So finally back home after a week of Tech-Ed and time to reflect on the week.
Overall it was a great week with very few downsides. The only real downside was the hotel, my own choice, and the fact that La Rambla was pretty much a brothel at night. But not much of a problem and I was pretty busy anyway so it only bothered me a bit on the way back at the end of the day.
On average the sessions I went to where good, some very good, so no complaints there. I would like to see some more in-depth coverage of subjects but then being an MVP probably means I am ahead of the pack and may things are just all that easy. Yea right, had an interesting discussion about deploying a VSTO solution to 150 workstations and that is certainly not easy.
Being on the ATE panel was nice to. Except for the first day we got plenty of questions about a whole range of subjects. Not surprisingly LINQ is a major source of questions, even if it is still a year away. Interestingly wearing the ATE badge even resulted in questions while in the subway, no rest
The food and drink, while plenty full, where not all that good this year. Specially the coffee sucked big time But then the waffles where great
All in all I had a great time and hope to do it again next year!