Saturday marked the fourth BarCamp Charleston (these days known as BarCampCHS). I spoke for the first time since the original BarCamp; my talk covered the dual-polarization upgrade being rolled out to the national weather radar network.
Since the meat of the presentation was an analysis of the hail-producing thunderstorms that hit Summerville a week ago, I’ll need to write up a recap (with screenshots) and post it here. This will have to happen this weekend as BoomTown Unite winds down and I have some time to decompress after a conference-overload weekend.
Thanks again to everyone who attended my session! I am already looking forward to BarCampCHS 5.