As Steve noted, San Diego went great this year. Since he didn’t really provide an overview of happenings Geocortex-related, I will.
Our booth was slammed most of time (I love that). I suspect the ad on the back outside cover of the agenda was a contributing factor because our booth location wasn’t that good this year. There was lots of interest in Geocortex Essentials and Geocortex Optimizer.
The 3rd Annual Geocortex Picnic went well, with about two-hundred and fifty people joining us for a picnic lunch on Wednesday afternoon. Nobody ended up playing volleyball this year, but we have lots of photos of people sprawled out on the grass. It has been theorized that rousing physical activity lost out to digesting the bbq chicken and tri tip that our caterer (Gibs Ribs) cooked up.
Our Wednesday evening Geocortex Solutions for ArcGIS Server: Current Status and the Road Ahead presentation seemed like it went pretty well. I think Steve's planning to provide his presentation for posting to the Geocortex Support Center.