BSides Boulder 2024 Feedback Survey
Thank you for participating in our annual BSides event this year. In an effort to help us plan next year's event and to provide feedback to presenters, we've created a short survey to capture your reflections of the event itself. We plan to incorporate the feedback into our planning for next year's BSides Boulder 2025 event. Completing this survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes.

We have broken the survey out into three sections to capture overall sentiment with:

1) logistics/planning;

2) talks and workshops; 

3) potential modifications for next year

We kindly ask that when providing feedback for speaker talks or workshops we'd like to hear what works and what didn't. That said, if you provide critiques, please attempt to make them constructive.  
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What was your favorite thing about #BSidesBoulder24?
How would you rate your...
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Overall #BSidesBoulder24 Experience
Clarity of instructions on the website and reminder email
The CU Boulder Wolf Building space
The A/V quality in the event rooms
The temperature in the event rooms
Attendance. Which parts of the event did you participate in? *
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How much did you enjoy each of the following talks, workshops, and happy hour?
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"Red Blue Purple AI"
"Who Goes There? Actively Detecting Intruders With Cyber Deception Tools"
"Covert Operations: A Dive into China Nexus Espionage"
"Whodunnit - Git Repository Mysteries"
"Encapsulate and Exfiltrate: Exploiting RCE via DNS"
"Leveling Up Ghidra: Learn Ghidra Plugins with a Game Boy Game"
"Home Labbing for Fun and Profit"
"Making Security Smarter through Decentralization"
Cyber Chef Workshop
Corelight/Zeek Workshop
Happy hour
Keynote. Please provide any comments on Jason Haddix's Keynote, "Red Blue Purple AI" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Dwayne McDaniel's talk "Who Goes There? Actively Detecting Intruders With Cyber Deception Tools".
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Austin Larsen and Matt Lin's talk "Covert Operations: A Dive into China Nexus Espionage" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Natalie Somersall's talk "Whodunnit - Git Repository Mysteries" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Heidi Metzler's talk "Encapsulate and Exfiltrate: Exploiting RCE via DNS" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Jacob Latonis' talk "Leveling Up Ghidra: Learn Ghidra Plugins with a Game Boy Game" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Trevor Steen's talk "Home Labbing for Fun and Profit" here. 
Speaker Talks. Please provide any comments on Nathaniel Quist's talk "Making Security Smarter through Decentralization" here. 
Workshops. Please provide any comments on Del Armstrong's Cyber Chef Workshop here. 
Workshops. Please provide any comments on Shad Gunderson's Corelight/Zeek Workshop and CTF here. 
Happy Hour. Please provide any comments on Ten Eleven's sponsored happy hour at Sanitas here. 
What feedback do you have about the conference schedule or agenda? 
Were there any sessions that you especially enjoyed? If so, why?
Were there any sessions that you didn’t enjoy? If so, why?
How was the food and drink selection provided? Any feedback?
Are there any topics you would like to see more of at BSides Boulder 2025 *
Would you be interested in volunteering or joining the planning committee for BSides Boulder 2025? *
If yes, please provide your email address
Do you have any additional feedback? If so, please share it here!
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