Back from OOW
Long week, voice is a bit gravelly sounding and I'm tired. But, I'm not complaining - it was a good week all in all. Very good. Got together with long time friends and new ones as well.
I met so many people this year that I've "talked" to but never "talked" to if you know what I mean. Putting the faces to the names was great. I had my last "meet and greet" session yesterday and was expecting a really small group (the conference was almost over). Instead about 35 or so people turned up, even though the "meet and greet" events were not advertised well (and the OTN lounge was "out of the way", not in the main stream). We had a really good hour long session (started early, finished late).
The attendance at the conference was large to say the least. I think I'd like something smaller and more personal, put too many people together and simple things like taking bio-breaks becomes a huge event.
Tired, but back home. Started the trek at 4:30am this morning (been home about 4 hours) pacific time - in hopes of sleeping on time tonight.
I am realizing however that at the rate I'm reading Atlas Shrugged - it'll take a couple of more flights before I'm done. The font in this book is about as small as they get and the page count is just over 1,000. I'm liking it so far.
Normal programming to resume this weekend...
(Mark Rittman has a good closing write up...)