Now I'm safely back to Japan, rainy and still cold.
On the 2nd and final day of the conference, I started the day by giving Random Hacks talk. I talked some fun stuff using Weblogging APIs (XML-RPC, AtomAPI) and Web 2.0 APIs (e.g. Flickr and Yahoo!) as well as iTunes hacking, originally planned as a lightning talk on Day 1.
And the talk was I think, a great success thanks to the Wi-Fi connection and a great English-to-Chinese live interpreter (Thanks lukhnos!). The picture was taken by Jesse originally.
After my talk, we had SpamAssassin tutorial and Acme's very impressive (and entertaining) Web Services talk, along with Jesse's RT future talk. As a finalle, we had a scary Autrijus's Pugs talk, which was done in Chinese and I could parse only 20% of kanjis there. Their work has been to create a Perl6 working compiler using Haskell GHC in 50 days. So amazing!
The conference was a great fun to me thanks to a great organizer hcchien. All the slides are now available at YAPC::Taipei website.
After the conference we had a party at a Thai-ish Chinese food restaurant near the university campus. We had a silly talk about what we would do next month. Keep your eyes open!
P.S. Now my talk is covered at Web 2.0 weblog! So nice to see this happen.