Wrapping up Add-on-Con 2010
After a whirlwind two days, Add-on-Con 2010 has come to a close. This year, thanks to a broadened theme and the addition of a training day, the conference evolved in both format and focus.
Every year our goal is to set an agenda that pushes the conversation forward. This was especially true this year, given the changes in the way the average consumer uses the web today. To accomplish this we set keynotes that explored macro trends in user behavior, monetization, and product strategy across multiple platforms.
It was clear from keynotes, sessions, and hallway conversations that the changes impacting the web are creating new challenges and new opportunities for our industry.
We’d like to thank the conference’s platinum sponsors – Google, Mozilla, and Opera. Without their involvement and support the event simply would not happen. Additionally, we’d like to thank our speakers who took time from busy schedules to share insights on the new technologies and macro trends that are impacting our industry.
Finally, I’d like to quickly thank Robert from all of us. He has been the heart and soul of the conference since the beginning and a community builder for our industry for years.
See you all in 2011!