This year DefCon was once again set in the light of the LosT mystery challenge. That is what I spent my time on, it is what was the most fun to participate in, then again, I am not that great at lock picking or guitar hero so those two contests were out in the first place.
That being said, I really enjoyed DefCon this year, it was not as crazy as last year, and at the same time it was a lot more fun since I knew a lot more people. I was able to converse with some of the smartest people in the world on their own subject matter and research, which provided much enjoyment. There is nothing like asking the people whose research you have been reading questions regarding the subject of their research. You get better answers, and when you get an answer that goes over your head you can ask them to please explain in different terms.
This year was a success, next year I hope that I can make even better business contacts, and find myself a job either in the security industry or in the software programming industry. DefCon and or Black Hat are great events to go to meet people and learn from the professionals.
If I saw you this year at Black Hat, and or DefCon, hopefully I will see you again next year, for those of you who I missed, well, next year is another chance.