Fronteers 2009 — phew

Well, Fronteers 2009 was an astounding success if the Twitterfeed is to be believed. That’s good because it cost us an astounding time to arrange it all.

I did a session on the mobile web. I haven’t uploaded the slides yet because I’m going to give this presentation again at Full Frontal on 20 November. When that one’s done I’ll release the slides.

Some impressions:

Thanks, speakers, attendees, and volunteers. It was a lovely conference.

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1 Posted by Kilian Valkhof on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

Thank you for organizing the amazing conference that was Fronteers 2009! :D

2 Posted by Krijn Hoetmer on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

What Kilian said! You're the man!

3 Posted by Eric Eggert on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

Thank you very much from Vienna, the event really rocked!

4 Posted by Jules on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

Thanks for another great and inspiring event!!!

5 Posted by Hidde de Vries on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

What Kilian and Krijn said. Thanks a lot for everything!

6 Posted by Sandra Kallmeyer on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

Thanks for two inspiring conference days! Uploaded some pics, enjoy! :) http://www.flickr.com/photos/screenorigami/sets/72157622641995927/

7 Posted by Steve on 9 November 2009 | Permalink

Thanks very much to PPK and everyone else who made fronteers 2009 a reality. I had a really enjoyable time and learnt some useful information.

Now I just have to figure out how I can move to Amsterdam. I love it!

8 Posted by Steve Souders on 10 November 2009 | Permalink

Awesome conference, PPK. Thank you. I love the smaller crowd and intimate venue. The attendees were very knowledgeable, which makes the hallway conversations more interesting and informative. And I love Amsterdam.

9 Posted by Marco Egli on 10 November 2009 | Permalink

Indeed a great conference! I enjoyed the multidisciplinarity of the speakers.