It always surprises me how long it takes to write the blog articles for my work trips. So for the people who ask how I have time to blog, the answer is that I spend too much personal time out of business hours and too much time during business hours writing the articles.
That brings GPUG Summit 2015 to a close. The end of a great conference, a great trip and great first year for Winthrop Development Consultants.
Sleep!! Yay, I was able to sleep in until I woke up, no alarms, no commitments.
At the GPUG Summit 2015 conference, in the Mekorma Hub, there was a display of the previous recipients of the GPUG All Star award.
Day 3 started again with breakfast in the Meal Hall at the Convention Center, and this time there was hardly anyone there. Looks like the partying at the bowling alley the night before was taking its toll.
Day 2 of the GPUG Summit was here and food hall was a little emptier at breakfast time.
Now that the work portion of Day 1 was finished, it was time to relax a little.
Day 1 of the conference was finally here and I had three sessions to present including one with a brand new co-presenter. While this was officially the first day, it really felt like day three as I had already had two full days.
On Tuesday morning, Beat and I caught the shuttle over to Convention Center and walked back across the sky bridge to the Atlantis.
After arriving Saturday afternoon after my road trip with Craig Klapman, I was able to spend the rest of the day writing up some blog posts on the time I spent in Mexico and then getting some sleep.
Yes, it was time to leave Arcata and head across the mountains to Reno in Nevada. While it would have been possible to make the trip in one day, we decided to take two days for a more relaxing drive and so we could see some of the sights on the way.
This trip has an itinerary with 10 flights and a road trip in it and is going to be great fun, but also very hard work.
Service Based Architecture is primarily comprised of two features: Service Enabled Procedures and the .Net Interop.
Then again, everything I bring with the exception of Vegemite usually goes down very well. 🙂