Towards a SANE SMF
By Liane Praza on May 16, 2006
Thanks to a very kind invitation from the conference organizers, I'm at SANE 2006 and finished up a half-day SMF tutorial earlier today. The room was pretty full, and there were plenty of good questions to keep me on my toes. I promised to post the slides on my blog, so here they are. The conference provided Certificates of Completion for anyone who stayed in my session until the end, so I'd also like to present an honorary and virtual Certificate of Completion for David Bustos and Bob Netherton, from whom I borrowed some of the slide material. :)
As this is my first time in the Netherlands, it seems necessary to include a tourist snapshot. There's a lovely old church (indeed, Oude Kerk) visible out my window; no reference to Vermeer was originally intended, but given that he's interred at Delft's Oude Kerk perhaps it was inevitable (though inappropriate for such a poorly lit photograph). The charming half-hourly bells would be more so if they weren't conspiring with my current state of jet lag to limit sleep to nap-length increments.