Stir Trek: Thor Edition, May 6, 2011

Today was the eagerly awaited Stir Trek event. I met some former co-workers at the Starbucks before the conference began, and then made my way over to the Marcus Crosswoods for the start of the conference.

The sessions were heavily .NET related, as you would expect from a conference put on by .NET folks. The sessions I attended were What’s new in ASP.NET MVC 3, NuGet, and MvcScaffolding by Jon Galloway, Github: Social Coding meets Enterprise Version Control by Joe O’Brien, A Crash Course in Windows Phone 7 Programming by Jesse Liberty, Multiplatform Physics games with Corona by Josh Smith, and Mobile Smackdown featuring Twitter apps courtesy of Jeff Fansler, Chris Judd, Justin Munger.

Following the sessions was a screening of the movie Thor. As one of my former co-workers tweeted after the movie, “What thor lacks in quality it makes up in volume”.

And by the way, thanks to all of you who downloaded my Stir Trek iPhone app (link redacted, app has been removed from the App Store). It was a quick and fun project to do.

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