There were so many good things going, and I learned something interesting in nearly every session. Here is a list of my take-aways from the event:
- SharePoint is much more powerful (and much more complex) than I gave it credit for. I went to two sessions on SharePoint, and I am very impressed with its capabilities. However, I am also quite certain that I am far away from ever tapping its full potential.
- I picked up the word "trivial" as a descriptor for solutions that do not require much effort to implement -- and the very important "non-trivial" descriptor for solutions that do.
- I saw Microsoft Azure for the first time, the cloud-computing solution for developers that is currently in development itself but will be rolling out in production next year. It is quite exciting, especially with the cloud-computing possibilities for my own company's applications.
I can't wait for the next Code Camp to come along. I'll definitely be there.