I found the third day the most useful. With sessions on things like performance, deployment, and mobile development the topics really helped round out what I knew of Drupal and how to leverage it properly for big clients.
A lot like yesterday I came away with a good mix of feelings about the day's events. Ultimately the sessions definitely took a turn for the better.
As I mentioned in my previous post, this is my first conference or formal training of any type since graduating college. I came here with some very high expectations. The free Lullabot videos are all excellent and Lullabot seems to be a quality "brand" when it comes to Drupal training.
I'm here at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott the night before the Lullabot "Do it with Drupal" conference. This is my first conference and first formal training of any type since graduating from SUNY Albany in 2008. It's late, but it seems to be a friendly vibe among hotel guests.