xChange took the night off last evening. The xTravaganza at Studio 54 was a rollicking party, with a crowded dance floor, fun food, Andy Warhol, John Travolta, the Village People and happy xChangers. Want to see pictures? Check out my Tweets.
End-to-end breakouts make up today’s final day schedule, some three dozen sessions in all. Most attendees will then head home, while many will stay for the intensive training sessions occurring here the rest of the week.
Unfortunately I have to jet off to Boston today for the Forrester Application Development &
xChange 2011 has now passed the halfway point, far enough along to be declared a success. Serena’s Global User Conference is notable for the good feelings it engendered and for the great ideas exchanged between users and Serena staff.
The good feelings were evident last evening in the Solutions Showcase. With the ever delightful Bella Electric rocking out in the middle of the joint, a dozen demo stations were humming around the perimeter. I guess this proves that IT types get inspired by both great software and great music.
The great ideas came fast and furious. For instance, a Six Sigma Black Belt informed