Crockford and networking with many of the attendees. The only critique would be to add more time per session , maybe a second day and increase the interactivity of the show in general.