You know those surveys y'all fill out on your way out of Lotusphere?  Every year since the conference's inception, attendees have been asked how they rate the overall conference, in addition to the individual session evaluations.

The results from the Lotusphere 2005 conference evaluations arrived in my e-mail today.  The result -- a staggering 81% of the breakout sessions received an "excellent" rating on quality and relevance of information presented.  This is the highest score ever, going all the way back to 1994.

Other new records:

  • 90% of attendees indicated they were able to attend all the sessions they wanted to -- a record score in this area, too.
  • The Lotusphere labs scored the highest ever -- in all four rating categories (hours, number of labs, staffing/room, and quality/relevance)
  • Birds-of-a-Feather also had the highest number of "excellent" -- 76%

I have information on the top-rated sessions at Lotusphere, too, but I'm going to save that for tomorrow. :)

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