I have one major issue, and that was the fault of the hotel - not the conference organizers, the wi-fi was terribly slow and unreliable. In the case of a technology conference, this is simply not okay. If you agree to host a "Teaching and Learning with the iPad" conference, then you have to expect that a few hundred people are going to all want to use thier iPads at the same time. And there is an expectation on the part of presenters and attendees that there will be a way to get online and have access to everything we are showcasing and learning about. When I gave my presentation on Friday, there was almost no bandwidth and much of what I wanted to show my attendees had to be skipped. It was a shame, but the enthusiasm and the supportive energy I got from everyone made the presentation a success regardless, so I can't really complain.
In addition to presenting two sessions, I attended presentations in all available slots. I learned about engaging active learners, gamification, flipped instruction, and blended learning. I even got a digital badge for my participation in the gamification session.