Another BarampCHS is in the bag. I haven't seen any numbers yet, but attendance seemed lower this year, and there weren't quite as many sessions. The ones that were presented were pretty good though.
Once again, I was wearing my Star Trek bathrobe :)
I pitched my amateur radio session again, and it got put on the schedule in the first time slot. Had a pretty decent turnout of people who didn't have their licenses yet and were actually interested in getting one. I recycled my amateur radio talk from a couple of Barcamps ago and answered a bunch of questions. Tom/AJ4UQ stopped in towards the end and helped out a bit with the questions too. Then throughout the day, I had a few people stopping me to ask about how and where they could get licensed.
Joe did another great job wrangling Barcampers for the group photo just before lunch.
Having my talk in the first session of the morning meant I could spend the rest of the day attending sessions, and I was able to make it to some pretty good ones. Clay McCauley gave a nice talk on basic automotive maintenance. There was a short informative talk on the Shellshock vulnerability, and the last one I went to was a packed room talk on genetic programming by Ted Tanner.
Once again, another good BarcampCHS year where I learned a few new things.