I just got back from the 2005 WebGUI Users's Conference in Las Vegas. It was a great time. Kathy went to the tracks on business development and content management training, which freed me up for API and Asset/Wobject classes.
My favorite part was the State of WebGUI address, where JT talked about where WebGUI is now, and where it's going. The 6.8 release is going to be huge, and the last step on the way to the mythical 7.0 release, where the APIs will be stablized and we can take full advantage of version control and workflow.
Okay, actually my favorite part was hacking with Matthew Wilson on Wednesday night. It amazes me how much more work can happen when you're finally face to face with other people. Next year I think I'll do more hacking.
I got some good ideas from the audience during my talk on Documenting WebGUI, and learned a lot. I solemnly swear not to rewrite my slides the night and morning before my presentation.
And to talk more slowly.