Last Wednesday and Thursday I spoke for the third year at Add-on-Con. This year’s conference was notably different from the rest for a number of reasons, the biggest being a focus on apps. It certainly gave me a lot to think about, and hopefully I’ll have time to blog some of my thoughts on the topic of add-ons vs. apps.
Wednesday night’s Mozilla Social was a blast, so thanks to everyone who attended! And a huge thanks to the many people at Mozilla who were involved in our participation at Add-on-Con this year: Grace, Sara, Mayumi, Dan, Caitlin, William, Mary, Jane, and of course to our speakers Myk, Mark, Jorge, Boriss, Dave, and Jay.
Many people have already asked for my slides from my various talks, so here they are:
- Keynote – Here are my slides with notes from the keynote involving various statistics about Mozilla’s add-ons ecosystem.
- Making Add-ons People Will Love – you can find a very similar version of the slides, as well as a video of my presentation, in this July blog post.
- Firefox 4 & Add-ons – Dave has posted our slides on his blog.
So much has changed since the last Add-on-Con and 2011 is already promising to be a very exciting time for add-ons, so I can only imagine what themes will surface at next year’s conference.