As I write this, there's a deafeningly massive propeller spinning at an ungodly rate not five feet from my head, literally. I'm sitting in the front row of a prop plane on the hour-long flight back to Montreal from BarCamp Boston 5. Nausea-inducing Bombardier Dash 8 notwithstanding, the trip was totally worth it.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the university whose name is synonymous with legend, the place where the Apollo guidance computer was hand-built, the academic institution that instantly says "this guy is brilliant" of all its alumni, lent its brick and mortar to a couple hundred enthusiastic geeks for two days of hardcore unconferencing--thank you, MIT! BarCamps, as you may well know, require that all attendees also participate by presenting at the conference. I therefore gave a couple presentations on a subject of particular interest to me, YUI 3. On the first day, I spoke on the new YUI 3 Gallery, a community-contributed collection of YUI 3 modules.
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