Last week-end, I was part of the Web.Net conference in Milano. It was the first Edition of the event and I really feel it was a success!
Big thanks to Simone Chiaretta(@simonech) and Ugo Lattanzi(@imperugo) for starting all this, for the big organisation work and to be such kind people
I really hope to help them next time and hope that we can manage to create the event in Paris next year.
For this edition, I did a presentation about “Simplicity”, why it matters and how to achieve it with tiny frameworks and tools.
You can find the slides just below.
I’ll publish the sources for all my samples as soon as I’ll organise them better and clean a little bit. You’ll find them here:
After the conference, this means sunday, I finally took some time to enjoy the city. There is a lot of things to see in Milano, but you can find most of them in the old city center. In that way, I went for a walk from the hotel to these hotests point for about 4 hours.
You can find below some pics, really nice time
Another thing that was nice in the trip was the transportation. Nowadays, we use to take plane as a default solution, but sometimes train should be a really nice alternative! It was direct, starting from Paris, nearest station from house, then a very nice and comfortable trip of 7 hours while you can work, have lunch, then you arrive in the near center of Milano. That was really a good choice for me, and also a real joy of crossing the Alps by train.
Again, it was very nice to see all this people, a special mention for nice discussions with Chris Massey (@camassey), Robert Mühsig (@robert0muehsig), Kris (@Kvdm) and so much more!
Hope to see Milan again next year and hope to see you all for the 2013 Paris Edition