So what happened? Any summary for those of us who could not attend?
It's been a few days now, so you should all have recovered from the Pied Piper events
The event was very exciting with more than 200 non-OSIsoft attendees, 90% increase over last year! The hands-on format was definitely a step in the right direction. Also, congratulations to the All Stars:
- Lonnie Bowling
- Asle Frantzen
- Rhys Kirk
There was also the PI System 2012 Technology Adoption Challenge announced. So, if you do something cool with PI Event Frames, PI Server 2012, PI Notifications, or asset based technologies and PI you can send a paper to us before the UC 2012 deadline. The winner will be mentioned in the UC 2012 keynotes as well as being part of the break out sessions along with some other vCampus privileges.
The Developers Lounge was also a success which provided a relaxed and dynamic environment for all folks to hang out. The round tables and Vox Pop sessions were popular as always which gave everyone a chance to speak out.
Overall, it was a very exciting and energizing event. Hope to keep the increasing trend in the attendance next year the week of November 26, 2012 in San Francisco for vCampus Live! 2012!
Recovered from Pied Piper, yes, but not caught up on emails and posts ;)
So, what happened? First off, the attendance was twice as high as last year! Now we hope to double again next year!
Then as you could see in the communications around the event, this year's vCampus Live! was focusing on Hands-On Labs rather than regular presentations/slideware (3 out of 4 tracks were Hands-On Labs). Of course there were a couple keynote sessions delivered by OSIsoft, and the main headlines are:
- PI Server 2010 R3 launch coming up
- More details on PI Server 2012
- vCampus All-Stars 2011
- Partner Solution Showcase coming up
- vCampus Live! 2012 to be held in San Francisco during the week of Nov. 26th, 2012
That's a summarized summary... anything else you wanted to know (aside from how many Anchor Steams went down that week)?