I was late with family issues, and so I missed the social time when I was expecting to do a little networking and meet some new people. Instead I arrived during the short presentation from Glenn Barry, who's a local MVP and I've seen speak a few times. Attendance was good, about 35-40 people packed into the Microsoft office. There were Sharepoint and Foxpro user groups going on in other rooms next door, so it was a busy night at Microsoft.
I ran into a friend from the past, and ended up talking with him in the hallway for awhile. A few people wandered out during the end of Glenn's presentation. I got to talk to a few of them, as well as a couple other local user group leaders. Paul Nielsen, of the SQL Server Bible, gave the second presentation, but I was again talking out in the hall.
Afterwards the swag I brought disappeared quickly, I shook a few hands and spent a few minutes talking with the speakers before heading home. A good night, a great turnout, and I'm sorry I didn't get there earlier. I'll shoot for an Aug or Sept meeting in Denver again.