MDC is a Wrap!
Now that all the sessions have been completed, the prize was awarded, and the surveys have been received, we'd like to express our feelings and share some of the excellent feedback we've received regarding the event.
First of all, thanks for making the Minnesota Developers Conference's return to October such a memorable experience! There was a GREAT response to the event - the place was packed and rocking. It was great SEEING long-time attendees as well as NEW faces.
One example of the tremendous support the conference receives is we had just 7 no-shows on what may be the last warm day of the year. Wow.
Some of the positive comments we received were:
- Good experience for my first conference. Worth it.
- Bread was delicious!
- It's nice that Mich decided to fly all the way from Australia to talk to us.
- GREAT FOOD!
- Will be back next year! Will probably submit my own talk!
Some suggestions of areas where we could do better were:
- More drinks please
- Can you please label vegan foods?
- I wish sessions were distributed over two days
- Ballroom was cold
- Breakfast could be better with more warm options
And our FAVORITE comment, which captures a ton of the keynote comments:
- Put me in an existential crisis
Rest assured that we plan to keep our traditions of excellence going strong next year with MDC 2024, while working to make improvements and do things better.
We'll continue to add more links to the conference's presentations every day, and we will send out an email when we think we have most of them. There are a couple up already at our Sessions Page.
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