In previous issues we have usually published a recap of what happened at
that year's International Spectrum Conference, sometimes giving a summary of
the various sessions. These days, that information is available on the web
site. So instead of repeating it, this year we focused on the attendess and
asked some of them what they thought.
As we did last year, we decided it would be more interesting to you to hear
what attendees at the conference had to say rather than what we thought of
it. In these three interviews we hear the opinions of both seasoned
MultiValue developers and a newcomer to our database.
Wonder what was happening at the 2016 Spectrum Conference?
A while back, Charles Barouch posed a question on the Pick Users Group on
LinkedIn asking people who were not planning on attending the International
Spectrum Conference, "Why not?" As you would suspect, this topic immediately
caught my eye.
It is the time of year that I start planning for the next Spectrum
conference. If you haven't seen the ad for the 2012 Spectrum, it will be Apr
2nd-5th in West Palm Beach, FL. We are having it at the same venue as the
2011 conference, so if you are a golfer, make sure you bring your clubs.
Welcome to the International Spectrum 2011 Conference!
Well, one more International Spectrum Conference is complete. Now it's time
to look at my next twelve months to decide what I want to do, change, and
plan for the next year.
At the International Spectrum 2012 Conference, Nathan introduced a
roundtable lunch panel with some of the regular Conference speakers. The
attendees were invited to ask these panelists ad hoc questions, but as the
moderator, Nathan didn't get to express any of his views. So we put him on
the spot to hear his
answers to some of the questions asked of the panelists, plus find out
more about the conference
and International Spectrum's plans.
International Spectrum 2015, West Palm Beach Gardens, Florida was another
great MultiValue Conference. If you didn't attend, this is your chance to
find out what you missed during our four days of education, networking and
fun. Read about our sessions, parties, and other networking events. Find out
which were the most popular. And get the scoop on the 2016 conference.
There were a variety of sessions presented at the 2013 International
Spectrum Conference. We thought it might be interesting to take a look at
the "Top 10" attended sessions to see if there was any pattern that might
indicate what topics attendees were most interested in this year. The
results may surprise you. (Or not.)