Month: August 2009

Burton Catalyst 2009: There are Lessons to Learn

After a good start to the conference, I went into day 2 thinking that there was going to be more opportunity for me to blog while in the session room because the content would be fairly familiar. But there were lots of good nuggets of information spread throughout the talks, enough to generate a generous

Burton Catalyst 2009: Waiting for the World to Change

In my last post, I talked about the SIG meetings that I attended prior to the conference actually starting. There was lots of good content and discussion, which continued on into the actual sessions. I had thought of splitting my time between the Identity and Cloud Computing (new to Catalyst this year) tracks. But the

Burton Catalyst 2009: The Twisted Web We Weave

I’m finally settling back into work after a wonderful week out in sunny San Diego at Burton Group‘s annual Catalyst Conference. And it wasn’t just the weather outside that was wonderful. Inside you could find some thought-provoking sessions, inspiring discussions and great people. It’s given me way too much to blog about, and I hope