Well, ABA Techshow 2015 is a wrap. And it was a conference to be remembered! Here’s a photographic tour of the show, MyCase-style.
For the MyCase team, the booth set up began on Wednesday. As MyCase has grown, so too has our Techshow booth and this year’s was the largest ever. It took us a while to set it up, but as you can see from the photo below, it was well worth the effort.
Just as our booth size grew, so did our Techshow contingent. We had more team members at the conference than ever before. Here’s a shot of most of us:
Meanwhile, AppFolio EVP Jason Randall and I were upstairs being interviewed for this Resilient Lawyer podcast:
Shortly thereafter, Randy Juip, Techshow planning board board member and speaker showed up at the MyCase booth with the official Techshow selfie stick:
Later that day we kicked off the afternoon by tapping a keg at the MyCase booth. It was free beer for everyone and drew quite a crowd!
And, as was the case last year, throughout the conference, our trusty visual notetaker, Stephanie Crowley, was in attendance. Stephanie was incredibly busy, covering session after session, bringing them to life in visual notes. Here she is, hard at work:
And here is one of the end results, with the visual notes flanked by Techshow speakers Carole Levitt and Craig Bayer:
We’re happy to report that our booth was crowded on both days, with lots of old friends stopping by to catch up and with many others stopping by to learn more about MyCase:
Just to add to the excitement, later that day we offered free professional headshots for all!
Everyone loved it and people were lined up the entire time. Folks were very appreciative, too:
Later that evening was our annual “Law and Disorder” party at Buddy Guy’s Legends.
There was an open bar, good food, and great live blues, so not surprisingly, the place was packed:
And by all accounts, fun was had by all:
And just to add to the fun, two multi-talented partygoers took over the drumset and had jam sessions with the band.
Here’s Mark Betters showcasing his mad drumming skills:
And here’s Tom Callahan jamming with the band:
And then, before we knew it, ABA Techshow was over. We packed up, said goodbye to friends new and old, and headed home. But never fear–we’ll be back next year! Hope to see you there!