Woohoo! I’ve been accepted to speak at WebDU 2006 (formerly MXDU), the Asia-Pacific’s leading web technology conference! I’ll be speaking on the topic Reaching the Peak –
developing on the ACME platform. The talk will offer guidance on best-practice development using the ACME (Apache, ColdFusion, MySQL and Eclipse/CFEclipse) platform.
The conference isn’t until the start of March, but I have a lot of work to do if I’m to produce the sort of talk I’d want to see as an attendee (since I’ve been to MXDU the past three years, I have some idea of what I consider to be the great talks – I can only dream to live up to Tim Buntel’s tiki lounge effort of 2005).
Alli and I are also going to take the opportunity for her to have a week off, spend her birthday in Sydney (it’s on the first day of the conference) and spend some time relaxing. Should be a world of fun.
Now, back to the serious stuff – if you’re an ACME user, and have read The ACME Guide, what would you like to see in my talk? I’d really appreciate your feedback on this one as I want to give the best presentation I can.