(The amphitheatre at Prezi's house of ideas. Picture taken from Eventifier)
One thing I would wish for the next mloc.js is, that the moderators of the Q&A sessions held after each talk try to avoid that members of the audience highjack the Q&A session to spread their view of the topic and also help the speakers if the questions from the audience are not constructive at all but only there to intimidate the speaker. Maybe something like a code of conduct for the conference would be helpful. (see Django's code of conduct)
As always the conference was very motivating. I will as soon as possible check what I can apply from the various optimization patterns I have learned in the last two days to my current project. Also a plan is forming in my head to reorganize and manage my code in the future to improve code quality make the it even more readable and reusable. And as always there are some libraries and frameworks that were mentioned that I definitely have to check out.
The conference was really well done and I enjoyed my stay in Budapest a lot! Also setting the conference on a Thursday and a Friday is a very good choice. You can stay the weekend after the conference in Budapest and spend some time enjoying the city. There is also enough time to reflect on everything you heard and learned at the conference before going back to your normal work routine.
Mloc.js, it was a pleasure! See you next year. I am looking forward to it!