The final stop on our Scandinavian tour was possibly the best one of them all – thank you, Oslo! Our special VIP event had the biggest turnout of the tour, with more than 70 web professionals showing up for a fun evening of software, sandwiches and drinks. One of the more interesting conversations was with a developer who is doing a lot of Flash work, but making it completely accessible – rock on!
The actual seminar day began in a bit of a hectic scramble as I had somehow set my alarm to the time we were supposed to meet in the lobby… hmm. A quick shower later, we were off to the venue, which fortunately was only five minutes away by foot. But it was definitely a COLD five minutes.
Amazingly, almost everyone who registered for the event turned up and we had a packed house of almost 300 attendees. (For those that don’t know, seminars usually have a 30-40% no-show rate.) The show went off perfectly, with no technical difficulties – and Stephanie remembered how to work around the Leopard/Dreamweaver bug. Jason was literally on fire, with some great new material.
It’s always sad when we come to the last tour stop. We’ve had a lot of fun, met some great new friends, and… hopefully… sold some software! After all, that’s what we’re here for.