Mash my Flex up at d.construct 2006

I had a great time presenting at this year's d.construct conference in Brighton. This year's theme was APIs and web applications and my session was titled Mash my Flex up.

I've exported my slides in a number of formats from Keynote (Oh Keynote, how I love thee, let me count the ways...) and release them here under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 license for you to download or view online. (I would have released it under Creative Commons Attribution -- which is a much more liberal license -- but I used two photographs that are under the more restrictive Creative Commons license so I'm forced to release it under those terms.)

I saw that a number of people have posted about the event. Here are a couple of links:

Andy, Jeremy and Richard from ClearLeft have pulled off yet another great conference and I'm honored to have been part of it. Although there were more people at the event this year, it still had the intimate feel of the initial one last year and had a wonderful time meeting and hanging out with some great people. I did miss the morning sessions but got to catch the ones in the afternoon, including most of Derek Featherstone's talk on Accessible Web Applications in a Post Web 1.0 World, Thomas Vander Wal's talk on Understanding Folksonomy (Tagging that Works), and Jeffrey Veen's hugely enjoyable performance in Designing the Complete User Experience.