On Wednesday, I once again journey south, to Poznan in Central Europe, to participate in the PolyConf programming conference.
As every year, it is about getting new perspective on things, from happy and grumpy people in the field. The field of computering.
I’m lucky to see some familiar faces in the list of people going there, and I’m travelling with qerub, a good friend. (Now, by visiting his website, I saw this wonderfully Acme-hacking project: an S-expression interface to his iTunes library. It’s a year old. I feel like a bad friend for not having seen it before. And, his casing utility camel-snake-kebab has a nicely communicative README.)
People I met were curious about things, curious about history, curious about sub-fields near their own special field of interest.
To be able to catch the ideas and whims of this three-day madness festival, I will bring a Leuchtturm note-taking book. I’m pretty excited about using it. You may see photos of it on here. Update: inspiration from Bocoups blog, which is covering CSSConf using art.
You’ll hear more from me.