Last day of the show, It felt better attended than Friday last year. Man, do they ever tear down quickly. The last session in some of the rooms was 5:00 PM and by 6:00 the drapes and stages were down.
The WebObjects feedback session was the last session I attended this afternoon, and although not a love-in (not even close), it was much better than I expected. Everyone was very civil and Apple was quite forthwrite and frank about the future of WebO. The news was not all good (or all bad for that matter) but it was good to know. They took suggestions for improvements to the tools and frameworks, and we’ll have to see how much effect that has.
I enjoyed the show, but it will be good to get home, sleep in my own bed, and see Al and the girls again. I’ll have to see what happens over the next year but depending on the release date of Tiger it might not be worth the expense and time to attend WWDC 2005. Time will tell