85′000 people over three days and two nights is quite something, and being part of this year Sonar was exciting to the say the least.
During the day we have followed some very interesting conferences (Scott Cohen from the Orchard, Jakob Lusensky from Heartbeats International and Marc Cuevas Layers.com amongst others) and also showed Thounds.com on web and on iPad at our booth.
On Friday afternoon we were due to run our demo session, and we then introduced the public to our public API release (find the documentation here) giving the opportunity to developers to build their own app that interact with our data, putting the basis of customization and personalization of new services too.
Taking the cue from this we showed an advanced prototype of our forthcoming radio which is streaming public thounds according their tags.
And at late evening came Sonar de noche, that was huge crowds, live gigs, DJ sets and performances all around to enjoy some fun after the daylight efforts…
Some very good videos can be found here (cut by Sonar themselves)