Just made the drive in from Quakecon in Dallas. I'm working on getting some stories written up so you guys can see more of what went on this weekend. For what it's worth, Quakecon is one very, very cool get-together. We will definitely be going back next year.
In case you missed them, check out our prior posts from the show:
I got to meet lots of interesting people at Quakecon (including Tanj from #techreport) and see lots of old friends, but I have to say I am probably proudest of this.
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