It was the wee hours post plug&go, a Thai restaurant & a movie with my girlfriend. So I’m going to go up and
plug what i do talk about SEO & standards.
What I thought was a theory was actually commom knowledge to Raoul and Mr Drupal. If you could comment on those reason why blogs rank higher over here it’d be great.
I was going to present in a similar fashion to the plug&go crowd but the glared over looks from some of the marketers when the geeks were getting technical and the same glared effect from the geeks when the marketers were… marketing?
Decided to chat about my predictions in the Cape Town/South African Web industry but thought actions speak louder than words. I’m going to stop thinking and do. What would hit the spot to the marketers and the geeks? I turned to my previous blog posts for some inspiration and found it in the Category that rings true no matter what you do. Have a look see here.
Some of the Good That came out of BarCamp Cape Town day 2:
- There were no plug and go people 🙂
- Got to meet the the GPRS genius
- The ability to use Quirk’s site in my brief technical demo on the missing ingredient as they were and are still missing it.
Some of the bad that came out of BarCamp Cape Town Day 2:
- Did a bit of plugging of our AJAX shopping cart.
- There was 1 error when trying to validate the AJAX shopping cart. (Was not our fault I must add. When you aren’t in control of the content you never know where the user copy/paste from.)
- The lack of the Quirk massive on day 2. Coffee solves all 🙂
Shot to Mark Forrester for designing the BarCamp Cape Town T ‘s. The Plone Guru is Jean Jordaan.
A Web AddiCT(s); prediction post BarCamp Cape Town:
There will be more BarCamp Cape Town’s to follow. I’m so sure of it I’m creatin a new category for it right now. Can I get a hell yeah! You know what to do if you agree. If you do not: Comment or Trackback!