I'm off on Sunday to four days and four nights in Santa Clara, for the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference, an interesting grab-bag of technology and system admin detail for programmers, network workers, advanced users, and anyone with a yen for knowing how to put lots of kinds of things together in interesting ways. I deliver a 3 1/2 hour tutorial first thing Monday morning, and then am at liberty to attend a couple dozen sessions the rest of the week, which I'm very much looking forward to. If you're there, please say hi!
A number of favorite people will be there, including Adam Engst, Dori Smith, Rich Siegel, J.D. Lasica, Randal Schwartz...I'd better stop or I'll offend someone by not including them. Too many cool people to mention, plus a number I've been looking forward to meeting for months or years. As a technology guy who runs in some different circles, it's fascinating to see how many people from different milieus are collected as speakers; it'll be even more interesting to see who comes.